*Bark in the Park originally scheduled for Saturday, May 9th, will be postponed due to the recommendations set forth by Public Health Officials and the City of Akron. We are working to reschedule a date for fall 2020 - please continue to check back for updates.
During these unprecedented challenges we face, our animals still need our support. Rescue Walk fundraisers make a huge impact by raising the critical funds to support veterinary care at HSSC.
Joining the team is quick and easy, and you can earn great rewards for meeting fundraising goals by our Saturday, May 9th end date.
Thank you for making this possible through your generous support!
Bark in the Park is Summit County’s biggest celebration of pets and the people who love them.
Food Trucks | Beer Garden | Over 80 Local Vendors | Mobile Adoption Center | Blessing of the Animals | Demonstrations | Live Entertainment | Activities | Raffles | Contests | and much, much more!
With our event changing, we are revising and enhancing our sponsor opportunities. Contact Carli Molinelli, Event Coordinator with questions or to pledge your support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for the Sponsor Packet!
*Bark in the Park originally scheduled for Saturday, May 9th, will be postponed due to the recommendations set forth by Public Health Officials and the City of Akron. We are moving forward with a Paws for a Cause Virtual Walk to continue
Be a hero and help us reach our goal to raise $30,000 to support the life saving Veterinary Care we provide to animals of Summit County! Join our online fundraising site or download the offline pledge form to raise funds individually or as part of a team. As a special thank you - earn rewards for meeting goals and maybe even a coveted trophy for being a Top Fundraiser!
The day of the virtual walk, join in our live-stream video to see our final amount raised and share photos and or videos walking with your four-legged friend for this great cause!
Animals Adopted in 2019
Cruelty Investigations in 2019
Veterinary Exams and Surgeries in 2019