Woof Walk

Do something paws-itive – sign up for our brand new dog walking challenge! Take on 100km with your pooch this August, to support bereaved military children.

  • Date: 1st - 31st August 2022
  • Location: Virtual Event
  • Apply By: 30th August 2022
  • Registration Fee: £0
  • Minimum Fundraising: £0

Will you take on our summer dog walking challenge? Sign up today and walk 100km with your pooch this August to raise money for bereaved British Forces children and young people. The distance can be covered in as many trips as required; the only rule is that you must start and finish within the month. You can unlock your Scotty’s Little Soldiers shoe laces once you receive your first donation on your fundraising page and your Scotty’s dog bandana once you’ve reached the target of £150 (£200 if you wish to receive a second bandana) and completed the challenge.

As long as you have a dog by your side… Anything is paw-sible!

Funds raised will support Scotty’s Little Soldiers, a charity dedicated to supporting children and young people (0 to 25 years) who have experienced the death of a parent who served in the British Armed Forces.

You will have our fur-ever gratitude!

Sign up via Facebook (recommended) - https://givepanel.me/fb/GtSXBW64

Sign up via Just Giving - justgiving.com/campaign/100kmwoofwalk2022

Here's how it works:

  1. Click on either the Facebook or Just Giving link above, and create your fundraising page for bereaved military children and young people.
  2. Update your page to let people know: why you are taking part in the event and supporting Scotty's Little Soldiers, how you plan to complete the distance, when you will be completing your challenge.
  3. Share your canine adventures along with your fundraising page link on social media.
  4. Ask friends and family to sponsor you and your pooch, or encourage them to sign up too!
  5. Don’t forget to tag Scotty’s Little Soldiers or use the hashtag #WoofWalk when sharing online.
  6. Set tails wagging and complete your kilometres!

What you need to know:

Even if you don’t feel in a position to ask for donations, you can still get involved, have fun, and keep active. In the past, some people have popped a small donation on to their own fundraising page as a contribution, and inspired others to join them on the challenge.

Got a question? Then please feel free to get in touch with us at [email protected]

Overview:

Will you take on our summer dog walking challenge? Sign up today and walk 100km with your pooch this August to raise money for bereaved British Forces children and young people. The distance can be covered in as many trips as required; the only rule is that you must start and finish within the month. You can unlock your Scotty’s Little Soldiers shoe laces once you receive your first donation on your fundraising page and your Scotty’s dog bandana once you’ve reached the target of £150 (£200 if you wish to receive a second bandana) and completed the challenge.

As long as you have a dog by your side… Anything is paw-sible!

Funds raised will support Scotty’s Little Soldiers, a charity dedicated to supporting children and young people (0 to 25 years) who have experienced the death of a parent who served in the British Armed Forces.

You will have our fur-ever gratitude!

Sign up via Facebook (recommended) - https://givepanel.me/fb/GtSXBW64

Sign up via Just Giving - justgiving.com/campaign/100kmwoofwalk2022

How it works:

  1. Click on either the Facebook or Just Giving link above, and create your fundraising page for bereaved military children and young people.
  2. Update your page to let people know: why you are taking part in the event and supporting Scotty's Little Soldiers, how you plan to complete the distance, when you will be completing your challenge.
  3. Share your canine adventures along with your fundraising page link on social media.
  4. Ask friends and family to sponsor you and your pooch, or encourage them to sign up too!
  5. Don’t forget to tag Scotty’s Little Soldiers or use the hashtag #WoofWalk when sharing online.
  6. Set tails wagging and complete your kilometres!

What you need to know:

Even if you don’t feel in a position to ask for donations, you can still get involved, have fun, and keep active. In the past, some people have popped a small donation on to their own fundraising page as a contribution, and inspired others to join them on the challenge.

Got a question? Then please feel free to get in touch with us at [email protected]

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