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Gather Your Pack and Raise More!

The first “obstacle” to conquer is raising your individual goal of $100! A portion of every race registration fee and 100% of all money you raise will be donated to benefit dogs at a partnering shelter in your community! The person or Pack that raises the most money will be acknowledged on race day and given the Top Dog Award.

Where Does the Money I Raise Go?

UltiMutt Race will donate to Greenville County Animal Care, a high volume shelter in Greenville, SC. Your donations will go towards providing food and medical care to the dogs & cats that come into the Greenville County Animal Care Shelter in an effort to get them rehabilitated from homelessness and adopted into loving homes.

Share these facts with friends to raise more money!

Greenville County Animal Care accepts all dog breeds as well as all injured animals they are able to treat. Consequently, they are the largest shelter in Upstate SC, receiving over 10,000 animals each year!  They could really use your help!

  • $50 covers cost of an exam and x-rays for an injured animal
  • $100 pays for ten animals to receive medicine
  • $250 provides a shelter dog or cat with life-saving surgery
  • $550 pays for a heartworm treatment for a medium sized dog

Let’s Get Started

Whether you fundraise as a lone wolf or gather your pack, it’s easy to start fundraising!

Start Fundraising Now

How Do I Get My Money to You?

We have made it very easy to collect and track your donations all in one place by starting a JustGiving page. Simply click the link below and set up your page. Here are some tips for setting up your unique page.

Cash

If you have collected cash donations, you can deposit them into your personal bank account and make an online payment of that amount on your fundraising page.

Online Card Payment

Enter your card information here to make a secure payment.

Submit Funds Online

Check

Make the check payable to Greenville County Animal Care and mail it to:


UltiMutt Race
PO Box 16631
Greenville, SC 29606

Tips for Setting Up Your Page

Tell Your Story

Use the ‘Story’ section on your page to tell people why you’ve decided to take part in UltiMutt Race and raise money for Partners in Animal Care. Don’t be afraid to be creative – you could write your story as if it were coming from your dog! A different perspective may encourage more donations.

Add a Photo

Bring your page to life by uploading a profile picture. If your canine pal is also taking part, why not use a photo of the two of you? Once you’ve completed the event, you can add a photo with your medal and bandana looking proud to help boost donations.

Set a Personal Fundraising Goal

Pages with a fundraising target raise on average 45% more than those without. Decide on how much you want to raise (the minimum for this event is $100), set the target on your page and if you crush it before the event day, you can always increase it.

Share. Share Everywhere!

Be sure to share your page with your friends, family and colleagues on social media and through email. If you’re training daily with your dog feel free to regularly update your page with photos of your run and use it as an opportunity to ask for donations again.