Happy Holidays everyone! During this time of year we know that you have many different options for helping others. There will always be deserving people and animals in need of a helping hand.
Your donation to GRRCC will decorate our Holiday Tree and more importantly, help support our Golden Retrievers. The average medical costs for a GRRCC dog are typically about $1,000. This year was unique with five forever/hospice fosters: Trey, Webster, Shorty, Angel and Mikey; and one little peanut named Paisley who needed over $10,000 in eye surgery.
GRRCC is a non-profit that has a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, and relies solely on donations we receive from people like you. Thank you very much for considering a donation.
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helps Goldens most in need.
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Recent News / Events
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Visit our Seniors Program page
Visit our GRRCC Seniors program page. A Golden Retriever in need of rescue will always be welcome at Golden Retriever Rescue Club of Charlotte. Regardless of age, or medical issues, we love seniors. If a senior is brought in and found to have a terminal illness, we’ll find him, or her, a loving Hospice Foster home to love them for as long as they are not in pain.