Eastwood Ranch Foundation Hosts Third Annual “Art For Animals” Fundraiser On Friday, May 5th, 2017 In LA

National Geographic

Actress and animal advocate Alison Eastwood and the Eastwood Ranch Foundation are hosting its third annual Art For Animals fundraiser on Friday, May 5, 2017 at the De Re Gallery in Los Angeles.

The intimate event brings together fellow art collectors and animal advocates for a spectacular evening of fine art, cocktails and vegan hors d’oeuvres. There will also be a silent auction of contemporary artists with all proceeds going towards rescuing animals in need.

Tickets to the exclusive event are available for pre-purchase at: www.eastwoodranch.org.

People also have the opportunity to participate in the fundraiser by way of an Online Auction!

The link is live, now, so people are invited to begin browsing the beautiful artwork and bidding on pieces of their choice. The online auction will be open until Friday May 5th at 2:00 PM.

The best part, people can click on the “Buy Now” button to purchase any art item in full; ensuring that the item will be closed to any further bidding by anyone online or offline

Alexander Yulish, Brian Bowen Smith, Donny Miller, Danny Minnick, Nora McCoby, Al Jackson, Laura Smith Blair, Michael Bevilacqua, Nico Turner, Chyelle, Stacy Poitras, Monika Steiner and Ugo Nonis are among the featured artists.

The three-hour fundraiser, which counts Scott Eastwood, Juliette Lewis, Denise Richards, Nikki Reed, Ian Somerhalder and Brian Bowen Smith among its host committee members, begins at 7:00 PM.

The De Re Gallery is located at 8373 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, 90069.

Eastwood Ranch Foundation is a non-profit Southern California based Animal Welfare and Rescue Organization. Among its priorities, the foundation rescues domestic animals from high kill shelters along with supporting other vetted local rescues and providing care until a forever home is found. Besides local animal rescue, ERF works on behalf of any and all animal welfare causes by helping raise awareness, educating and campaigning/petitioning for Animals throughout the United States and beyond.

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