Hope Gardens

­Pauley Perrette takes a lesson from Wayde King, professional aquarium builder and star of Animal Planet’s “Tanked” on how to move fish from storage into the new aquarium donated by King at Hope Gardens, a Los Angeles based shelter for homeless single mot
Helping Hand

1. Helping Hand

Pauley Perrette flanked by Brett Raymer (left) and Wayde King of Animal Planet’s “Tanked” enjoy watching the children of Hope Gardens a Los Angeles based shelter for homeless single mothers and children, as they enjoy the new aquarium donated by the “Tanked” stars and stocked with the help of Perrette.
Donation

2. Donation

Pauley Perrette flanked by Wayde King (left) and Brett Raymer (right), stars of the Animal Planet series “Tanked” as they donate an aquarium to a Hope Gardens, a Los Angeles based shelter for homeless single mothers and children supported by Perrette.
Hope Gardens

3. Hope Gardens

Pauley Perrette flanked by Wayde King (left) and Brett Raymer (right), stars of the Animal Planet series “Tanked,” and joined by Kevin Frazier, host of “The Insider” as the Tanked stars donate an aquarium to a Hope Gardens, a Los Angeles based shelter for homeless single mothers and children supported by Perrette.
Pauley Perrette drops fish into an aquarium

4. Pauley Perrette drops fish into an aquarium

Pauley Perrette drops fish into an aquarium donated by the stars of the Animal Planet series “Tanked” for the residents of Hope Gardens, a Los Angeles based shelter for homeless single mothers and children.
Pauley Gets

5. Pauley Gets "Tanked"

Pauley Perrette, star of ”NCIS” flanked by Animal Planet’s “Tanked” stars Brett Raymer and Wayde King, shows “The Insider” host Kevin Frazier (far right) how to move fish into the aquarium donated by the “Tanked” stars to Hope Gardens, a Los Angeles based shelter for homeless single mothers and children.
Pauley  Gets A Lesson

6. Pauley Gets A Lesson

Pauley Perrette takes a lesson from Wayde King, professional aquarium builder and star of Animal Planet’s “Tanked” on how to move fish from storage into the new aquarium donated by King at Hope Gardens, a Los Angeles based shelter for homeless single mothers and children.