2016 Hallowoof Fun Run & Walk


  • dimanche, 30 octobre 2016 de 10:00 Matin à 11:59 Après-midi (HAA)
  • Dieppe Gardens Riverside Drive West and Ouellette Ave, Windsor, ON N9A 0A3

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Join the Halloween excitement and show off your and your pet’s costume at this year’s Hallowoof Fun Run & Walk in support of the Windsor/Essex County Humane Society. Raise money to support a great cause by coming out to run the 5km, or choose the 2km walking route instead. Furry friends are welcome, but if your pet would prefer to keep the couch warm, you're welcome to come without them! Non pet owners are more than welcome to join the fun!

All registered participants will receive a small prize.

Sign up today with your team or as an individual! Once registered, you can login to your account to customize your personal & team donation pages, send emails, manage offline pledges, and view the status of your personal & team fundraising efforts. Would you like to sponsor a friend or family member instead? Visit the fundraising page to find the person and/or team you would like to support.

Don't forget to bring along your shopping money should you wish to pick up a few things from our fantastic vendors this year! Hallowoof vendors include:

Timbercreek Communities

Hill's Pet Nutrition

Candid K Nines

Funky Faces face painting

Dan Valkos Pet Psychic

Wilkinson Candles

The Willy Tails Dog Walking

Go Produce Now

Absolutely Fetching Animal Training

Advocates for the Underdog



Event opens at 10AM for registration, with contests and fun beginning at 11AM. Runners can arrive any time between 10-11:30AM.

Run begins at 11:30AM. Rain or shine.


Registration fee is $20.

Create a fundraising page by joining as an individual or joining as a team. To finalize your registration, donate $20 to your own page - that's it, now you're registered!

You can register the day of the event with a paper pledge form for $20. No Early Bird discount applies to paper pledge forms.

Join us for a day filled with fun activities for the whole family, including:

- Free face painting

- Shopping at great vendor booths

- Great music

- Tricks or treats at every KM mark!

- Prettify your pet at the Pleasant Park Kennels booth! For a small donation, they'll pamper your pup with temporary fur colour, bows and scarves!

Fund-raise to win! Prizes for reaching fundraising goals:

$100 Raised: Receive a free item from the Refreshments stand (coffee, hot chocolate, or baked good).

$250 Raised: Receive a free Spay/Neuter for a cat at the WECHS Vet Clinic ($50 value) and get entered to win $25 VISA gift card.

$500 Raised: $20 gift card to For Your Fur Kids and a dog or cat gift!

$750 Raised: Running Factory Prize Pack

Top Fundraiser Overall: A gift basket stuffed with goodies for your furry friend and a $150 gift card for a custom pet portrait commission of your choice (5x7 pencil portrait or ornament) from Laura Pepper Fine Art Studio.

Progrès réalisés dans l’atteinte de l’objectif visé


de 15 000 $

Jours pour acheter


Dieppe Gardens
Riverside Drive West and Ouellette Ave, Windsor, ON N9A 0A3

30 octobre 2016
dimanche, 30 octobre 2016 10:00 Matin (HAA)


We are looking for volunteers to help run the event. If you are interested in helping out, please email Emma at events@windsorhumane.org or call 519-966-5751 ext. 23.


Des questions à propos de cet événement?

Windsor/Essex County Humane Society
1375 Provincial Road
Windsor , ON
N8W 5V8

À propos de cet organisme

The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society was founded in 1926 and incorporated in 1949. Since its humble beginnings in a citizen’s backyard, it has been promoting responsible pet ownership, compassion for all living things and a commitment to be involved and make a difference. The Humane Society is not a government organization. It is a registered not for profit charity devoted to the prevention of cruelty to animals. We rely on public and corporate donations and fundraising campaigns to support our humane operations. The generosity of the community we serve helps us support the animals in our care and allows us to offer a wide range of programs and services. These services include cruelty investigations, humane education, assisting distressed and abused animals (domestic and wild), pet food bank, and our spay and neuter program.