If you adopted a rubber duck this year at our 2nd Annual Desert Duck Derby, you made this event a success! And if you were kind enough to share our fundraising link with your friends and family on Facebook, you also had a hand in making this event a success! We are incredibly grateful to our community of supporters and their commitment to supporting Arizona families and their pets when they need it most.
Thanks to our incredible supporters, The Arizona Pet Project community adopted 6,467 rubber ducks! Because of these rubber duck adoptions, you raised critical funds to support even MORE families their year! Way to go!!
During our live-streamed event, our honorary duck pluckers, including Misty, Mia, and Zoe, chose the winners of our prizes this year out of a pile of 10,000 rubber ducks. Congratulations to the following winners of this year’s prizes:
Thank you to everyone who participated in this event! It is our greatest hope that you will join us next year when we will be able to come together in-person for our next duck derby to help save even more families in 2022!
Did you miss the event?
If you were not able to join us for our live-streamed event on May 15, 2021, you can watch the replay on YouTube right now! Click the video below:
Behind the Scenes
Check out a few of our team’s favorite photos from before and after the live-stream event of our 2nd Annual Desert Duck Derby!
Thank you to this year’s sponsors!
We are beyond thankful for our sponsors for this year’s Desert Duck Derby. With their help, we were able to make this live-stream possible all in the name of saving even more Arizona families and their beloved pets this year! We owe a very special thank you to our Lucky Duck sponsor, Lulu’s Fund!
We would also like to take this opportunity to thank Phat Scooters, Bashas’, Quick Quack Car Wash, and My Pet Market for graciously donating prizes for this event.
Because of rubber duck adoptions from supporters like YOU, our community raised funding to support EVEN more families across the Valley in 2021!
With your help, The Arizona Pet Project provides critical (and often life-saving) care to Valley families and their beloved pets who need it most.