So Rin, Spot, Teacup and Brutus overhear you yapping about Doggone Fun on the Run and want to join.
Yes, bring'em along and you can captain your own TEAM, after all it was your idea anyway!
How much does it cost?
For us four leggeds --- Nada! Our two legged pals need only a minimum $25.00 donation to join the fun. They can even create their own fundraising page at www.firstgiving.com/stap
What do I get for my donation?
A great day of exercise, games, treats, and all the butts you can sniff. The two leggeds will get a fabulous t-shirt, water and snacks courtesy of Frito-Lay. Register early as the first 50 registered participants will receive a goodie-bag.
Where does the money go?
100% of the funds raised goes to support the PAWS (Pets are Wonderful Support) Program at STAP. The PAWS program offers HIV+ people practical support in an effort to keep the love and companionship of their pets.
What is a puptastic post-party?
So glad you asked this! A Puptastic Post Party consists of demonstrations, vendors with the latest in canine couture, prizes, raffles, contests, blessing of the animals (I thought all dogs went to heaven, but this can't hurt), and you can cool off in one of the pools or by the water mister. In short, THE CANINE EVENT OF THE SEASON!!
Can I bring my friends?
So Rin, Spot, Teacup and Brutus overhear you yapping about Doggone Fun on the Run and want to join. Yes, bring'em along and you can captain your own TEAM, after all it was your idea anyway! Find out more about forming a team, or call Mary at 798-1706 and she will mail you a Team Captain's packet with everything you need!
STAP is comprised of staff, volunteers, board members and people living with HIV/AIDS, working together to meet the challenge of HIV/AIDS in a changing environment. We provide professional, empowering and essential services to people with HIV/AIDS, their families, friends, loved ones and caregivers, through case management, support groups and crisis intervention. We provide HIV/AIDS education and prevention services to all our communities. We work toward heightening awareness in our region and beyond of HIV/AIDS as a disease that touches us all.