For 50 years, we’ve been inspired by your passion, love, and commitment. Every dollar raised for the Walk for Animals changes lives — and these top fundraisers are leading the pack.
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Walk Stars are especially passionate Walk participants who raise $1,000 or more for the Walk for Animals. These stars of fundraising make our mission possible day after day, year after year — and we couldn’t be more grateful.
In addition to all the exciting fundraising prizes you’ll earn, Walk Stars are also entered for a chance to have their pet featured on next year’s Walk for Animals promotional materials (billboards, bus tails, and more)!
Walk Stars are crucial to the success of the Virtual Walk for Animals. Check out our fundraising resources (including tips and tools) to help you reach your goals.
Your phenomenal fundraising efforts make a difference in the lives of animals.
A lifesaving rideA gift of $1,000 funds the transport of 25 dogs from overcrowded southern shelters to safety at AHS where they’ll receive the love, care, and second chances they deserve.
A brighter future We’re combatting animal overpopulation with your help. A gift of $1,000 allows us spay 20 cats — that means fewer unwanted litters of kittens who may become homeless or neglected.
A second chance AHS is the only shelter in Minnesota that can provide specialty orthopedic and dental surgeries, X-rays, and ultrasounds — all on-site. A gift of $1,000 provides X-rays for 15 animals in need of diagnosis.
Sally Thornton ($11,502.27)
2 - Constance Schaupp ($5,000.00)
3 - Jeri Meola ($4,225.72)
4 - Melissa Peacock ($3,537.83)
5 - Debbie Lang Chmielewski ($3,334.75)
6 - Judy Borgen ($3,313.00)
7 - Anne Frenchick ($3,226.22)
8 - Carol Schneeweis ($3,000.00)
9 - Patti Fastner ($2,937.83)
10 - Daniel Klobucar ($2,521.01)
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