Riverside Humane Society Pet Adoption Center ‘Golf Fore the Animals’ Charity Tournament Set for June 8 at Victoria Club, Riverside, CA

Golf Fore the Animals on June 8 features a golf tournament, contests, auction of a trip to 2009 Lexus Champions for Charity National Championship in Pebble Beach, banquet and raffle drawing, all to support the homeless animals at the Riverside Humane Society Pet Adoption Center.

Riverside, CA, May 09, 2009 --(PR.com)-- The Riverside Humane Society Pet Adoption Center’s inaugural ‘Golf Fore the Animals’ tournament is set to start at 9 a.m. on June 8 at the private Victoria Club in Riverside, CA. Golf Fore the Animals is an 18-hole tournament that will include golf contests and prizes for the top three teams.

The evening banquet features a live auction for an opportunity for two to play in the 2009 Lexus Champions for Charity National Championship in Pebble Beach, CA, as well as raffle prizes.

Contests during the tournament include putting, hole-in-one, longest drive (man and woman), and closest to the pin.

Tournament entry fees are $695 for foursomes, $195 for individuals. Fees include a round of golf, golf cart, boxed lunch, beverages on the course, banquet dinner, and a goody bag. Dinner guest tickets are $45.

Sponsorship opportunities for all budgets are still available. Levels range from $100 to $10,000 with each level providing unique benefits. Individuals also are invited to be sponsors. In-kind donations are needed for the tournament and the evening’s raffle.

All proceeds from the event will help provide food, medical care, training and more for the animals at the Pet Adoption Center as they await their forever homes.

For player and sponsorship information, please go to http://www.petsadoption.com/news.php and download the registration brochure. For additional information, contact Denise Perry, executive director, at 951-688-4340 x311.

Sponsors to date include Canidae Pet Foods, Hamblin’s Body, Paint & Frameshop, Wells Fargo Bank, Bank of Hemet, and Shackleton Consulting.

The Riverside Humane Society Pet Adoption Center, 6165 Industrial Ave., Riverside, CA, is a non-profit public benefit charitable organization serving communities in Riverside County and beyond. As the largest no-kill pet rescue organization in Riverside County, RHSPAC accepts owner turn-ins of cats and dogs and transfers from area animal-control agencies. Prior to adoption, each animal is either spayed or neutered, vaccinated, evaluated for behavior issues, and microchipped, Each animal is also monitored for physical, emotional and mental health, and receives ongoing socialization.

Jean Clement