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To improve the lives of the animals in our care, be timely and compassionate in our responses, educate the public through community outreach and, provide for the health and safety of the citizens and animals of Ventura County.

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Dear Friends,

We hope you all had a wonderful time at our 2019 VCAS Gala! Please tap/click the banner to the left to view photos from our event. If you have questions regarding payment or auctions items, please contact Nicole Hay, VCAS Board Member, at (805) 990-2073.

This photo album will expire on December 7th.

The VCAS Gala was hosted by the Animal Services Foundation of Ventura County.

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Tap/click for Gala Photos.




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OUR AMAZING EVENT SPONSORS!


DIAMOND LEVEL SPONSOR:



AFS


PLATINUM LEVEL SPONSOR:

Everlasting Vegan Events


GOLD LEVEL SPONSORS:



The Tosadori Family    The Miller Family




SILVER LEVEL SPONSORS:

Outta The Cage         Rock City Studios    


Jean and Joao Terra2      Tina Hare  Planatek         



BRONZE LEVEL SPONSORS:

Ventura County Credit Union
Alison Thompson CPA
Dae Paula Saulnier

Jodi Mannino
Haddock Family of Austin TX




If you are the FIRST to sponsor any level, you may select a Gala Activity listed below to have your brand/message next to!

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Patrick Healy NBC4Master of Ceremonies: Patrick Healy (NBC4 Anchor)

Follow him on: Facebook - @PatrickNBCLA

Patrick Healy is a general assignment reporter for NBC4. Since joining NBC4 in 1984, Healy’s an iconic figure on the NBC4 weekly newscasts. He can be seen on the NBC4 News at 11 a.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. His most recent news stories can be viewed here. Follow him on Facebook here.

Known for his journalistic consistency and integrity, Healy is a dominant force in breaking news and reporting issues of consequence.  He reported from Las Vegas to cover the tragic mass shooting in October 2017. Healy is experienced at covering the legal system, and has reported gavel-to-gavel a number of high-profile court cases, dating back to the controversial trial that acquitted four police officers of excessive force in the landmark Rodney King case. He was the lead reporter on the Bryan Stow beating case and trial of his attackers, the trial of Conrad Murray, MD, as well as the student molestation case involving former Miramonte teacher Mark Berndt.

Healy reported a three-part series on the efforts of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to better rehabilitate parolees for life after incarceration. He is also well-known for his extensive reports about environmental issues in Southern California and beyond. He regularly reported about the California drought and its impact on the agricultural industry. NBC4 was recognized with a LA Area Emmy for “California Running Dry,” chronicling the statewide impact of the severe weather conditions.

Healy contributed to a “Life Connected” segment that profiled veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder assembling sensors intended to help reduce traumatic brain injuries among soldiers in combat areas.

Healy has won a number of honors for his exceptional reporting. In 2015, he was part of an NBC4 team that won a Los Angeles Area Emmy for “50 Watts,” a special about the historic riots of 1965. He was also part of an NBC4 team that won the 2012 Golden Mike for best spot news reporting for the situation surrounding Los Angeles Unified Police Officer Jeffery Stenrous. He has been honored twice by the Los Angeles Press Club for outstanding hard news reporting, a Golden Mike for best spot news coverage and a local Emmy for the arrest of the infamous “Night Stalker” suspect. He also received an Associated Press (AP) Award for best news writing and two AP Certificates for best miniseries and best spot news. In 2014, he was honored with a John Swett Award for his "Teacher Jail" investigation that exposed shortcomings in the school district process for handling allegations of teacher misconduct. 

Healy graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in engineering, which he credits for helping him grasp the scientific and mathematical elements of stories he’s encountered over the years. It was at UCLA that he developed a passion for reporting, holding a series of positions at the Daily Bruin Newspaper, working at KLAC Radio and interning for the Los Angeles Times. He began his career in broadcasting at KTTV as a writer/producer. 

An avid mountain biker and distance runner, Healy regularly emcees at local charitable and community events. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and their two daughters.