Berkshire Humane Society’s 25th Birthday Bash at the Colonial Theatre
Berkshire Humane Society’s 25th Birthday Bash on October 22nd was a resounding success, grossing more than $70,000 in celebration of 25 years of compassionate programs and services benefiting people and animals. Steve Caporizzo hosted, alongside Executive Director John Perreault. The first part of the event began with a brunch catered by SoMa, a silent auction, and various raffles. The second part of the event featured a special presentation on the stage of the historic Colonial Theatre. Dakota, a boxer who lost her ears to scar tissue, and Gabby, a greyhound that required massive dental work, were both in attendance, proudly representing the Ken Freeberg Fund. Money was raised for this program as well as Humane Education, Purradise, and the SafePet Program, all hallmarks of the important work the shelter tirelessly attends to. The money raised will assist in this work and more. Thank you to everyone who attended and donated to this celebratory fundraiser. Your compassion makes our work possible!