Lori Paul is the organizer of Tie One On, a fundraiser for Community Animal Projects this Saturday. (Jenna Hauck/ Progress file)

Tie One On raises funds for homeless animals in Chilliwack

Annual fundraiser for Community Animal Projects is this Saturday in Chilliwack

The third annual Tie One On fundraiser for Community Animal Projects (CAP) is Saturday, Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. at The Royal Hotel.

Tickets $30 which gets you a glass of wine, snacks, door prizes and live music with Spiderlodge and special guests.

There will also be silent auction items to bid on, and vintage men’s ties for sale. This year they’ve added fashion scarves and aprons for the ladies.

All monies raised go to CAP, a local organization that works on behalf of homeless pets, especially cats who live on the street, by trapping, neutering and releasing them back to their ‘hood. CAP also helps re-home dogs and cats when owners go into care or can no longer care for their pets for a variety of reasons.

Tickets can be bought by emailing lori@loripaul.com.

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