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Wagathon for PTSD UK
The annual Wagathon® event is set to take place this August and we’d love for you and your pooch to get involved to support PTSD UK!
You do not want to miss what is set to be one of our most fun fundraising events of the year – the WAGATHON®!
This new annual challenge is set to be huge with fundraisers across the UK challenging themselves and their pooches to complete a 9K walk during the August Bank Holiday Weekend – all whilst wearing their new PTSD UK dog bandana of course!
|Event Type||Walk or Run|
|Date||26th to 29th August 2022|
|Fundraising Target||Whatever you can|
You can do your walk with your doggo anywhere you fancy with your family, friends or even other dog owners, and you might do your favourite route, or explore a new walk together!
We are relying on the honour system for the mileage for this Wagathon® – there is no need to ‘prove’ to us that you completed the 9k with your K9, and you can do your walk all in one go, or spread it across the Bank Holiday Weekend.
fundraising for ptsd uk
We’re SO grateful to have you and your pooch on our team!! Thank you for your support! By signing up to this event, there is no minimum sponsorship amount – just raise what you can! You can set up your fundraising page online (perhaps through Give As you Live, Just Giving or Total Giving for example).
Visit this page to find out more about how your fundraising helps support our mission to support everyone affected by PTSD, no matter the trauma that caused it.
As a thank you for your support, every entry receives a FREE PTSD UK dog bandana for their pooch (it attaches to their existing collar or lead). If you have more than one dog, you can add more bandanas at a reduced price during the registration process.
how to sign up
Step 1: Sign up over on EventBrite by paying the £12 registration fee.
Step 3: Ask friends, family, and co-workers to support you with a donation – or to join the Wagathon® themselves!
Step 4: Do your 9k with your K9 wherever you are in the country! On the day, perhaps post your walk updates, selfies and videos to social media to encourage even more awareness and donations!
Step 5: Feel proud that you and your doggo have raised awareness and funds to help support PTSD UK!