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Daniel Island Night at the Stingrays Hockey
January 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm$10
Daniel Island has teamed up with the Stingrays Hockey team to bring you the first ever Daniel Island Night at the Stingrays! Purchase a ticket to the Saturday, January 27th Stingrays game for $10 (processing fees to be added at checkout) and $2 of every ticket sold via the Daniel Island link HERE will go to the Daniel Island Animal Hospital on Wheels (DIAH).
Parking is FREE! Tickets must be purchased through the provided link for fundraising to apply. Share this link via Facebook, with friends and family and with neighbors to boost fundraising proceeds! DIAH will be present at the game to further advertise their amazing organization. Please note, there are no free tickets given by the DIPOA for this game. All tickets must be purchased.
About Daniel Island Animal Hospital on Wheels
DIAH on Wheels is a charitable organization founded by Dr. Lynne Flood, owner veterinarian of Daniel Island Animal Hospital. Dr. Flood has been practicing veterinary medicine for 21+ years and opened DIAH in January of 2004. Her passion is caring for older patients; helping them feel better for longer. She recently completed a certification in gerontology, which further fueled her interest in care for aging humans and animals. Dr. Flood knows how much joy a healthy pet can bring, especially to the elderly. DIAH on Wheels is her way of spreading that joy by keeping pets and their owners happy and healthy!
The organization is partnering with Berkeley Seniors to provide a pet food bank and veterinary care to animals of seniors in need in Berkeley County. Their primary goal is to address public health issues by providing pet care services. Pets benefit the elderly by providing them love and companionship, while also keeping them happy and active. Thus, by maintaining pet health, they hope to improve the lives of animals and humans alike. DIAH plans to provide items and services in the form of: pet food and supplies, vaccinations, medicine for sick animals, and spays and neuters for unaltered pets.
They are a registered SC public charity and 501(c)3 Private Foundation.