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WALK TO FIGHT ANIMAL CRUELTY! - Million Paws Walk: Sunday 15 May

Published on Thursday, April 7, 2016 in Pets Please


Million Paws Walk: Sunday 15 May

It's time to dust off those joggers! Australia's most celebrated dog walk is back! Million Paws Walk is the RSPCA's biggest fundraising event of the year and the most important date on the canine calendar. Sunday 15 May will mark the walk's 23rd year nationally, so register now to get involved. You'll join tens of thousands of dog lovers across the country, all putting their best paw forward to raise money to fight animal cruelty. It's a fantastic day out, full of festivities, food and fun everyone is certain to enjoy.

Getting involved in this incredible event is easy. Simply register with your local Million Paws Walk and create your own fundraising page. Every dollar matters, so ensure you make each step count by telling your colleagues, family and friends you're walking to help RSPCA animals in need! We're hoping that together, you'll reach – and even surpass – our online fundraising goal of $300,000. These funds, along with money raised from merchandise sales and activities on the day, will actively assist RSPCA NSW in achieving our total fundraising goal of $500,000, and supporting us in our battle against animal cruelty.

No matter your pooch's ability, age, breed or size, all dogs are welcome for a fantastic day out! And once you've registered online and created your fundraising page, you'll even receive a free RSPCA rope frisbee your dog is certain to love! No four-legged friend? Not to worry! Even those without pooches are welcome to join in the fun.

So what are you waiting for? Register now, raise money for RSPCA animals in need and walk to fight animal cruelty. See you on Sunday 15 May!


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