On September 16, 56 golfers came out to Bent Tree Golf Club in Sunbury, to show their support for Ohio Animal Health Foundation at their Eighth annual Fore Animals Classic fundraiser.
A long-time supporter of animal causes and pet rescue, The Basement Doctor was a corporate sponsor of the Classic and also participated as a foursome. More than $7,000 was raised at the event that will be used for important animal health projects and help fund a variety of grants for OAHF. These grants advance animal health and enrichment research, and fund educational programs and equipment.
Participants competed for $1,500 in prizes and tickets to an upcoming OSU football game.
About the Ohio Animal Health Foundation
OAHF is a non-profit organization focused on improving the future and health of all animals, including unwanted horses, wild animals, shelter pets and food animals. Through the efforts of Ohio veterinarians and funds provided by animal lovers throughout the state, OAHF is able to support educational, scientific research and service programs that enable animal care professionals to better serve people and the animals in their lives. For more information, visit https://www.oahf.org.