The second annual Rounds “Fore” Rescues will take place on Monday, July 22nd. This charity event is hosted by Camp Bow Wow, St. Clair Shores and the Detroit Dog Rescue to raise money for the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation and the Detroit Dog Rescue (DDR).
Although this event is filled with fun, including golf, free coneys, beer and a banquet with prizes and raffles; the heart of the event is charity.
Detroit Dog Rescue:
Camp Bow Wow St. Clair Shores works closely with the Detroit Dog Rescue to house and socialize Detroit’s abused and abandoned dogs. Our friends at the Detroit Dog Rescue have poured their hearts and souls into creating a state of the art no-kill shelter for the City of Detroit.Dogs that wouldn’t have been given a second look are now given a second chance at life and are flourishing under the care of their loving new families.
We are proud of the work we do with Foster groups and celebrate every time a deserving dog rescues a human. If you’ve found a Fur-Ever friend through a rescue organization and want to show them off, or just want to help a worthy cause, sponsor a hole in honor of your pet and their name will appear in signage throughout the course. Your $100 sponsorship will enable the continued work of these worthy organizations and will reach beyond Detroit with the help of the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation, which has several dedicated programs.
Bow Wow Buddies Foundation:
The Bow Wow Buddies Foundation supports several worthy causes including Scouts Angels, the On Our Way Home Project, the Foster Pet Project, Finding a Cure for Cancer and Natural Disaster Relief. Each of these programs is funded by donations and promotes health and welfare of animals worldwide, promoting humane education and treatment and investing in research for those devastated by illness.
Together with like-minded organizations and generous donations the Bow Wow Buddies Foundation has helped find homes for over 10,000 pets, has funded a yearly scholarship for PhD research at the CSU Animal Cancer Center for a cure to canine Cancer and has enabled shelters to place more dogs in fur-ever homes by improving their shelter life. The Scouts Angels Project brought trained therapy dogs, specialized for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, to Newton, Connecticut in 2012 and provided funds for Freedom Service Dogs to train two to four more pups to reside in Newton Community.
How You Can Help!
Which dog rescued you? Tell us about them in the comments!