Ways to Give

“Saving one dog will not change the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever.”
– Karen Davison

Golden Retriever
Golden Retriever

RAGOM rescues Golden Retrievers, Golden mixes, and occasionally “honorary Goldens.” Some are healthy, but many require extensive medical care. All RAGOM dogs receive veterinary care, socialization, and anything else they might need to ensure a chance at a happy new beginning.

Each year, approximately 300 dogs rely on us for a second chance.

Your support makes it possible!

Give a dog the gift of a second chance.

Chewy Wish List

Our dogs are looking for forever homes, but in the meantime, they could really use items from our Chewy Wish List to keep them happy and healthy!

With one click, your items are shipped directly to RAGOM. Every donation is greatly appreciated by volunteers and our dogs!

Recurring Donation

Help us sustain our rescue mission throughout the year.

Honor/Memorial Donation

Honor or remember a special person or animal.

Sponsor a Dog

Sponsor a dog and follow their RAGOM journey.

Estate Planning

Make a charitable gift to RAGOM through your estate.

RAGOM Sponsors

Thank our generous supporters or become a RAGOM sponsor.

Goods & Services

Supplies and service donations reduce our overhead costs.

Chewy Wish List

Donate items from out Wish List to keep our dogs happy and healthy.

Where Your Money Goes

Every dollar you donate supports our dogs and our mission.

Give a dog the gift of a second chance.

To Mail A Donation

If you prefer to make a contribution by postal mail, send your donation to: Retrieve a Golden of the Midwest 5800 Baker Road Suite 120 Minnetonka, MN 55345 Questions? Email [email protected] or call 612-389-0490.

Donor Privacy Policy

RAGOM does not share, sell, rent, or otherwise offer information about supporters to other organizations. To ensure that philanthropy merits the respect and trust of the general public, and that donors and prospective donors can have full confidence in RAGOM, we subscribe to the Donor Bill of Rights.