Young Friends of the PSPCA Fall Shopping event at Juicy Couture with Jen Utley & Leeza Garber

The PSPCA, Young Friends of the PSPCA and Juicy Couture partnered
to host an evening of shopping to raise funds for the organization.

PSPCA board member Jennifer Utley was on hand to talk animals, shop,
and enjoy refreshments and music with guests! (Jen told me she just got back from London Fashion Week, and unfortunately had to miss the honor bestowed on Chase Utley last week at CBP recognizing his community contributions.)

Christina Gibson, Francine Puro, both of Juicy Couture, Jen Utley, Board
Member of PSPCA and Elise Garber, chair of the Young Friends at the
The evening was catered by Center City’s Pure Fare 119 S 21st St  Philadelphia, PA 19103
The Pennsylvania SPCA is gearing up for a celebration — the Bark & Whine on Thursday, November 7, 2013 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm at Fairmount
Park’s spectacular Horticulture Center. Our signature fundraising event,
the Bark & Whine, raises funds to support critical lifesaving
programs including: Humane Law Enforcement, adoptions, low-cost
veterinary care, spay/neuter, vaccinations, animal behavior
rehabilitation and more.
Katie Spilman, Francine Puro, Lynne Miller, and Liesl DeVito all from Juicy Couture
Christopher Werley and Wendy Wilhelm
Anna Rogalla, Christina Pnsara, Luthfi Ya all of Pure Fare
Nicole Marquis, Hip City Veg tells me that the West Philly location will be opening in about 2 weeks
Calvin Woodruff, Cato Wheeler and Sarah Woodruff
Eric O’Neil and Haley Thompson (I like how their outfits compliment each other.)
Conor and Leopold serving Juicygria
Mike, Falynn, Marlee and Brian at the PSPCA, Young Friends of the PSPCA
and Juicy Couture hosted a night of Fall Shopping with Jen Utley on
September 20, 2013.
Louis and Kirra Guard  ( I wonder if they ever made it to Hopsing Laundry?)

Looking stylish Catiana Ferguson
As her friend Jasmine Reed checks out the bling on the Juicy table

From September 1 through October 31, Republic Bank is dedicating their
Magic Money coin-counting machines to the Pennsylvania SPCA to raise
money for animals in need.  Anyone (you do not have to be a bank patron)
can stop by one of the 11 participating bank branches with a bucket or
handful of change to drop into the machine to be counted. Participants
can then have the option to deposit all or a portion of their funds into
a special Pennsylvania SPCA account. All of the funds raised will
support the lifesaving programs and services of the Pennsylvania SPCA
including humane law enforcement, animal adoption and lifesaving
services, low-cost veterinary clinics and its shelter hospital.

Yakima Bilalwas ringing up sales all night at Juicy Couture, where a portion of the sales went to the Pennsylvania SPCA

 Nicole Marquis, Guest, Leeza Garber at the PSPCA Leeza tells me that the Young Friends will be hosting more of these fun events, to raise awareness and funds for the pets we all adore.Thanks to Jennifer Green and Sara Loquasto who are also on the Board of the
Young Friends of the PSPCA, for their help in planning this project.