Make your steps count for homeless pets in need!
The Walk is our longest running event and raises critical funds needed to care for the homeless pets that come to our shelter in need of food, shelter, medical care and hope.
RE-ROUTED FOR 2020
This year's event will offer walkers the chance to participate virtually from Aug 1 - Sept 20.
LEAD THE PACK
The first 100 walkers to register will receive sunglasses and a bandanna!
HOW IT WORKS
Virtual Event: Walk any 1-mile or 3-mile route between Aug 1 - Sept 20, and submit your pic to win prizes!
To promote the safety and health of our staff, volunteers and the community, the 2020 Walk for the Animals will be an entirely Virtual event.
FUNDRAISING & PRIZES
We hope you will share your plans to walk and your compassion for pets in need with family and friends - and ask for their support ! Donations in any amount will provide for life-saving care to animals who are counting on us.
GOODY BAGS for first 150 walkers
HATS for walkers who raise $100+
TSHIRTS for walkers who raise $250+
SWEATSHIRTS for walkers who raise $500+
FLEECE VEST OR JACKET for walkers who raise $1000+
(one prize per participant)
PRIZES will also be awarded for Best Costume, Most Interesting Route, Most Spirited Pack (based on photo submissions).
ON BEHALF OF THE ANIMALS
We thank you, for your enthusiasm and your kindness - and for all of the ways that you help to make our community a compassionate place for pets and people.
About Abby Lange: Abby was an important part of Pope Memorial SPCA for over 20 years. She served on the Board of Directors and volunteered in a variety of roles. For those of us who knew Abby, we regarded her as the most passionate and enthusiastic fan of the shelter that we had ever known. During her years on the Board she advocated for every opportunity to better serve the animals in our community. The Walk was especially near and dear to her heart, and she often bragged about all of the Walk t-shirts she had collected over the years by attending every single one. In 2019, Abby lost her battle with cancer. But before she passed, we had the chance to let her know that her legacy would include naming our Walk in her honor.