Join or start a Walk for Animals team! Why? Because humans are social animals! Plus, fundraising and walking together makes participating in the Walk more fun and meaningful!
Three or more people are required to form a Walk team.
Where do teams check in on event day? Team members check in individually. There is no special Team check-in. Walkers who have personally raised $1,000 or more will go to Walk Star check-in. Walkers who have raised $999 and below will be directed to general check-in. Read more about your check-in options.
How are prizes awarded if I’m part of a team? Prizes are awarded based on individual fundraising accomplishments regardless of team affiliation.Team prizes may be included in a special fundraising week leading up to the Walk, which will be announced via email.If you aren't already receiving the Walk for Animals email newsletter, Tips & Tricks, you can sign up by emailing email@example.com with the subject line "Subscribe to Tips & Tricks."
Get organized. Host a get-together with your team! A coffee break, dinner, or happy hour is a great way to discuss all your creative ideas to collectively reach your team goal.
Movie night. Host a movie night at your home, a local gathering space, or a park for your friends and family. Make some popcorn and ask them to support animals in need.
Party with a purpose. Invite your friends (and their friends) over and charge a few dollars for a good cause!
Spare change jar. Ask your place of employment to put out a change jar for people to drop in their spare change as they pass by. Leave the jar out year round or just during Walk season.
Game night. Invite your friends out for a night of games, donations, and prizes.
Charity night. Host a charity night at a local restaurant, bar, or coffee shop.
Write a letter. A personal letter always goes a long way. Share your message about why you are walking!