This article was contributed by NorCal Boxer Rescue.
Join Our Hollister Team! It’s time to get your walking shoes on and strut your mutt! NorCal Boxer Rescue is so excited to be participating in the annual Best Friends' Strut Your Mutt. This year’s event will be held at the Little Marina Green in San Francisco on September 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Last year’s walking team raised over $35,000 for NorCal Boxer Rescue, all of which funded vital veterinary care. A true testament of the public’s generosity, dedication, and most of all the belief that NorCal Boxer Rescue makes a difference.
So come strut with us!
NorCal Boxer Rescue a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides a temporary sanctuary for boxers in need from shelters in Northern California. Boxers are provided with veterinary care, spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations, a microchip, a temporary loving foster home, and placement into a carefully screened forever home.
You can show your love of boxers in the following ways:
- Join our team! Your registration fee is tax-deductible and counts as a donation to NCBR whether you walk or not. It also gets you entrance into the Strut Your Mutt San Francisco event, as well as a Strut Your Mutt t-shirt!
- Fundraise for our team! Once you register, let your friends know you are participating and ask for their support! Thanks to some generous donors, we will have some amazing fundraising incentives for our fundraising teammates!
- Donate to our team or teammates! All donations – whether directly to the team or to one of our teammate's pages – support NCBR's work.
- Spread the word! Share our team page with your friends and family!
The rescue organization is entirely run by dedicated volunteers who have an unmatched love for preserving the boxer breed. If you love boxers, we invite you get involved in whatever capacity you can. Whether it is becoming a foster home or simply making a donation to help save these loveable puppy dogs.
Please visit NorCal Boxer Rescue’s website at http://ncbr.org/ and join us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/NorCalBoxerRescue to learn more.