DOG is pleased to announce our next event, [E9] INGREDIENT—a philanthropic event supporting our local ecology through motion.
[E9] Ingredient at DOG
DOG is pleased to announce our next event, [E9] INGREDIENT—a philanthropic event supporting our local ecology through motion. Join us for a three-week-long fundraiser for Save the Bay culminating in a walk, run, or bike ride on Saturday, August 26th.
Save the Bay is on a mission to protect and restore the San Francisco Bay—our most precious natural resource that provides habitat, food, protection, and beauty for people and wildlife. For the next three weeks, we will fundraise via GiveButter, with 100% of the proceeds donated to Save the Bay.
To participate with us on Saturday, August 26th, you must purchase a ticket through GiveButter.
**GET YOUR TICKETS** via GiveButter HERE.
Ticket holders will also receive a gift bag designed by Landscape including products from Joggy. We also welcome stand-alone donations.
Contributions can be made between August 7th and August 26th by purchasing a ticket or by making a stand-alone donation. We’re pleased to announce that the Ornot will match contributions up to $2,000!
On Saturday, August 26th, ticket holders will meet us at 428 Waller to begin their routes through San Francisco.
- The 27-mile bike ride to and from the Marin Headlands will be led by DOG, Ornot, and Outer Shell. Bikers will meet at 8:30 AM and leave at 8:45 AM sharp.
- The 10K run will take participants through Golden Gate Park. Runners will meet at 9:00 AM and leave at 9:15 AM sharp.
- The 5-mile walk will take participants through Golden Gate Park. Walkers will meet at 9:30 AM and leave at 9:45 AM sharp.
Afterward, we’ll return to our studio to enjoy food and refreshments with NA beer from Visitor. Additionally, Ornot and Outer Shell will host a pop-up retail shop to experience their products in person.
Early bird tickets are available for $30.00 until August 14th, after which the registration fee will increase to $40.00. Space is limited, so sign-up early!
Photography by Jason Hsu, Adam Weiss, and Ben Bloom