Car wash raises $600 for animal rescue

The staff and students at Bethesda Childcare Center in Bay Village held their fifth annual Charity Car Wash and Bake Sale on July 22 to raise funds for Golden Treasures Golden Retriever Rescue. This year's event raised more than $600 for the nonprofit organization.

"Thank you to everyone who stopped by and had their cars washed. It was a great success," said Jenna Portik, the Center's director. "All proceeds will go to Golden Treasures Animal Rescue. We even had a special visit from the Bay Village Police Department and the kids were more than happy to help wash their car!"

Congratulations also to the children, staff and volunteers for all of their hard work and contagious commitment to community service. This enthusiasm made 2021's car wash, cookie and lemonade sale bigger and better than in the past. Traffic from family, the community, a couple of dogs and volunteers from the rescue organization was pretty much non-stop to help receive amazing donations for Golden Treasures Rescue. 


Nancy Brown

Nancy Brown

Owner, Hot Diggity Dog, Inc.

Blog writer for Ohio Pet Expert

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Volume 13, Issue 15, Posted 9:56 AM, 08.03.2021