Please mark your calendars, Sunday, September 16th, 2018
We will be hosting a formal event at Marquee Events Hartford CT.
Loveland Hill Band will provide our attendees with an evening of amazing music, dancing and unforgettable time.
Belvedere Catering will be offering our guests vegan/vegetarian hors d'oeuvres, dinner choices, and desserts.
Press and media partners will be part of our charity gala. Take advantage of the media wall and Red Carpet photos.
LOVELAND HILL BAND
Music has always been a big part of their lives, and even that they all have different professional carriers,
decision to form the band came out of our love and passion for music. Their constantly expanding catalog
of songs range from the 1960’s through today’s top hits to make special occasions memorable.
Professional catering for all occasions. They specialize in quality Polish/ European imports.
Their company motto is to be the best they can be and if their service is not excellent, they won’t
promote it. A specialty food is their business.
Scot Haney is a morning meteorologist on WFSB channel 3 as well as a co-hosts of "Better Connecticut" weekdays on Channel 3. Scot wins the hearts of his viewers with his exceptional personality and humor. He is especially dedicated to helping children and animals.
Renee DiNino is the Director of Community Affairs & On Air Programming for iHeart Media in Connecticut. Her most recent pet projects have included working with the Governors' Prevention Program on an Anti-Bullying Campaign.
William made his lifelong career to train rescue animals to perform in an entertainment industry like Broadway, off Broadway, national tours, regional theatres, special events, the New York City Ballet, motion pictures, television and commercials.
Bill is widely recognized as an expert in animal behavior and for his dedication to rescue work. In addition to his work as a trainer, Bill is currently behavior consultant to the Humane Society of New York. Berloni was presented with the Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre during the 65th Tony Awards. Bill has not only given acting careers to many shelter dogs in film, television and stage, but also has found loving homes for thousands of dogs over the years.
Our mission is to rehabilitate abused, neglected, and homeless companion animals, and to give them a second chance at life. By creating community programs, we will enhance the lives of disabled, troubled and disadvantaged individuals and spread compassion and acceptance among others. Our goal is to build an animal sanctuary and provide temporary housing for abandoned and homeless dogs and cats.
By creating community programs not only we will be able to spend more one on one time with the dogs and cats, but also provide a basic obedience training for them with a goal of pairing them with a loving, forever family. We will create an after-school program for Middletown high school students, where they will come to the sanctuary a couple times a week to work with the dogs, learn lifelong lessons.
We also plan to create a long-term program for young autistic adults, since all of the programs that exist end as soon as they turn 21. They will be able to volunteer at the sanctuary and spend as much or as little time as they like. We will have a staff member experienced in working with autistic individuals to evaluate their abilities and help assign projects. We may also partner up with our local Bark-ery – Adelbrook ( where autistic teens bake homemade dog treats) and provide the kids with a one on one experience with the dogs.