Melanie Zeigler, OHRR supporter and adopter, is hosting a Yoga class to benefit OHRR. Join Melanie and the Ohio House Rabbit Rescue bunnies for this fun, slow Hatha yoga flow class. No need to be a serious yogi – this class is suitable for almost all levels. Come and have fun, move and relax, see and pet the bunnies, and learn about rabbit adoption. Because who can resist bunnies? BUNNIES!
Questions? Email Melanie at firstname.lastname@example.org
When: Saturday, March 18, 2017 – 2:30 – 4:30pm
Where: FTW Crossfit, 5660 Kenny Rd., Columbus, OH 43220
- 2:30pm-3pm- See the bunnies and learn about adoption, set up, and health introduction.
- 3pm-4pm- Yoga class
- 4pm-4:30pm – More bunny love
- We are requesting a minimum donation of $10 per person.
Please register below, as space is limited!
This new, re-imagined run/walk will be virtual this year – run, walk, hop 5K (or any distance that works for you) – and help support the OHRR bunnies. Next year, we will have an in-person run here in Columbus in addition to the virtual one. But for this year, you can support the bunnies in your own place and time. (Around the Virtual race date of April 2nd). You are going to love the new “medal” you receive for participating, and the optional, so cute, t-shirt!
For more information please check out our Event Registration Page at: https://premierraces.com/rambling-rabbit-virtual-5k/
Chris Baker presenting check to Bev May
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!