An Illinois Golf Outing Is Raising Awareness For Homeless and Injured Animals
Golf enthusiasts and animal lovers of the Quad Cities, mark your calendars. PLAYIN’ A ROUND for the Pets, a local golf outing, is happening on October 13th at 1:00 p.m., and it’s all for a great cause.
The event will benefit RESCUED, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to providing shelter, food, medical attention, and care for homeless and injured animals in the Quad Cities Community.
But the goodness doesn’t stop there. RESCUED is not your typical animal shelter, and their contribution to the community extends far beyond their walls. Operating a high-end resale store in Moline, the organization sells donated items from the local community. Since they opened in 2015, RESCUED has donated over $602,000 to the benefit of local homeless animals.
Highland Springs Golf Course 9500 35th St W, Rock Island, IL.
By participating in PLAYIN’ A ROUND for the Pets, you’ll not only enjoy a day of golfing with friends and family, but all proceeds from the event will go directly to RESCUED. But this golf outing isn’t just about raising funds. It’s an opportunity to spread awareness and educate our community about the wonderful work that RESCUED does.
Grab Your Gear
So, grab your clubs, invite your buddies, and get ready to tee off for a cause. The organizer of the event, along with the owner/manager of RESCUED, are eager to spread the word and make this golf outing a grand success.
Follow the links on the photos to register to play.
Looking to become a sponsor of the event? Follow the link on the photo below.
Don’t miss out on this chance to combine your love for golf and animals, and join PLAYIN’ A ROUND for the Pets. Make a difference and help RESCUED continue its wonderful work in the Quad Cities Community.
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