Imagine: A Black and White Affair

Almost There Foster Care holds 3rd annual gala

Almost There Foster Care celebrated its third annual Imagine: A Black and White Affair at the Wrigley Mansion. The Nov. 2 gala drew almost 400 people dressed in their best black-and-white cocktail attire, raising $103,000 for the organization’s Community Canine Project. The funds will directly help homeless dogs of Arizona.

Geri Hormel, Annie Barlow and Kim French co-chaired the evening, which included hors d’oeuvres; beer, wine and champagne; black-and-white portraits; live music and adorable puppies, plus a raffle, silent auction, wine pull and mystery gift station.

The nonprofit ATFC is dedicated to providing loving care and a comfortable space to homeless large-breed pregnant dogs and their pups who need time and space to grow and become socialized as they search to find their forever homes.

PHOTOS COURTESY ALMOST THERE FOSTER CARE

Caitlin Pigott, Gillian Hormel and Jack Borenstein at the Mystery Gift station

Bambi Vincent, Marcia Vincent and Karen Wolf

Denise and John Schultz; Danielle Zambino

Frank and Lori Verderame

Geri and Jamie Hormel

Nancy Pohl, Jennifer Smiljanich, David Smiljanich and Prescott Pohl

Special guest Dream

Imagine at the Wrigley Mansion

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