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Raise Us Up

Raise us up is a fundraising initiative where you can make a difference through creating individual or team fundraisers to collect donations for Dogtown SA. Whether you are riding the 94.7 or celebrating your birthday you can make a difference in Dogtown dogs lives.

Fundraise During Challenges

Are you taking on a great race, triathlon, trail or challenge? You and your team can fundraise for Dogtown during your journey.

Ride to Raise

Thinking of riding the 94.7? or another race? You and your team can create a fundraising page for Dogtown to raise while you ride.

Take us to new heights

Are you planning on tackling Mount Everest? You and your team can create a fundraising page for Dogtown to raise while you climb.

Current Fundraisers

Sleepathon - 6 April 2024

Join our Sleepathon team and get your friends and family to sponsor your adventure, or donate towards this campaign to bring awareness to shelter pets.

Renee's 2024 Argus Challenge

Hi my name is Renée, and this year i will be riding Argus Cycle tour race this year on 10th March 2024 around our beautiful city of Cape Town. Please sponsor me so that I can raise some much needed funds for Dogtownsa. It is a wonderful rescue center for dogs and cats that have lost their homes and have been rescued.

Sani 2 Sea

Join a fundraising team, create your own, or donate to help fund this campaign.

Gift of Giving


Whether its your birthday or your furry kids birthday, why not ask your friend to donate as a gift to you. Celebrate your birthday by giving to rescue dogs.


Is there a better way to celebrate your ‘gotcha day’ than giving to other dogs waiting for theirs? You can create a fundraising page to celebrate and give to the dogs waiting for their forever homes.


Celebrating the love you share while sharing it onwards to rescue dogs waiting for their loving homes.

Create Your Own Fundraiser

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