Betty White will host the “Hooray for HollyWOOF” fundraiser benefiting Dogs for the Deaf and Generation Rescue, two non-profit organizations whose purpose is to serve people with disabilities, through innovative programming.

Dogs For The Deaf 35th Anniversary Party
Dogs For The Deaf 35th Anniversary Party

The star-studded event will be held on Saturday, August 4th.

In addition to a gala luncheon, the chance to mingle with Betty White, Lea Thompson, Constance Marie, Stephanie Carpentieri, Elaine Hendrix, Jason Gann and Andrea Arden – just to name a few of the celebrities attending, guests can bid for exciting auction items and experiences including a private lunch with Betty White or Marlee Matlin, a luxury Inspirato vacation, and an original signed script from the hit television show, Franklin & Bash.

“I’m sure you know how much I LOVE dogs, so you can imagine how excited I was to be asked to be the Celebrity Hostess for the 35th Anniversary celebration for Dogs for the Deaf,” said Betty. “This is truly a win/win organization. They rescue dogs from shelters and train them to help people with a variety of disabilities—the dogs are saved and then they go on to enhance and even save the lives of the people they are helping. Join me on August 4 to help this special organization celebrate 35 years of saving dogs and helping people with disabilities. I am looking forward to meeting you.”

Unique sponsorship opportunities are currently available. VIP Admission is $1,000 for two people and includes VIP seating near Betty White and special guests, an exclusive pre-event photo op with Betty, and more. General Admission is $125 or use code HOLLYWOOF8412PR for an online special price of $50 per guest. Learn more and register online at DogsForTheDeaf.org.

Source: PR Newswire

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