Move Your Paws for the Cause!
It's time to move your paws for a cause at Napa Humane’s Sixth Annual Walk for Animals, a summer morning stroll (with or without your pooch!) on Sunday, August 6, 2017 in support of companion animals throughout the Napa Valley!
More than 400 walkers will be strutin' their stuff at this dog and family-friendly fundraising event!
Beginning and ending at Oxbow Commons on Napa’s McKinstry Street, registered walkers receive an official Walk for Animals t-shirt and goodie bag, and enjoy a morning full of music, contests, fun games and activities, and more as they come together to raise funds for Napa Humane.
Ready. Set. Walk!
1. Get started by clicking the red “Register” button.
2. Register for $35 ($45 day of event). Online pre-registration closes at 11:59 pm on Friday, August 4th!
3. Create a profile page as an individual then join or create a team.
4. Make your leadership gift to kick things off, and then collect donations from family, friends, and colleagues.
5. Fundraise and earn great prizes.
It’s that simple…and 100% of proceeds benefit Napa Humane’s programs and services serving Napa Valley pets and the people who care for and about them.
Raise funds and earn prizes! (with the biggest prize being the satisfaction of raising funds for animals, of course). Raise more money and earn more prizes. Check back for all the fab thank you gifts...coming soon.
In addition to fundraising thank you gifts, recognition will be given to the top individual fundraisers and the top fundraising teams!
After you register, go to the Walk for Animals event page for great tips to put the “fun” in fundraising. (How about holding a team rummage sale? Or put a donation jar on your office desk?) You can also download the Team Toolkit, promotional flyers, donations collection form and many more resources to make your (and our) “Walk” the best ever!
Can't make it to the Walk? Check out the list of walkers and teams and make a donation to their efforts!
Thank you for your support of Napa Humane!
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Photography by: Seymour & McIntosh