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Dinner Supports Animal Welfare in Cabarrus County

Spayghetti Dinner

๐Ÿ“… Saturday, March 2nd from 5โ€“9pm
๐Ÿ“The Kettle Room, 329 McGill Ave NW, Concord, NC 28027

In Cabarrus County, the Humane Society of Concord & Greater Cabarrus County is a place of hope for animals in need. With a commitment to ending animal suffering, reducing overpopulation, and educating the public about responsible pet ownership, this organization plays a vital role in our local community.

The Humane Society of Concord & Greater Cabarrus Countyโ€™s Mission

The Humane Society of Concord & Greater Cabarrus County is on a mission to create awareness, control animal population through spaying/neutering, investigate neglect and cruelty cases, reunite lost pets with owners, find homes for homeless animals, and educate the public on proper care and treatment of animals. The organization also promotes pet therapy, maintains an informational hotline, and aims to end animal suffering and cruelty.

Photo credits: Humane Society of Concord & Greater Cabarrus County Facebook

The Humane Society strives to assist Cabarrus County residents who need assistance with feeding their animals, through their food bank. Local businesses often donate food, which the HSOC pays forward to residents in need. Additionally, they have a foster program, providing shelter and care for animals awaiting forever homes.

Photo Credits: Irresistible Portraits by Karen Goforth

Photo Credits: Princeton’s Meow Facebook

Volunteer Opportunities and Ways to Get Involved

As an all-volunteer organization, the Humane Society relies on community support through donations and volunteers to continue its mission successfully.

  • If you’re passionate about animal welfare, consider volunteering in various activities, from shelter tasks and administrative work to publicity, fundraising, educational efforts, and fostering.

Your involvement can make a significant impact on the lives of animals in need. For more information on how to become a volunteer visit their website. Monetary donations are greatly appreciated and can be made directly through PayPal or by mail to the address provided on their website. You can also check their “Wish List” for specific items to donate.

The Importance of the Spayghetti Dinner Fundraiser

One of the key events that the Humane Society hosts is the annual Spayghetti Dinner Fundraiser. This event serves a dual purpose: raising essential funds to support the Spay/Neuter program and providing a fun-filled evening of entertainment for attendees.

  • Did you know that each month, it costs the Humane Society between $4500 to $5000 to spay/neuter dogs and cats, making them ready for adoption?

This figure is just one aspect of the comprehensive care that the Society provides, encompassing vaccines, medical attention, testing, and food. If you share their passion for animal welfare, here’s an opportunity to make a difference while enjoying a night of fantastic food and fun.

Guests can anticipate an evening filled with excitement, featuring raffles, auctions, door prizes, entertainment, a bake sale, and a fully stocked bar. The dinner menu includes a spread of spaghetti, salad, dessert, and a beverage. It’s not just a meal; it’s an opportunity to make a meaningful impact.

Tickets for this heartwarming event are priced at $35 each in advance or $40 at the door. For those who want to make it a group affair, reserved tables are available at varying prices. Secure your spot now through February 22nd for $650, and from February 23rd through 27th for $700. Reserved Tables include eight tickets, a Personal Table Attendant, preferred seating, a bottle of wine, a special dessert, and other amenities, ensuring a delightful and memorable experience.

You can purchase tickets and reserve tables at Princeton’s Meow and Ruth’s Memorial Shelter.

  • Join the Humane Society of Concord & Greater Cabarrus County at the Spayghetti Dinner fundraiser for an evening of compassion, community, and fun. By attending, you’ll be playing a crucial role in creating a brighter future for animals in need.

For more information, contact Ruth’s Memorial Shelter at (704) 784-7387 or, or Princeton’s Meow at (704) 721-6369 or


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