Gabriel’s Angels to host event at Porsche North Scottsdale Feb. 19

Gabriel’s Angels, a Phoenix-based non-profit organization committed to improving the lives of Arizona’s abused, neglected, and at-risk children through the use of healing pet therapy teams, announced that its Board of Young Professionals will be hosting a fundraiser on Feb. 19, 2016.

Paw Prints 2016 tasks twelve guest artists, who are well-known members of the community, with producing a painting of their choice over the course of thirty days, according to a press release.

Confirmed guest artists include: Kyle Unfug, of JohnJay and Rich Morning Show on 104.7 KISSFM; Chef Travis Garner of The Capital Grille – Scottsdale; Danielle Lerner, Morning Anchor on ABC15; Britany Simon – HGTV design star; Andy Biggs, celebrity hairdresser of Zolton’s Salon; Debbie Gaby, philanthropist; Letitia Frye, renowned auctioneer; Rebecca Fritz, owner of Sutra Studios; Gabriele Bertaccini, Executive Chef and owner of il Tocco Food; Bandon Lee, anchor of Good Evening Arizona on 3TV; and J.E. Pizarro, Executive Vice President – Operations of Bank of America.

The guest artists’ personalized canvases will be auctioned off during the event hosted at Porsche North Scottsdale in Scottsdale from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 19, 2016.

Proceeds from Paw Prints 2016 will help Gabriel’s Angels continue to serve approximately 14,000 children in Arizona, the release stated. Members of the public will also have the opportunity to vote for their favorite painting by donating $10 per vote, with a People’s Choice award going to the top three artists raising the most contributions.

To register for the event visit http://fred.gabrielsangels.org/events_details.php?e=80.

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