There is still time to register for RSPCA NSW’s Million Paws Walk: Walk ThisMay, officially launching this Saturday 1 May 2021.
Three quick and easy steps are all that is needed to join RSPCA NSW’s much-loved annual walk to fight animal cruelty and be a hero for dogs in need.
- Head to our website and sign up
- Share your fundraising page with friend and family
- Commence walkies with your furry friend!
Because of COVID-19 developments, RSPCA NSW’s Million Paws Walk will launch asa virtual event, where dog lovers will walk their pet for 30, 45 or 60 minutesa day. Participants have up until the end of May to raise money for RSPCA NSWand be a hero for dogs in need.
“Events like Million Paws Walk are even more crucial in such challengingtimes, as we depend on fundraising and donations to continue the lifesavingwork that we do,” said RSPCA NSW Community Fundraising Manager DanielleCameron.
“Every participant taking part in Million Paws Walk: Walk This May this yearwill be raising vital funds to help the 30,000 dogs that come into the care ofthe RSPCA every year, that is 82 dogs every single day that need our help”.
Each day brings a new challenge in our shelters and your fundraising effortsmake a tangible impact on all creatures, great and small. Ever dollar raisedgoes directly to helping end the cycle of animal cruelty.
- Just $40 can help heat a kennel and keep an abandoned dog warm this winter
- $58 can help rehabilitate an abandoned or abused dog, helping them trust humans again
- $90 can keep our animal ambulance on the road, rescuing injured animals
- $1,000 helps subsidise the cost of prosecuting a cruelty offender in court.
Million Paws Walk: Walk This May celebrates a mutual love of animals whilekeeping owners and pets healthy and safe as they hit the pavement in their ownbackyards and neighbourhoods.
MillionPawsWalk and #MPWDOGSQUAD will be used across social media to allow
walkers to share images and routes.
Detailed information, registration forms, fundraising progress and merchandiseare available for individuals to view and purchase atwww.millionpawswalk.com.au.
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