The Humanitarian Issues Working Group of the Canadian Red Cross would like to invite you to the 7th annual Paws 4 Peace fundraiser walk.
Every day around the world, many people lose their life and limbs to explosive remnants of war such as landmines and cluster bombs. Millions of people living in over 80 countries must think twice about where they walk, as they fear the deadly legacies in the ground. People who survive these life-changing accidents must live with their injuries for the rest of their lives. Paws 4 Peace will raise awareness on this crucial issue while raising crucial funds to help the survivors of landmine and cluster bomb accidents.
Come join us on June 7th at 11:00 am at Second Beach in Stanley Park, for a 3km walk around the scenic lagoon. Enjoy refreshments and music while checking out dog obedience demonstrations and displays on explosive remnants of war. There will also be an arts and craft booth for kids and a ask-the-dog trainer service available for dog lovers. This is also a great opportunity to take action on a pressing humanitarian issue affecting millions of people around the world.
You can play a key role in creating a world where people can walk without fear.