Kids can help save dogs while having fun at a party!


It's the latest craze! Kids, tweens and teens are dedicating their birthday parties to support Rogers' Rescues. Instead of bringing gifts for the one celebrating a birthday, guests bring supplies for our foster dogs and shelters, including dog food, chews, treats, toys, beds and more!

We return the love by offering each party goer a thank you package including a Rogers' Rescues water bottle and other goodies.

If your child (or you!) would like to have a Rogers’ Rescues party fundraiser, here's how to get started.

Step 1: Choose the occassion!
Is it a birthday? Graduation? Communion? Bar/Bat Mitzvah?

Step 2: Pick a place!
If you would like us to bring a Rogers’ Rescues dog to meet your guests, please make sure it’s OK by checking with the host and/or venue.

Step 3: Make a list!
The more guests you invite, the more dogs you can help!

Step 4: Contact us with your date and information.
Simply email webmaster@rogersrescues.com and give us the details. We can send an email to your guests, if you would like. In addition, we will provide you with a list of suggested donations to send to your guests and brochures about the rescue to include with your invitations.

If you want cash donations to be an option, we will create a Chip In page on our website so your guests can start donating right away!

Step 5: Confirm your party.
Email webmaster@rogersrescues.com 10 days before your party to confirm the event and provide us with your guest count. We will deliver gift bags for your guests and do our darndest to have a volunteer stop by with a Rogers' Rescues dog for everyone to meet.

Step 6: Send us photos!
Please send us photos of your event so we will post them on our website with a big thank you for helping Rogers’ Rescues! We really appreciate you and want to let visitors to our website know, too! We will create pages like these:

Tyler Blake's Birthday Party
Emily Conaway's Birthday Party
Cerise Stanley's Birthday Party

Rose Nelson's Birthday Party