Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides - Fenwick

Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides - Fenwick

Sunday, May 27, 2018 - 12:00

Support from the Walk goes toward training and matching life-changing Dog Guides with Canadians who receive them at no cost, which is only possible thanks in large part to the funds raised through this annual event. The Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides takes place in approximately 300 communities across the country, in every province, and is open to all ages and abilities. This family-friendly event encourage participants to bring their pet dogs, though you don’t need one to take part.

This year’s event details for the Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides being held in Fenwick.


Date:                       Sunday May 27th 2018

Location:                 Centennial Park - 999 Church Street Fenwick Ontario L0S 1C0

Registration times: 10 A.M. to 12 P.M.

Walk Times            12 P.M to  2 P.M.

Organizer:                Lion Fred Sidler       (289)821-1733

What:                       5 km walk to raise funds for Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides

Register or Donate online here

All companies providing a donation of $200 or more will be will be recognized as a local sponsor for 2018. This includes name and logo on route maps, local promotional pamphlets, the opportunity to provide a coupon or items in the participants grab bags and have a display at the walk we expect 60 people to participate locally this year based on past attendance the average Walker is female between 40 and 50 years of age and a company buy one or more family members.


Why walk for Dog Guides??

  • To help provide Dog Guides at no cost to the growing number of Canadians who need them.
  • To enjoy a fun day out in your community. Walk with your friends, family and co-workers. The event is pet friendly but you don’t need a dog to participate.
  • Everyone is welcome – all ages and abilities – and you are not required to complete the route to participate.
  • Everyone is a winner! 100% of the funds you raise goes towards the training and placement of Dog Guides for Canadians with disabilities.