35th Annual Walk for the Animals and Walktoberfest
Updated On: Mar 06 2012 12:59:46 PM CST
Benefit: Humane Society Of Berks County
Event Date: Saturday, September 29, 2012 | Time: TBA
Details: Join us in September 2012 for the best Walk for the Animals yet! 2012 is the 35th anniversary of the Walk for the Animals and Walktoberfest, and we want to include as many of our friends as possible. It's never ot early to start fundraising and planning. That's why this page is already open - even though we just wrapped a very successful Walk!
Want to help us make the 35th Walk the biggest yet? Here are three ways you can help:
Register for the Walk - by calling Diane St. Francis, HSBC Administrative Director, at 610-921-2348, ext. 11, you can help us raise much needed funds to care for homeless, sick and injured animals in Berks County and beyond! Online registration will be active closer ot the event.
Form a Pack - Walk with friends, family and coworkers in a Pack to raise even more funds. Pack Walkers get fancy custom t-shirts as well as their own private seating! Contact Jennifer Long, HSBC Community Outreach Director, at 610-921-2348 extension 13 or email@example.com to get started today!
Start a fundraising page on FirstGiving to collect pledges - Your friends and family can pledge to support you as you Walk for homeless and neglected animals. Follow the simple instructions on these pages to get your page going.
Last year, our Walkers used these strategies to raise over $118,000 for the animals at the Humane Society. We hope you'll join us this year in raising even more funds!
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