1st Annual Sit & Stay (Home) Edition of the 26th Annual MCSPCA Dog Walk & Pet Fair! Leaderboard
- 1 Rebecca Sorokac $154.55 raised
- 2 Amy Aksman $135.87 raised
- 3 Glenn Zuck $131.75 raised
- 4 Elizabeth Purdy $86.75 raised
- 5 Lauren Wilder $75.00 raised
- 1 LICKIN’ for love $128.82 raised
- 2 Penny Jane Purdy $86.75 raised
- 3 Phoebe's Friends $75.00 raised
- 4 MU Pre-Vet Club $55.87 raised
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Welcome to the 1st Annual Sit & Stay (Home) Edition of the 26th Annual MCSPCA Dog Walk & Pet Fair!
With the current state of affairs, it comes as no surprise that our 2020 Dog Walk + Pet Fair/5K Run will be canceled this year. We know how many people look forward to this event each year, so we're getting CREATIVE! Our events and media team is presenting a calendar of FUN, EDUCATIONAL and INTERACTIVE virtual content that everyone in the family can participate in! Content will be accessible on Facebook, Instagram and online here as well. Participants can enter online challenges to win prizes, receive daily MCSPCA content that is sure to educate and engage bored kids, add a laugh or two around the dinner table while still helping the shelter to raise much needed funds to continue our life-saving mission for animals. We ask you to "register" for $10 and create a fundraising page to share with friends! 2020 Dog Walk, Run & Pet Fair which generally brings in more than $120,000 for the animals. Frankly, it's imperative to the operation of the shelter that we still try to meet that goal.
YES, there are still prizes to win! Raise $35, receive a 2020 Dog Walk/Sit and Stay Home Edition Collectable t-shirt. Anyone registered who raises $75 will receive both the t-shirt AND an MCSPCA Branded Baseball Cap! Personal Fundraising Pages are simple to create, personalize and share. If you can get just 7 of your Facebook friends to donate $5, win a T-Shirt, make a huge difference! Spread your net wide on their own social media and email lists, but ask for reasonable donations that are comfortable to folks in these uncertain times. We also highly encourage you to share the content we provide with your friends as we socially distance ourselves---the more registered donors, the better!
Your registration will allow you to participate in our weekly "Create-A-Video Challenges" to give you a chance to win very cool prizes like gift cards, local experiences and pet-themed baskets if your video is the winner! Only registered donors can compete, but voting is open to the general public, so share with your friends! Registered donors will also have access to worksheets, recipes, training that you can use at home with your kids (human and fur) as that cabin fever sets in.
What about the 50/50 Raffle? Unfortunately, our raffle license does not permit us to sell these online. Tickets are still available and can be purchased by calling our office with a credit card (732-440-1548) or sending a check to the address below. We will mail you your full ticket stubs upon payment! We hope to see the biggest jackpot our 50/50 raffle has ever generated...but in 2019 the winner took home nearly $10,000! The winning 50/50 ticket will still be drawn on our original draw date and time: April 27, 2020 at 3pm.
Walk, run or wag from the comfort of your own home...change lives!
Dog Walk Fun of the Past!
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Our Newest Participants
- Jill Bergmann $10.00 raised
- Katie Meier $10.00 raised
- Christine Baniowski $50.00 raised
- Holli Toline $60.00 raised
- Amy Aksman $135.87 raised
- Margaret Quinn $10.00 raised
- Rebecca Sorokac $154.55 raised
- Betty Croft $60.00 raised
- Hayley Brooks $10.00 raised
- Liz Hilliard $45.00 raised
Your Help Changes Families and Saves Lives!
Did you know that every dollar you raise makes a real impact on our shelter residents? MCSPCA helps to prevent cruelty to animals through law enforcement and helps hundreds of homeless animals remain healthy, fed and well cared for as they wait to find their forever homes. Our shelter provides low-cost spay/neuter, microchipping and veterinarian programs, humane education and pet therapy, dog training and provides alternatives to surrender for families in financial distress through our Pet Pantry program. We provide important animal welfare information to the public and we are a leader in both dealing with feral cat colonies humanely and reuniting families with their lost pets.