RoverWorks at The Grove to Benefit Local Charities


The Grove & RoverWorks—Making a Difference

RoverWorks at The Grove will benefit two local charities, Agape Animal Rescue and The Williamson County Animal Center, who work tirelessly to rescue stray animals and find them loving, forever homes. A portion of the proceeds from RoverWorks will go to benefit these two organizations, as well as our raffle and a portion of the cash bar proceeds.

About Agape Animal Rescue

Agape Animal Rescue is committed to finding permanent homes for abandoned dogs, and educating the public in an attempt to promote the development of more responsible pet owners.

Along with adoption and education, Agape offers several programs that allow the rescue to further their mission. From matching rescued dogs with qualified applicants who provide a temporary home, to raising funds for veterinary bills and foster training, or providing pet food to a deserving family that is undergoing financial hardship, Agape Animal Rescue is dedicated to improving the lives of animals in any way possible.

The Grove is a longstanding supporter of Agape, who is the beneficiary of the annual charity golf tournament at The Grove, The Grover— raising over $21,000 to help further the rescue’s mission.

Learn more about Agape Animal Rescue, here

About Williamson County Animal Center

The Williamson County Animal Center is a public open-intake shelter that cares for domestic animals. The goal of the Williamson County Animal Center is to increase the save rate, find a good home for every adoptable pet, slow pet population growth, end animal neglect, and abuse and be a positive force in the community.

The Center was selected as the second place winner in the 2014 ASPCA Rachael Ray Challenge, which rewarded organizations that were able to dramatically increase the lives they saved from the previous year.

In 2016, WCAC was able to save 96% of all of the Dogs and Cats that entered their facility, either through adoption, transfer to a rescue, or reuniting them with their owners.

Learn more about Williamson County Animal Center, here