23nd Annual Walk to Save Animals
November 6 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Get groovy with the Arizona Animal Welfare League (AAWL) as it presents the 23nd annual Walk to Save Animals on Saturday, Nov. 6, at Tempe Town Lake. The 70’s-themed walk will include all of the fun of walking with friends, family and coworkers, plus visiting local vendors.
The theme, “50 Years of Stayin Alive,” is an homage to the inception of AAWL in 1971 as the nonprofit celebrates its 50th anniversary and over 100,000 animal lives saved.
Activities at the event include the clinic corner with free health supplies for pets, a fun activity play zone, pictures with Santa, designated shopping zones for people and pets, interactive photo stations and a beer garden for adults from Walter Station Brewery.
To keep the community safe, AAWL will be practicing social distancing and encourage all unvaccinated guests over the age of 5 years old to wear masks in crowded areas.
Sign up now to receive $10 off registration before Sept. 30. Prices increase Oct. 1. All walkers receive a free Walk to Save Animals T-shirt. Additional prizes are available for select fundraising goals. Cost is $25 for team captains and adults; $15 for youth 12- to 17-years-old.
To learn more about AAWL and the Walk to Save Animals, visit www.aawl.org.