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Looking for some special volunteers!
Southern California Golden Retriever Rescue is looking for some special volunteers.
**NEW** Fundraising Project Manager Needed: Are you an organized self starter who loves to coordinate people to create fabulous results? Do you like to jump in to help get the job done as well? SCGRR has fundraising opportunities that need your skills to get details specified, solicit / organize volunteers, work with partners, get the word out and earn the $$ critical to providing our pups with the medical care they need. Please contact Nedra at Nedra.Plonski@gmail.com
Next, we are in desperate need for volunteers in the Orange County area of Southern California. We need people who will be willing to be trained to do in home interviews for prospective adopters. If this is something you can do and you are over 18 years of age, please complete one of our volunteer application forms found on this page:- Press here!!
We thank you so much to every single one of our volunteers who currently give of their time to help these amazing creatures, and to any of you who read this and would be willing to help!
Doggie Dash – Cause for Paws – Huntingdon Beach!
Doggy Dash Cause for Paws in Huntington Beach! We are a charity partner. Please come out and support us!
April 23, 2017
7am to 1pm
Huntington Beach Between Brookhurst and Beach on PCH!
Doggy Day with Cats Too!SCGRR – Doggy Day with Cats Too! EventApril 29 – 9am to 2pmGarfield Park (adjacent to the tennis courts) – 1000 Park Ave, South Pasadena, CA 91030The Doggy Day with Cats too event encourages dog & cat owners and interested residents to gain awareness about animal resources in their extended community! It is also an opportunity for South Pasadena residents and neighbors to show appreciation for the dogs & cats in their lives. Hosted by the Recreation Division of the Community Services Department, the event will feature a variety of vendors and adoption agencies, as well as food and fun events for dogs, cats, and families.
Meet and Greet – Manhattan Beach!
SCGRR – Meet & Greet – Healthy Spot MB
April 30 – 11am to 3pm
Healthy Spot Manhattan Beach, 204 S Sepulveda Blvd, Manhattan Beach, CA
Please come join the fun!
Spring Pet Faire – Upland!
This fun filled dog event supports the Upland Animal Shelter! We will have a booth at the event and hope you will come and see us!
May 6, 2017
9:30am to 3:30pm
Find us at:- Upland Memorial Park, 1275 San Bernardino Road, Upland, CA
Pooch Parade Dog Walk – Ventura!
The Pooch Parade is Ventura’s biggest dog-themed event of the year, and they’ve been at it for 20 years! For two decades, Ventura County has come out to walk, eat, drink, shop, and support homeless dogs while they’re at it!
We have a booth and hope you will come and visit us!
May 7, 2017
9:30am to 3:30pm
Find us at Promenade Park Shoreline Dr, Ventura, CA 93001.
Our 2015 Annual Report is Here!
Learn about what we accomplished in 2015 including heartwarming stories about the wonderful dogs we saved together
Kleos Bracelets Now on Sale!
in honor of Fergus’s birthday Agoura High Jr. Achievement Company has reduced the price of bracelet to $5 + shipping/handling. 15% of all proceeds go to SCGRR. Fergus followers can make a difference
SCGRR has partnered with “Kleos”, a Junior Achievement High School Student run company to offer gorgeous hand-made jasper stone bracelets in honor of Fergus – the SCGRR alumni and burn survivor. 15% of all proceeds will be donated to SCGRR. Shop Now at www.kleosbracelets.com
Kleos, stands for “Kindness Leads Everyone to Opportunity and Success”. Kleos in Greek also means glory or accomplishments – perfect for Junior Achievement! The mission at Kleos is to create a community of kindness in which everyone has equal opportunity and success. These quality stone bead bracelets, made by a caring team, help customers achieve success in the world around us. Kleos’ goal is to improve customer’s lives with encouragement, perseverance, and strength.
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