Welcome Friends of PARL!
Thank you for your interest in raising money for the homeless animals at PARL. We are excited to welcome you to our 25th annual event! Pet Walk will be on Saturday, September 21, 2013 at Roger Williams Park in Providence, RI. Visit www.parl.org for all the de-tails!
Start your fundraising today!
Walk As A Pack!
Who can be in your pack? Anyone you have fun with…friends, family, co-workers, fraternity brothers, sorority sisters, classmates, work-out buddies, and any other animal lover you know that wants to join in to help raise money for PARL’s homeless animals. Each pack has to have at least two pack members to compete with a combined fundraising goal of $500. All of your pack member’s funds go toward your one pack goal so you can compete for the Pack Grand Prize!
Got an independent spirit?
Then, by all means, start fundraising on your own! The fundraising goal for individuals is $100. Ask friends, co-workers and family to sponsor you! Pre-register and create your own online fundraising page here!
Here's How To Get Started!
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Why Raise Money for PARL?
Now in its 25th year, Pet Walk has been THE pet event to attend. Your participation will make a tremendous impact on the lives of so many pets that depend on us for kindness, care, and a chance for a new life. Proceeds from Pet Walk support adoption and sheltering services to thousands of animals per year as well as low cost spay/neuter assistance, and emergency pet food service.
Please contact Events Manager, Connie Bolduc at firstname.lastname@example.org or 421-1399 x210. She will be happy to assist you wtih your fundraising page & get you started!
Our Animals Appreciate Your Support!
Your participation will make a tremendous impact on the lives of so many pets that depend on us for kindness, care, and a chance for a new life. Donations support adoption and sheltering services to thousands of animals per year as well as in-school and community education programs, spay/neuter assistance for low-income families, and emergency pet food distribution throughout the community.