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2021 Tails & Trails "Live Tales of Saved Lives"

A hybrid, 3-video LIVE event, culminating in an IN-PERSON walk!

LIVE on Facebook April 28-30, then at Camp Sacajawea on May 1st! Running Daily @ 3:00PM For 3 Days Straight! Then in-person at 12:00PM on May 1!

Come and join us on this 3-video journey from April 28 - 30th, where we will raise awareness of the true trials and tribulations of homeless animals that have made their way to our shelter. We will be going LIVE on the Father John's Facebook daily until we meet in person!

Then, on May 1st at 12PM we will all come together for a dog walk where you'll also be able to enjoy vendors, food, music, and so much more! Meet us at Camp Sacajawea in Sparta!

If you plan to attend the event, YOU can make a difference for the animals. Become a SPONSORED walker. By raising money for the animals under your name, you will have a chance to win prizes and glory! The top 3 sponsored walkers who raise the most funds will be recognized and win some pretty awesome stuff! 

If you have anyone donating to sponsor you, have them write your name in the note on the donation so we are sure to give you credit. You can also host a fundraiser on your Facebook page! We'll have a tutorial on our Facebook page to guide you. If you can't make it or don't have anyone to sponsor, you can pledge to sponsor our director Garret or our animal care manager Evan in a competition between them to see who will raise the most money - with the loser having to suffer the consequences! Questions? Email rhianna@fatherjohns.org

You can also be a vendor at this event! If you have a service or goods to sell, check out the vendor form below.

We can tell their stories, but it is YOU who will give them a second chance!!!

You can register as a walker or business sponsor online below! 

Interested in being a sponsor for the event and have questions? Contact Garret by email at garret@fatherjohns.org or by phone (973)300-5909. 

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