2014 Wild Night for Wildlife

Please join us for Quogue Wildlife Refuge’s 8th Annual “Wild Night for Wildlife” Benefit to be held on Saturday, July 26, 2014, at the historic home of the Post/Rich Family in the Village of Quogue.

This event is the largest fundraising effort for the Refuge, providing a major portion of the operating budget of this non-profit organization dedicated to environmental awareness and education. This fun-filled evening will feature cocktails, generous hors d’oeuvres provided by Buoy One of  Westhampton, wine from Lieb Cellars, beer from Brownstone Brewing Company and desserts by the UpsideDown Cheesecake Company, as well as live music performed by The Times Square Orchestra.  ABC News’ Bill Ritter will serve as auctioneer for the live auction, and we’ll also have a silent auction. We anticipate attendance of nearly 500 guests. All donations are tax- deductible and donations of $175 or more

photo of invitation artwill be officially recognized in our Benefit Program if received before July 7.

Tickets start at $175 per person, and sponsorship opportunities are available. Individuals contributing $750 or more per person will enjoy an exclusive VIP reception including rum and whiskey tastings in one of the historic barns on the property.

Through a donation to this event you will join a dedicated group of people who work to help preserve Quogue Wildlife Refuge and its 305 acres of woodlands, fields and ponds and all the creatures that live here. The Refuge is an invaluable resource to all that is open to visitors, from sunrise to sunset, 365 days a year, free of charge.

Click here to download a ticket form 2014 Benefit ticket form.

 TO DONATE AN AUCTION PRIZE, please click this link:  Auction Donation Letter and Form

To View Full Invitation, please click this link: 2014 Benefit Invitation

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Quogue Wildlife Refuge’s 2014 Annual Appeal and Membership Drive is under way!  It is the second largest fundraising effort of the year, enabling the Refuge to provide continuing care to its permanently injured resident wildlife; maintain the 305-acre preserve; offer a variety of educational … read more