The K9 Kids Challenge
MC Motivate Canada
WALK A DOG & BE A HERO!
Powered by Motivate Canada in partnership with the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies, the K9 Kids Challenge is a nation-wide physical activity movement led by youth! Individuals, families and even school groups are getting involved!
It's easy to join, it's fun, it's social and it feels good to help dogs and give to charity. Plus, if you raise $100 or more, we will mail you an awesome K9 Kids Challenge T-shirt and you will be entered into a draw to bring a Motivate Canada ESTEEM Team athlete to your school.
Schools are guaranteed an ESTEEM Team athlete presentation by raising $1000 as a team!
By joining the K9 Kids Challenge you are improving your health and ensuring that dogs also get the exercise they desperately need to live a healthy life! Dogs can't get active without the help of humans like you. Thank you for being a hero!
EVENT ALERT! Email ACTIVATE@motivatecanada.ca to receive a template poster to host your very own "Community Dog Walk". The Dog Walk can be any date, time, and location you want! You're the host for your community! Let us know where and when you will do it and we will help you promote! We hope to have 100 mini-events across Canada happen annually!
About Motivate Canada: Motivate Canada’s Youth-Driven Development approach taps into the natural optimism, energy, curiosity, and adventurous spirit that young people have in abundance. Using the power of sport, physical activity and positive peer role models, Motivate Canada’s four core programs—GEN7, ESTEEM Team, ACTIVATE, and Clean Air Champions—give young people the tools, training, and confidence to make a difference in their lives and communities on their own terms. For more information please visit: www.motivatecanada.ca.
About the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies:As Canada’s voice for Animal Welfare, we drive positive, progressive change to end animal cruelty, improve animal protection and promote the humane treatment of all animals.
As the convener and representative of the largest animal welfare community in Canada, we advance the welfare of animals, with a strong national voice promoting the interests and con-cerns of animal welfare to government, policy makers, industry and the public. The CFHS receives no government funding. We are completely dependent on voluntary contributions from the public and organizations such as corporate sponsors to fund our public education programs, campaigns for effective legislation to protect animals, and our crucial work to support, unite and represent local humane societies and SPCAs.