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The Happy Trails Walk-a-thon 2023

Guelph Humane Society’s Happy Trails Walk-a-thon

The Guelph Humane Society (GHS) is pleased to announce the launch of its second annual Happy Trails Walk-a-thon proudly presented by Wellington Laboratories. The event will take place on Sunday, June 2, 2024 and registration is already open. 


This year the Happy Trails Walk-a-thon aims to raise $35,000 to support vulnerable animals in Guelph and Wellington County. Participants are encouraged to sign up as individuals or teams. This is a peer-to-peer fundraising event, which means participants are encouraged to raise funds through their personal networks to support the cause.

The Happy Trails Walk-a-thon 2023

“The Happy Trails Walk-a-thon is a signature GHS event that allows us to provide essential care and support for more than 3000 sick, orphaned, lost or abandoned animals that arrive at our door each year,” says Lisa Veit, Executive Director, GHS. “We are so pleased to once again invite the community to GHS to celebrate the important role animals play in our lives at this year’s event.”

The Happy Trails Walk-a-thon promises to be a fun event for all ages. The walk will follow a scenic route along the city trails surrounding GHS, and participants will enjoy a variety of activities and entertainment throughout the day in the Subaru Superwoof Zone, the Speedy Auto Service Team Zone and the Red Carpet provided by media sponsor Guelph Today. Participants are welcome to bring their dog, but they are not required in order to take part.

The Happy Trails Walk-a-thon 2023

Corporate opportunities, such as sponsorship and teams, are also available. The event is an excellent opportunity for community members and local business to come together and raise awareness about GHS and its important work to serve our community.

To register for the Happy Trails Walk-a-thon, visit the GHS website at guelphhumane.ca or email give@guelphhumane.ca. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of animals in need.

About the Guelph Humane Society:

The Guelph Humane Society advocates for all animals, and in particular those animals whose lives it can influence, through care, education, community support, protection, and leadership. Founded in 1893, the Guelph Humane Society provides care and shelter for approximately 3,000 homeless, stray, injured and abused animals each year in Guelph and Wellington County. GHS is a registered charitable, non-profit organization that does not receive government funding. Visit www.guelphhumane.ca to discover more.

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