Any non-profit, 501 C-3 organization functions by getting donations and holding fundraisers. All Breeds Rescue and Training is no different and today, April 4th, are holding two fundraisers.
The first takes place at Wags and Wash located at 1234 E. Woodman Rd in Colorado Springs. It is being held between noon and 4PM today. Though appointments are preferred, you can just walk in. Let them wash your dog for you. With the light snow and subsequent melt, many yards are becoming giant mud pies. What dog can resist that? Your dog can be bathed and have other services provided as you need them. Your donation of $20 will get the doggie bath done and you know it will go to a good cause.
The second event on April 4th, today, is in the evening between 6pm and 8pm. It is a Glow Golf Fundraiser. For $15, you will get to play one round of miniature golf on the neon course. You could even collect pledges from folks for this event to help this wonderful organization out. The miniature golf course is located at 1710 Briargate Blvd and is called the Chapel hills Glow Golf.
Both these fundraisers are held for the specific purpose to raise money so All Breeds Rescue and Training can continue the important work they do. You might ask what that work is. They facilitate rescues with shelter dogs that have run out of time. These are dogs that for whatever reason are there too long and in danger of being euthanized.
While not actually boarding these pets, they provide the training and foster homes to make these dogs fit into a family better. Then, when the dogs are more ready, they find them a forever home. This whole process requires lots of money to maintain all these programs and the facility itself. They offer a variety of training for anyone in need of helping a dog become better behaved, more socialized and a perfect pet for a family.
Can’t get to these events today, no problem, but if you wish to still help, you can donate to this organization at their website. While there, check out the available dogs for fostering or adoption. These are pets with rough beginnings and you can save them. If you can’t personally take them into your home, you can help with a cash donation. If you have room in your home and heart, you can be an angel and save a life.