To our PuppyUp Madison Community:
The 7th Annual PuppyUp Madison Walk is going VIRTUAL for 2020!
In light of COVID-19 and continued public health concerns regarding large gatherings, PuppyUp Madison has taken steps to prioritize the health and safety of the community, our sponsors, vendors, volunteers and committee members by making the decision to go virtual for 2020. The virtual walk will start on Saturday, August 15, 2020 & continues through October 15th!
We greatly appreciate your continued support to The Puppy Up Foundation, and especially PuppyUp Madison for the past six years. Without your support, we would accomplish nothing.
If you have already registered for this year’s walk, be assured that your registration, and any donations you have raised will remain on your fundraising page. All Team Totals are still in place.
You will not need to re-register.
The 1st PuppyUp Madison Virtual Walk offers a way to join together even though we’re apart!
YEP, TOGETHER: Stay in your yard, stay in your neighborhood, stay at a local park … but walk with us anyway!
Register as a VIRTUAL WALKER for $25 and receive a PuppyUp bandana. Register here.
Raise $100 and earn a special event tee shirt.
Raise $250 or more and you will also earn a PuppyUp Tote Bag!
The inaugural walk (Austin to Boston) took over 4.9 million steps. To celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the beginning of the Foundation, we are challenging you to walk just 490,000 steps from now until October 15th. You can link your Fitbit to count all your steps, even including those long walks with your dog! If you do not own a Fitbit, there is an app you can use. Just put it on your phone to count every step you take.
Please continue to take care of yourselves and your family.
We greatly appreciate your continued support to The Puppy Up Foundation over the past 10 years. Your continued involvement has made us successful.
Please feel free to contact us. We would love to hear from you!
Tribute Signs are back! Click here to order yours.
PuppyUp Madison & PuppyUp Waukesha
are having a “city to city” battle over which walk can:
take the most steps
raise the most money
and ultimately, have the best bragging rights!