SPCA Florida 29th Annual Walk for Animals Fundraiser
SPCA Florida Walk for Animals Celebration – Saturday, June 5th – Downtown Lakeland
Dog-friendly fundraiser includes DJ, contests, demonstrations, and more.
Join hundreds of two and four-legged friends at SPCA Florida’s Walk for Animals at Lake Mirror on Saturday, June 5, 2019 at 8 a.m.
Your participation and fundraising for the Walk for Animals helps SPCA Florida care for more than 4,000 homeless cats and dogs each year. Your company can have a team and raise money to help the animals. Get a group of at least 5 people together, create a team fundraising page, and start fundraising today!
Registration fee is only $35 per person and great prizes are awarded to top fundraisers! T-shirt is included, PLUS a dog bandana, and event wristband to participate in the Bow Wow Breakfast.
Activities for the day include contests such as a dog costume contest, kidz zone, K9 demonstrations, music, food, and specialty vendors. Dogs participating in the event should be social and well-behaved, current on rabies vaccinations, and kept on a 6-foot or shorter non-retractable leash.
The Walk for Animals is made possible by generous sponsors and donors including North County Dermatology Clinic, Anne Watkins, Cat Depot, Stahl & Associates Insurance, Fields Auto Group, Hill’s Pet Nutrition, WBF Classic Hits, PGTV, Hall Communications and many more.
Register you and your furry friend and start raising money for the homeless animals today! For more information about vendor or sponsorship opportunities, visit https://www.spcaflorida.org/walkforanimals or call (863) 577-4600.
About SPCA Florida
Founded in 1979, SPCA Florida exists to eliminate animal suffering and engage the entire community in the welfare and well-being of animals. SPCA Florida will help and heal 20,000 dogs and cats through its SPCA Florida Animal Medical Center and provide direct care for 6,500 animals through its Adoption Center this year. Ani-Meals and Food Assistance Programs, provide food and medical care for animals of homebound families and families who need supplemental food for thousands of dogs and cats each year.