Amber’s Animal Outreach Getting Ready For Golf Tourney

Amber’s Animal Outreach, a nonprofit organization located in Loxahatchee founded by 15-year-old Amber Nelson, is getting ready for its second annual golf tournament next month.

Nelson not only rescues unwanted, abused and neglected dogs, and finds them loving families, she is inspiring more youths being kind to animals by starting clubs in elementary schools.

Kaylee Miller, a teacher at the Franklin Academy in Palm Beach Gardens, has started a club called “Putting Life On Paws.” She and several students are inspired to help animals, so they held a collection drive for Amber’s Animal Outreach.

Amber’s Animal Outreach has events every weekend at different locations throughout Palm Beach County, raising money and collecting donations to help save more dogs.

The nonprofit is looking forward to its second annual golf tournament, “Paws & Putts on the Green” at the PGA National Resort & Spa on June 4. For more information, follow Amber’s Animal Outreach on Facebook and visit


ABOVE: Amber’s Animal Outreach donations from the Franklin Academy.