Bereaved military children, Scotty’s Little Soldiers, are paw-sitively thrilled to announce our brand-new fundraising event: the 100km Woof Walk.
We're challenging dog owners everywhere to walk 100km over the course of August. Most dog owners go on walks every day, so why not raise money for bereaved military children while you do it? Every penny raised helps ensure Scotty’s Little Soldiers can continue to offer much needed emotional, educational and practical support to children who have experienced the death of a parent who served in the British Armed Forces.
Most dog owners go on walks daily, so this August, why not raise money for bereaved military children while you do it?
When you sign-up you will receive a printable Woof Walk tracker to help easily record the distance you’ve covered, and once you’ve raised £150 we’ll send you an exclusive Scotty’s Woof Walk bandana for your pooch to wear with pride.
Scotty’s Little Soldiers’ founder, Nikki, said: “New challenges are always so exciting, and the Woof Walk is no different! Most dog owners go on walks daily, so this August, why not raise money for bereaved military children while you do it? The weather is lovely at the moment and I can’t wait to see people getting out in the sun with their dogs by their side. Every donation helps ensure Scotty’s can continue providing bereaved military children and young people with the support they need.”
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