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Oakmont Ladies Golf Association Raises $1,000 for Texas Coalition for Animal Protection

During its monthly golf tournament, the Oakmont Ladies Golf Association (OLGA) raised $1,000 for Texas Coalition for Animal Protection (TCAP), Saturday, Aug. 5. 

“We are so grateful to OLGA for raising funds for our mission,” said Stacey Schumacher, TCAP Executive Director. “Their donation will enable us to provide free rabies vaccines to pets whose parents may not otherwise be able to afford them. Rabies vaccines are not only required by law for pets but are critical in keeping our communities safe from the deadly zoonotic disease.”  

The tournament commenced with an 8 a.m. tee-off at Oakmont Country Club in Corinth, where 32 OLGA members showcased their skills. OLGA’s members range from 30 to 80 years old, and encompass golfers of all skill levels. 

Following the successful tournament, OLGA gathered for lunch and post-tournament awards, during which they presented representatives from TCAP with a generous donation of $1,000. TCAP is a recognized 501(c)3 nonprofit spay & neuter clinic headquartered in Denton. TCAP relies on charitable contributions to sustain its programs, including its free Feral Fix program and free rabies vaccine events.

According to TCAP, the organization will be able to vaccinate around 200 cats and dogs because of the donation.

The partnership between OLGA and TCAP was inspired by OLGA member Sue LaRocca, who experienced the impactful work of TCAP firsthand. LaRocca, a self-proclaimed crazy cat lady, sought assistance from TCAP to address the feral cat population on her property through the feral fix program, which offers sterilization services for stray and feral cats at the organization’s eight spay & neuter clinics.

“OLGA is delighted to collaborate with the Texas Coalition for Animal Protection in their mission to provide vital care and assistance to animals in need,” said LaRocca. “Our members are pet lovers who are proud to contribute to TCAP’s efforts.”

TCAP Director of Marketing, Tiffany Ditto, (left) and TCAP Director of Operations, Katelyn McGuire, (right) stand next to OLGA Member Sue LaRocca (center) at a luncheon following OLGA's tournament Saturday, Aug. 5 2023. At the luncheon, OLGA members presented TCAP with donations amounting to $1,000.

TCAP Director of Marketing, Tiffany Ditto, (left) and TCAP Director of Operations, Katelyn McGuire, (right) stand next to OLGA Member Sue LaRocca (center) at a luncheon following OLGA’s tournament Saturday, Aug. 5 2023. At the luncheon, OLGA members presented TCAP with donations amounting to $1,000.  

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Help TCAP Win Good Charlie’s $10K Grant Contest

Texas Coalition for Animal Protection is competing in the highly-coveted #goodcharlie10kgiveaway by GoodCharlie Energy. To win this grant, all we need are your votes!

You can vote for us daily through September 4, 2023!

After voting, comment on any Good Charlie Instagram or Facebook post saying, “I voted for @tcapspayneuter!” 
(We need this step to make our votes count!!) 

Grants like these help fund our free and discounted programs, like the Feral Fix program, our free rabies vaccine events, and spay/neuter specials.

Additional Ways to Help TCAP Win

The power to join TCAP’s mission lies in your hands! Here’s how you can help:

  1. Vote for TCAP: Cast your vote for the Texas Coalition for Animal Protection by visiting the official voting link and commenting on any Good Charlie’s Instagram or Facebook posts with “I voted for @tcapspayneuter.”

  2. Vote Daily: Supporters can vote every day through Sept. 4, 2023.

  3. Spread the Word: Share TCAP’s participation in the competition on social media, encouraging your friends, family, and followers to vote. The more votes TCAP receives, the greater its chances of winning.

3 Reasons to Vote for TCAP for Good Charlie's $10K Giveaway Grant

  1. A vote for TCAP is a vote for many animal rescue and shelter organizations.
    TCAP helps these organizations stretch their budget by providing low-cost spay/neuter services and low-cost wellness care to pets in their care. These services increase pets’ chances of adoption and decrease the number of animals the rescue/shelter intake in the future. Also, TCAP’s services help the shelters and rescues divert funds that would otherwise be used for wellness care for pets needing critical life-saving support.

  2. Your vote helps fund free services for community pets in need.
    We can offer free rabies vaccine events, free feral cat spays and neuters, and discount our already low-cost services because of grants like these. A vote for TCAP will be for pets in communities across North Texas.

  3. You love animals, and so do we!
    At TCAP, we’re a team of pet lover’s on a mission to end pet overpopulation and euthanasia in North Texas animal shelters. By voting for us, you will be joining us on our mission.

Cat Lovers Unite: FlexiScoop Sales Benefit TCAP

Self-proclaimed clean freak, cat lover, product designer, and owner of Product Design House, Joan Eckstein, is donating 25% of the proceeds from every FlexiScoop Litter Box Scoop sale to Texas Coalition for Animal Protection.

“We’re continually amazed by the pet lovers of North Texas,” said Stacey Schumacher, TCAP Executive Director. “Product Design House’s donation to TCAP via product sales helps solve two problems cats face: dirty litter boxes and overpopulation. These contributions to TCAP help fund programs like our free Feral Fix — providing free spays and neuters to community cats across North Texas.”

Retailing for $20, the FlexiScoop sports an ergonomic handle, built-in ribs for extra strength, a beveled-edge scraper/rake, and a hanging loop. However, the best part of the FlexiScoop is its ability to help mitigate two problems at once, a stinky litter box and subsidizing free spay and neuter for cats in need.

“I believe that inside cat lovers love all cats,” said Eckstein. “That’s why we’re happy to help community cats with a contribution to TCAP.”

Check out the FlexiScoop, and learn more about its creator at

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