Saving a Life is a Walk in the Park!
Help save the life of a homeless animal just by walking your dog!
Nearly 11,000 animals come through the doors of the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service each year.
All of these animals need food and shelter until they find their forever homes,but many of them need more than that. They need medical attention, they need to find a safe place free from abuse and most of all, they need your help.
Help us help them by taking a walk in the park! Here's step-by-step instructions!
Can't attend? Doggone It! You can still help by becoming a Cat Napper and creating your own online page to send out to family and friends.
Becoming a Pack
Sign up to walk as a pack. Find some friends and help raise money together. There is no limit to the size of your pack. Create a great name and invite your friends and family to help you help the animals in our care.
Create your own fundraising page after you've registered. Log in here
Dollars for the Dogs
Make a Donation to the SCRAPS Animal Medical Fund
Become a Sponsor
Registration and Waiver
Get a Booth
The SCRAPS Hope Foundation is a non-profit created in 2009 to support SCRAPS. The SCRAPS Hope Foundation receives no federal funding and relies on private donations, grants and community support.
This year, over 11,000 homeless, abused and abandoned animals will come through our doors. Many of them will need medical treatment, rehabilitation and a safe place to recover from their injuries. The SCRAPS Hope Foundation is the only agency in Spokane County that provides this life-saving program to the most vulnerable animals in our area.
In addition, the SCRAPS Hope Foundation funds: