The 2nd Paw Joggers Rescue Run will be on Sunday October 19th, 10AM at beautiful Sharon Woods Park. Online registration details for runners, walkers, teams and their BFFs (Best Furry Friends!) opens April 25, 2014.
PJRR 2013 Results & Beneficiary Totals
Thanks to EVERYONE who supported the Inaugural Paw Joggers Rescue Run… our generous sponsors, gift donors, vendors, participants and awesome PAWlunteers! You have all contributed to making this a memorable and successful event!
- $8076 was raised for 25 rescues and shelters! Click here for the grand totals awarded to each beneficiary.
- Congratulations to all of our human and furry athletes! Click here for the 2013 5K run/walk race results.
Support Us at the Flying Pig Marathon
The Paw Joggers Animal Community Fund is an official Flying Pig Marathon charity for 2014!
The Paw Joggers Animal Community Fund has set a fundraising goal of $2500 for the 2014 Flying Pig Marathon. 50% of all funds received will be evenly disbursed among the 2013 Paw Joggers Rescue Run beneficiaries.
Join team “Hog Joggers” for the IAMS Flying Fur 2-mile run/walk on Saturday, May 3rd at 1:30PM. This new event is part of the Flying Pig Marathon Weekend. Get the details and register online at Flying Pig Marathon. You can find registration to ALL Flying Pig Marathon events on their main page.
We encourage your participation in the Flying Fur Run as part of a healthy lifestyle and support of our animal community. You can donate directly to team “Hog Joggers” here!
Buy a Pig to Support PJACF
Another way to donate AND multiple chances for you to win…
- 1st Place: A 2-year lease on a Toyota!
- 2nd Place: $10,000 ($5000 to winner + $5000 to charity who sold the ticket)
- 3rd Place: A Cincinnati Experience Package (valued at $1500)
The Piggest Raffle drop will take place Friday night, May 2nd, in Smale Park. Each pig is $5 and 100% goes to the Paw Joggers Animal Community Fund! You can buy your pigs online here! Be sure to select PAW JOGGERS ANIMAL COMMUNITY FUND. Tell your friends and share this poster at work, your local coffee shop or any community bulletin board. OINK!