16th Annual Charity Sale | Benefiting Brother Wolf Animal Rescue
April 17 & 18 (10am – 6pm)
Help support our furry friends by buying American made craft! Our annual charity sale kicks off on Friday, April 17. During the sale, customers will be able to save 10% on all regular priced items, including studio furniture and outdoor sculptures, and up to 50% on sale items. Everything in the gallery will be marked down! 10% of all proceeds from this 2 day event will go directly to Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s “Help Me Heal Fund” for animals with special needs. Grovewood will also be hosting an adoption drive for Brother Wolf during the sale on Friday and Saturday from 12 – 4pm.
Sale discount applies to in stock items only! We are unable to offer 10% off on custom or special orders.
ABOUT BROTHER WOLF ANIMAL RESCUE
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is a No Kill organization in Asheville, North Carolina. In addition to offering services to our community including free spay/neuter assistance and a pet food pantry, BWAR operates the largest No Kill Rescue and Adoption Center in WNC, second largest in the state. The Joyce B. Cambron Adoption Center, located at 31 Glendale Avenue, is home to up to 100 dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens each day. In this clean, happy, and energetic environment, animals receive mental stimulation and exercise through a variety of enrichment programs. BWAR’s dedicated volunteers ensure that each pet receives lots of love and attention until finding his or her forever home.
ABOUT “HELP ME HEAL FUND”
The “Help Me Heal Fund” exists to help orphaned animals in need receive critical medical care. In addition to vaccines, microchipping, blood testing and spay or neuter, the majority of the dogs and cats rescued by BWAR need help for serious medical conditions. They come to BWAR starved and dehydrated, with broken bones and trauma, heartworm disease, dental issues, congenital defects, heart failure, and cancer. The “Help Me Heal Fund” provides them with the care they need to be healthy and flourish in their new homes.
For more information about Brother Wolf Animal Rescue visit www.bwar.org.