Please join us in walking to raise awareness for the importance of dog rescue on July 31, 2021. Select a time and location of your choosing and create a team with your family and friends to raise the most money to save these deserving Golden Retrievers.
Southern California Golden Retriever Rescue's (SCGRR) mission is to find loving, lifetime homes for all Southern California Golden Retrievers in need, regardless of conditions or circumstances. We will always strive to heal the sick and injured, rehabilitate the neglected and abused, and nurture the aged and unwanted until we find the perfect family who will shower them with unconditional love.
SCGRR has rescue partnerships with countries all over the world, including China, Mexico, South Korea, and Turkey in order to save dogs from deseparate situations and bring them to the United States. In addition to these efforts, SCGRR also takes on animals locally with severe medical conditions that are fully treatable and adoptable but can be an expensive endeavor. We strive to keep Golden Retrievers and similar dogs out of shelters and save them from the likely outcome of euthanasia.
How can you help?
1) Click the "Join a Team" button at the top of this page to start your own fundraising teams for these special goldens. Set and achieve your own fundraising goal! Please make sure to share your team's campaign with your own family and friends to generate pledges.
2) Donate directly by clicking the "Donate" button the top of this page.Be sure to check back often for updates on the dogs saved and their journeys to get here.
3. Pick a time and a place on July 31, 2021 to walk with your friends and family to raise awareness. Feel free to tag us in your photos using the hashtag #GoldenRoadWalk2021
4. Order a shirt to wear on the walk to help promote our cause! https://www.bonfire.com/golden-road-walk-2021/
You can also follow us on Instagram @scgrr and on Facebook at Southern California Golden Retriever Rescue.
With love and in partnership,
Southern California Golden Retriever Rescue