RACE FOR THE RESCUES

September 30, 2017

In 2008, SNIPSA introduced an innovative, competitive 5K race where participants could participate and earn recognition with (or without) their dogs. The Annual Race for the Rescues was born and quickly became the top fundraising effort that we organize each year. Proceeds from the race provide funding for homeless and abandoned animals and spay/neuter outreach, all right here in our community.

Sponsor a Rescue! 

Pick a rescue to sponsor for the Race for the Rescues! Sponsorship includes an 18″x24″ sign with sponsor name or logo paired with the sponsored rescue and will be placed near the Race for the Rescues finish line. Your $250 tax-deductible donation will help continue our mission of saving lives.

Interested in sponsoring a rescue?  Click here to view more!

Sponsorship Summary

The Race for the Rescues is an important charity event that relies on sponsors to help meet the fundraising needs for SNIPSA. Depending on the level of sponsorship, your company will be acknowledged on the SNIPSA website, the race website, and included race signs, banners, t-shirts, and press releases. Sponsorships are tax deductible as SNIPSA is a registered 501(c)(3).

 

Interested in become a Race for the Rescues sponsor? Click here to learn more and register!

Register for SNIPSA’s 10th annual Race for the Rescues here.

Bring your pup and and meet us at the starting line Saturday, September 30, 2017!

 

SNIPSA’s 9th annual Race for the Rescues was a grand success with over 800 participants and more than 100K raised for animals in need!!

THANK YOU to all of the vendors- Wag More Dog Store, Pet Wants: The Urban Feed Store, H-E-B, PAWsitively Sweet Bakery, Meriel, Rosella Coffee Co., The Good Kind, Kiolbassa Sausage cooked by Greg Barnet and his clan, cheerleaders and spirit groups from Alamo Heights, St. Mary’s Hall, and Holy Spirit, The Young Men’s Service League, and National Charity League clubs , and all of our wonderful donors, supporters, racers, and believers who allow SNIPSA to serve the animal community!

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