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Bob Barker, Pam Anderson and More Celebrate ARFF's 20 Years Of Success

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gala_home20 years is a lonnnnnngggg time, ya’ll! 

As a 25-year-old it’s hard for me to imagine doing anything for that many years, but on Saturday, March 14th, the gang at Animal Rights Foundation of Florida (ARFF) is celebrating 2 decades of success at their star-studded 20th Anniversary Gala!

ARFF was founded in 1989 to promote and protect the rights of animals in Florida, and has valiantly done so through demonstrations, outreach events, and personal appearances throughout their community.

Famous movers and shakers such as Bob Barker, Pam Anderson, PETA President Ingrid Newkirk and Dr. Neal Barnard will put on their fanciest clothes and enjoy the event, which features gourmet vegan dinner, an open bar, silent and live auctions featuring items from actress Kim Basinger and basketball player Yao Ming, and book signings by PETA’s Ingrid Newkirk and PCRM’s Dr. Neal Barnard.  

All proceeds from the gala will be used to fund ARFF‘s Humane Education program, which has educated thousands of schoolchildren in Florida on veganism, companion animals and wildlife.

So quick, quick, quick — visit ARFF.org and get your tickets before they run out!

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