SAFE closer to new home

Busselton Dunsborough Times
Lucille and Karly Ogden.
Camera IconLucille and Karly Ogden. Credit: Taelor Pelusey Busselton-Dunsborough Times

Saving Animals From Euthanasia, or SAFE, Busselton is well on its way to securing a permanent premises after a fundraising event at The Studio Gallery and Bistro on Sunday night.

The not-for-profit group raised $28,000 by auctioning off 32 pieces of artwork donated by 28 artists.

SAFE Busselton’s Lynda McKilligin said the best price of the night was $5600 from a local buyer.

The money will help SAFE find a permanent home but Ms McKilligin said it was still in the concept stage and a few years off.

PICTURES:

Sue Churack and Gayner Davis.
Camera IconSue Churack and Gayner Davis. Credit: Taelor Pelusey Busselton-Dunsborough Times
David and Jean Law.
Camera IconDavid and Jean Law. Credit: Taelor Pelusey Busselton-Dunsborough Times
Michael Page, SAFE committee member Craig Brent-White and John Ogden.
Camera IconMichael Page, SAFE committee member Craig Brent-White and John Ogden. Credit: Taelor Pelusey Busselton-Dunsborough Times
Kirsty D'Arcy and Bree Stewart.
Camera IconKirsty D'Arcy and Bree Stewart. Credit: Taelor Pelusey Busselton-Dunsborough Times
The Studio Galley and Bistro's Liz Powell and Sabine Hofferberth.
Camera IconThe Studio Galley and Bistro's Liz Powell and Sabine Hofferberth. Credit: Pictures: Taelor Pelusey, Taelor Pelusey Busselton-Dunsborough Times
Stephen and Joanne Pollard.
Camera IconStephen and Joanne Pollard. Credit: Taelor Pelusey Busselton-Dunsborough Times

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