Join your OHRR friends and bunny lovers for a fun afternoon of bowling. All proceeds benefit OHRR’s rescue rabbits. The event will be on Sunday, February 25 from 3:00 – 5:00 at Sequoia Pro Bowl. The $17 registration fee includes 2 hours of bowling and shoes. There will be door prizes and a raffle with great items to win! Registration continues through February 21st or when lanes are full. Click on this link to register. signup.com/go/OcLTnGg
Bring your Rabbit to the Quarterly OHRR SPA DAY on Saturday, February 10, from 11:00 – 3:00 at the OHRR Adoption Center, 5485 N. High St. Columbus, 43214
Two services will be offered: Grooming – $10, and Nail Clipping – $12 (or both for $20)
You can reserve an appointment and pay ahead, so you won’t have to wait.
Or, just drop in and “take a number”.
Email Jo at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve an appointment time.
Thank you to every one who contributed!
Ohio House Rabbit Rescue’s Veterinary Care Fund fundraising campaign is now over, and donations have been matched dollar for dollar by two generous OHRR supporters. Because of so many generous OHRR donors, we are proud to announce that we have reached our Fund goal of $10,000! With veterinary care being the rescue’s single largest expense, these donations make such a difference for the bunnies!
To all who contributed, thank you for your support of OHRR and the only rescue and adoption center exclusively for rabbits in Ohio. The bunnies appreciate it very much!
Thanks to everyone who attended Midwest BunFest 2017! We had over 1000 people and 200 bunnies in attendance. A special thanks to our Education and Special Interest Session Presenters – we so much appreciate you sharing your knowledge and expertise!!
Mark you calendar for Midwest BunFest 2018 – Saturday, October 27, 2018 at the same location as 2017, the Northland Performing Arts Center in Columbus, Ohio.
Many OHRR volunteers and supporters extend their impact for OHRR by giving thru their workplace. We have supporters who give through major Columbus employers such as Chase, Battelle, IBM, Verizon, Nordstrom, Nationwide, and via United Way. Sometimes, that gift (or one you make directly to OHRR) can be matched by your employer, multiplying the impact for the bunnies!
In another example of a way to give, one of OHRR’s long-time volunteers, Chris Baker, arranged for OHRR to be the charity of the month as a part of her employer’s, (Nexeo Solutions) Great Place To Work group, Chris’ colleagues combined to donate $750 to OHRR.
Also, Kim Eplin, a Lead Volunteer at the Adoption Center, and her husband Jon, who own their own company (https://www.drjonshandcraftedsoapco.com) have not only sponsored OHRR’s Putting for the Bunnies event, but have also designated a portion of their profits from January 2017 to OHRR.
We thank everyone who has given through their workplace and encourage you to look into the possibility!