16 May Dogs Help Prevent Military Suicide Deaths
Dogs Help Prevent Military Suicide Deaths
Needed: More Assistance Dogs for Veterans with Disabilities
FRIDAY, MAY 20 play golf, or sponsor, at the Legends of Parris Island Course . Shotgun, scramble Tee time at 1330. Great prizes, contests, silent auction and 100% proceeds goes to helping military members with Post-Traumatic Stress get an Assictance Dog. Come meet our dogs at both events!
SATURDAY, MAY 21: Golf Fundraiser and Family/Dog Scavenger Hunt Raises Money for Assistance Dogs May 21, 2016 9am -12 noon $10/dog (humans free)
Beaufort, SC, May 10, 2016: Calling all family-owned Dogs to bring your human friends and family to a cool Scavenger Hunt starting at the Arsenal in Beaufort at 9am Saturday May 21. Pre-registration donation of only $10 per dog (bring your humans for free!) helps raise funds for Assistance Dogs for Veterans and others. Follow clues to find downtown businesses for fun and prizes! Register online at http://paws4people.org/golf or call 404 597 6000.
Since 1999, paws4people foundation and paws4vets has been training and placing Assistance (Service) Dogs with Active-Duty Military and Veterans with disabilities to help them with issues from Post-Traumatic Stress to missing limbs and more.
Event coordinators Miami and Shelly Phillips are honored to have the opportunity to spend three months in Beaufort while organizing and hosting both events. “The support and encouragement everyone from the staff at the golf course and the military organizations to the Chamber and local businesses has been nothing short of amazing” says Miami Phillips of paws4vets. “We are extremely blessed to be able to be here in one of the most beautiful places in America with some of the best people to be found and fortunate enough to be a part of helping our wounded military members.” For more information on either event, or to volunteer please visit http://paws4people.org/golf