How to Go to the Miranda Lambert Concert and Help the ASPCA at the Same Time

How to Go to the Miranda Lambert Concert and Help the ASPCA at the Same Time

By: Tom Morgan

Miranda Lambert will make her presence known next Friday at the John Paul Jones Arena, and she will leave with a lasting impact thanks to her non-profit ‘Mutt Nation’ and YOU!

 

The Charlottesville­Albemarle SPCA is proud to announce their selection as the community’s No Kill Shelter by Miranda Lambert’s “Highway Vagabond” 2017 National Tour.

 

Miranda Lambert, through her nonprofit, MuttNation, is giving the CASPCA the opportunity on February 24, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., to set up in front of John Paul Johns Arena before Lambert’s concert.  You are encouraged to stop by the CASPCA tables on your way in to drop off cash donations or donations from the CASPCA’s Wish List in the “Little Red Wagons.”

The wish list includes:

  • Fleece Blankets
  • Kuranda Beds
  • Canned Wet Food for Cats/Kittens (no seafood please!)
  • Canned Dog Food
  • Non­clumping or regular cat litter
  • Half­size aluminum steam pans
  • Carefresh shavings
  • 6’ Dog Leashes
  • Easy­Walk Harnesses
  • Hard Rubber Chew Toys
  • Windfresh Laundry Detergent
  • Dish Soap
  • Paper Towel Rolls
  • Bleach
  • Latex Exam Gloves (all sizes)

 

At the same time, you can register to win a pair of gold circle seats, VIP club passes, a meet and greet with Miranda Lambert, a selected MuttNation product and a red wagon. Winners will be chosen by 7 p.m.

 

YOU DON’T HAVE TO DONATE IN ORDER TO WIN THESE PRIZES, BUT YOU ARE CERTAINLY ENCOURAGED TO DO SO.

 

Miranda Lambert, alongside her mother, founded the nonprofit MuttNation Foundation in 2009. This organization provides shelters across the country with funds for services such as spay/neuter, adoption drives and medical treatments, all in an effort to keep abandoned dogs off the streets and match homeless pups with new families. Some of their many initiatives include Mutts Across America: 50 States/50 Shelters, Redemption Ranch and Cause for the Paws, an annual event that has raised over $1.5 million. Learn more by clicking HERE. 

 

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