Good Human Gala
Good Human Gala
LifeLine Animal Project's

Good Human Gala

Presented by
Anisa International

Featuring the Good Human Awards honoring Atlanta’s leaders in animal welfare


We have decided to postpone our inaugural Good Human Gala. Our top priority is to care for Atlanta's animals in our shelters and community. During this time, funds are critical to help us purchase supplies for our new foster homes and continue to be the lifeline for Atlanta's animals. Please consider making a donation today.



Event Hosts

Craig Koch

Craig Koch

Founder & CEO, WAG-A-LOT

I am in awe of Lifeline's proactive, lifesaving work and honored to have been associated with them for the past 20 years. Their game changing efforts have not only dramatically reduced the homeless pet population but they have also changed the psyche of Atlantans to adopt, not shop, and have inspired countless other organizations and individuals to join their mission. I am so excited to be a part of an event highlighting the efforts of Lifeline and other "good humans". I truly believe every pet has the right to WAG-A-LOT!
Vern Yip

Vern Yip

HGTV + TLC Designer and Host

For many of us, our pets are also valued members of our family. Their immeasurable love and care are often amongst the brightest moments of our days. So, it’s nearly inconceivable that so many beautiful animals end up neglected and abandoned each year. Knowing that LifeLine Animal Project is at the frontline, with their holistic approach towards solving the crux of this crisis, renews my hope in humanity and reinvigorates my determination to do what I can to protect our furry family members everywhere.

Supporting LifeLine's Work

By attending the inaugural Good Human Gala, guests will provide critical financial support of LifeLine’s work on behalf of Atlanta’s neediest pets, both inside and outside the shelters. It is our hope that the event will create an important new source of revenue to further expand the organization’s impact.

LifeLine is an efficient and capable steward of charitable contributions in support of our work, putting 91 cents of every dollar raised in 2018 to direct use in caring for this community’s most at-risk dogs and cats.


Sponsorship Impact

Be a part of LifeLine’s inaugural event celebrating Atlanta’s inspirational leaders in animal welfare! Join together with more than 250 guests, including Atlanta business leaders and influencers, pet services industry executives and committed animal lovers. Your brand will also receive exposure in front of additional LifeLine audiences, including over 200,000 social media platform subscribers (37 million reached in 2019), 46,000 e-newsletter subscribers and 23,000 weekly website visitors. Additionally, sponsorship-level supporters will be featured in the press release announcement and receive exposure via media placements. We hope you’ll join us in honoring Atlanta’s animal lifesaving heroes!


From Our CEO & Founder, Rebecca Guinn

“We are thrilled to honor Atlanta’s leaders in animal welfare for their commitment to lifesaving, for their exceptional work and for their inspiration to others in the animal lifesaving community. We look forward to this inaugural gala and hope you will join us for the celebration.”

—Rebecca Guinn


Attire - Spring Cocktail
No matter how you pronounce it, Merriam-Webster says that a gala is "a festive celebration." The Good Human Gala is meant to be just that, so please wear whatever feels celebratory to you!


This vegetarian event is proudly catered by Affairs to Remember.

Gala Tickets


Join us that night!

Gala Sponsorships


Sponsorships provide your organization or business with varying levels of advertising while supporting Atlanta's animals.


Gala Honorees


These are the individuals leading the way in animal welfare in Atlanta.

Presenting Sponsors


Mercedes Benz Petco Foundation

Individual Award Sponsor


  Rockefeller Capital Management  

Premium Table Buyers


Affairs to Remember Neadwerx Patrick Law Group
Katherine Abreu Carolyn Bibb & Susan Yandel Susan Neugent & Dennis Clark
Mashu Sainz Jim & Heather Wininger  

Please direct questions to:
Jennifer Eddy
Chief Development Officer
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Download the full Good Human Gala Sales Brochure in PDF format

LifeLine Animal Project

Founded in 2002 and now managing DeKalb and Fulton County Animal Services, LifeLine Animal Project is the leading non-profit organization working to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable dogs and cats in metro Atlanta shelters. Together, we will make Atlanta a no-kill community.

LifeLine Animal Project is an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all donations are tax-deductible.

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