Pitties & Pals Rescue To Hold Golf Fundraiser

CREAM RIDGE – Pitties & Pals Rescue, Inc. will hold its first annual golf classic to raise money for its rescue efforts. The 1ST ANNUAL PUTTING FOR POOCHES will be held on Friday, October 6th at Gambler’s Ridge Golf Club in Cream Ridge, NJ.

PITTIES & PALS RESCUE, INC. is a New Jersey based 501c3, whose mission is to rescue dogs that are in danger of being euthanized from local animal shelters and to educate the public.  Although their main focus is the bully breed, they are committed to all dogs in need. They do not have a facility so their dogs are either in foster homes or boarding which requires much needed funds.

Registration and check-in will begin at 11:30. The driving range will be open prior to the start of the shotgun tournament at 1:00 p.m.

The entry fee for each golfer for the October 6th event is $125.00 which includes both lunch and dinner.  Hole Sponsorships are available for $100.00 each, as well as lunch dinner and beverage sponsorships. Individuals who do not wish to golf, may make a $35.00 donation and attend a buffet dinner at 6:00 p.m.  There will also be a 50/50, prizes and raffles.

At this time, Pitties and Pals is also seeking qualified Fosters and Adopters for dogs of all Breeds.  All costs associated with the care of the dog are paid for by Pitties & Pals during the fostering process, including, food, vet care, etc.

We are also in need of volunteers to help us achieve our goals.  As a volunteer, there are many things you can do and there is something for everyone! Also, if you are willing to make a donation, Pitties and Pals relies strictly on donations from the public.  They are instrumental in helping our rescue grow and all amounts are welcome. We encourage you to help Save a Life by Fostering or Adopting a dog in need.

For more information and for online registration for the golf outing and sponsorships, or to learn more about PITTIES & PALS RESCUE, INC. please visit pittiesandpals.com.  For questions regarding the Golf Outing, please contact Bonnie Barrington at 732-814-9889.