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Paws for a Cause: Virtual Walk 2021

We walk for those who have NO VOICE.
Join the Virtual Walk to raise funds to support veterinary care at the Humane Society of Summit County.

Create your own Rescue Walker page, or form a team with your family, friends, or coworkers, to save animal's lives and give second chances!



Sponsor the Virtual Walk!

The Paws for a Cause: Virtual Walk is a great opportunity for your company to showcase your support and benefit from inclusion in event promotion efforts.

There is a sponsor opportunity for every budget - find a level that makes a significant impact on the live of animals.

Sponsorships support over 2,500 vulnerable pets served each year whose lives depend on rescue, veterinary treatment, compassionate daily care, and the chance to find loving forever homes and happy endings.

VIEW 2021 SPONSOR PACKET!


Be a Rescue Walker | Raise Funds ONLINE!

Our virtual fundraising tool makes it easy to raise funds online, either as an individual, or together with team with friends, family, or coworkers!

Every penny raised of our $30,000 goal goes directly to support life saving veterinary care for the animals of Summit County.

JOIN THE WALK!



Individual Walker and Team Member Rewards!


Earn fundraising rewards for making an impact in the lives of the animals of Summit County!

Rescue Walkers can earn four different levels of rewards (shown in graph to the right.)

Earn more rewards when you create a team!

The top 3 Individual Rescue Walkers and the top Workplace and Community Teams will win a coveted Top Dog trophy!

Learn more about Fundraising Rewards HERE.


Your Support Saves Lives!

Each year, 2,500 animals come through our shelter doors. Your support through our Paws for a Cause: Virtual Walk helps us take on the necessary medical, physical, and emotional care each of these animals need to be rehabilitated and adopted into loving forever homes.

STORIES OF IMPACT


1,669

Animals Adopted in 2020

645

Cruelty Investigations in 2020

14,726

Veterinary Exams and Surgeries in 2020