Bark in the Park 2020

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Our second largest fundraiser and community event, Bark in the Park, welcomes 1,000 animal lovers along with a great herd of furry friends. The event kicks off with a 10k run, 5k run and 1-mile leisure walk at The Shops at Fallen Timbers on Saturday, August 22nd, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.

Dogs will enjoy games and contests including “The Great Peanut Butter Lick-Off” and “Best Tail Wag.” Attendees will enjoy live entertainment, food, games for the kiddos, and fun! — as well as meeting other animal lovers in our community.

Help us reach our goal of raising $95,000 this year by fundraising and earning PAW-SOME prizes! All funds raised at Bark in the Park directly support the nearly 5,000 displaced, abused, and neglected animals that come to our shelter every year.

Registration is now open! Please click on the link below to register today and start fundraising to earn amazing prizes! 

 

Prize Levels: 

Raise $50– Walk t-shirt and dog bandanna

Raise $100– THS sweatshirt

Raise $250– THS baseball cap

Raise $500– THS insulated cup

Raise $1,000 or more– Amazon Echo Show 5 Smart Display

5K Run: $25 registration fee. Each runner will receive a finishers medal. Additional prizes will be awarded to the top 3 females and top 3 males.

10k Run: $35 registration fee. Each runner will receive a finishers medal. Additional prizes will be awarded to the top 3 females and top 3 males.

Additional prizes will be awarded for top individual fundraiser, top team, and top youth fundraiser!

 

Sponsorship/Vendor Information: 

If you are interested in participating as a vendor please contact Morgan Korecki, at mkorecki@toledohumane.org

Sponsorship opportunities for Bark in the Park 2020 are also available. All sponsorship inquiries should be sent to Abbey Hall, Development Manager, at abbey@toledohumane.org

HELP US REACH OUR GOAL OF RAISING $95,000 THIS YEAR!

About the Toledo Humane Society: 

  • Cares for more than 5,000 animals each year through our life-saving programs and services
  • Receives no funding from, and is not affiliated with, any national humane organizations

  • Is a private, nonprofit organization serving the animals and people of the Toledo area and beyond since 1884

  • Responds and investigates over 2,000 animal cruelty reports every year
  • Is the state’s oldest animal welfare organization
  • Depends on the generosity of individual and corporate supporters to fund our programs and services
  • Receives no government funding and is not a United Way agency

FUNDRAISING IDEAS: 

Looking for some fun ways to get your friends, family, or coworkers involved? Visit our Fundraising Tool Kit Page for a complete list of fundraising ideas!

  • Penny wars at work or in the classrooms at school
  • Have a competition among your friends and family
  • Challenge everyone you know to reach a certain amount
  • Have your furry friend “ask” for donations
  • Invite friends and family to walk with you 
  • Have ideas you’d like to share, contact us at info@toledohumane.org!

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