2022 Margre Durham Walk for the Animals supporting The Nebraska Humane Society
The Nebraska Humane Society

About 2022 Margre Durham Walk for the Animals

Who's Letting the Dogs Out?  We Are!

Join us - IN PERSON - at the 2022 Walk for the Animals.

Sunday, September 25, 2022

​11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Register Now!

Form a Dog Pack or a Cat Colony by rallying your friends, family and co-workers to join the fun!

Or, register as an individual.

Just click the 'registration' tab at the top of the page for registration options.

Raise Money! 

You can earn great incentives and best of all, save the lives of animals in need. There’s no fee to participate, but the more you raise, the more great incentives you will earn and the more lives you will save. Check out our Fundraising Guide to help you!

Snap a Pic!

Snap some pics and share on social!

@nehumanesociety and #NHSWalk

Fun for All!

In Person and Virtual Vendor Village

Beer Garden and Food Court

Kid's Zone

Rescue Groups


Adoption Parade

Did you know?

The very first Walk for the Animals took place in 1989, with 50 people and their pets.  Last year, 742 of you registered and raised funds to help animals in need. 

We would like to extend a huge round of a-paws to everyone who has walked over the years to save homeless animals and give them the second chance they deserve.  

Please join us this year, so together,  we can save the lives of more animals.

Why Participate?

The Nebraska Humane Society protects, saves and enriches the lives of animals in the communities we serve.  By participating in the Walk for the Animals you are saving the lives of more than 20,000 animals who come through our doors each year in need of shelter, care and healing before finding their forever home.  Your support makes a difference.

How Your Support Makes a Difference

By supporting the Walk for the Animals, you are making a difference all year long. Thanks to donors like YOU, a lot was accomplished last year.

  • 7,318 animals were adopted into their forever home
  • 2,294 lost animals were reunited with their owners
  • 224 foster homes cared for 1,604 fragile animals
  • 13,033 diagnostic tests were performed
  • 4,715 spays/neuters were performed on adoptable pets
  • 1,598 specialized surgeries and dental procedures were performed
  • 5,233 animals were microchipped
  • 34,919 calls were responded to by NHS Animal Control
  • 1,300 children and adults attended NHS presentations/shelter tours
  • 209 youth participated in Camp Kindness
  • 781 people attended NHS dog training classes
  • 616 people and 3,740 pets were provided with emergency pet food by the NHS Pet Food Pantry
 Just think of what is possible this year, with your help.