February is Going to the Dogs!
The Dogs for Dystonia Virtual Walk begins February 1.
The DMRF Dogs for Dystonia campaign is part of a nationwide effort to educate the public about the difficulties faced by those with dystonia as well as the important role that dogs play in many of our lives. Dog lovers are invited to join this fun campaign to raise dystonia awareness and funds for urgently-needed research.
NEW THIS YEAR
Registration to participate has been reduced to just $15. With registration, all virtual Dogs for Dystonia participants receive a "Thank You" package that includes treats for your dog and for you. If you register by February 10, you will also receive a personalized Valentine E-card featuring your dog. Like previous campaigns, all participating dogs will be featured on our web site and have the opportunity to raise money as part of our Virtual Team.
How to Join the Dogs for Dystonia Walk Team
1 - CLICK HERE to register to participate in the Dogs for Dystonia Virtual Dog Walk ($15).
2 - EMAIL your dog's photograph to firstname.lastname@example.org with a summary of why you are supporting the campaign.
3 - After you receive your confirmation from the DMRF that your dog has a personal page, you can ask friends and family members to sponsor your dog.
Also this year, to further help raise awareness of the important role dogs play in our lives, we are launching a Dogs for Dystonia blog where members of the community will be able to share stories of how their dog impacts their life. Guest bloggers will be featured throughout the month. There is no cost to participate, if you would your story featured, please email email@example.com.
• Dogs who Raise $100 - Dog Walk T-shirt (for Humans)
• Dogs who Raise $250 - Dog Walk Bag
• NEW - Dogs who Raise more than $500 - This year all dogs who raise over $500 will be featured in a special section of the Dialogue (top dog will get top billing).
Questions? Contact us.
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The Dystonia Medical Research Foundation (DMRF) has served the dystonia community since 1976. Join us in our global effort to find a cure.