Mugs and Pugs 5K is being transformed into the K95K: A Dog Friendly Fun Run!
While the name of the event is changing, the spirit remains the same! Rainier Family Physical Therapy will be teaming up with Foundations of Multicare to host K95K: A Dog Friendly Fun Run that will benefit BRIDGES: A Center for Grieving Children. This run will be in place of Mugs and Pugs 5K, which has been held for the past 3 years. We are excited to bring this fun event to the Puyallup/Graham community!
Mugs and Pugs 2016 is a wrap!
Multicare - Mary Bridge Children's Foundation
Umpqua Bank - Sound Built Homes
Hampton Inn & Suites Puyallup
Rainier Dental - Party City - Mud Bay
Mugs and Pugs 5K is an annual dog-friendly charity run/walk taking place in the Puyallup, WA area. All proceeds from the event are donated to benefit BRIDGES: A Center for Grieving Children. The 2016 event was held on October 8th, 2016 at Graham-Kapowsin High School. Through our awesome community, we raised over $1,200 to be donated to BRIDGES. Thank you to all who participated, donated, sponsored, or planned the event; we couldn't have done it without you!
If you are a business owner interested in participation/sponsorship, we would love to have you join us! Please contact our office via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The beneficiary for the Mugs & Pugs 5K event is BRIDGES: A Center for Grieving Children. In association with MultiCare and Mary Bridge Children's Foundation, BRIDGES is an organization that provides support and valuable resources to bereaved children and their families. Rainier Family Physical Therapy has been an advocate of BRIDGES since 2008. Our annual fundraising events have rendered thousands of dollars in donations for this worthy cause. RFPT is a proud member of MultiCare’s philanthropic "Sterling Circle" and the 2014 recipient of Mary Bridge Children's Hero Award (Service Organization). These honors have been given to us because of you all who participate in our events! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We hope to see you all again in October.