Rampage players Bracken Kearns and Tyson Strachan teamed up with Harlandale High School’s PAWS Partners to help bathe and walk dogs at the Animal Defense League as part of Silver & Black Give Back’s Team Up Challenge. The event is in advance of the Rampage’s Pucks & Paws game on Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. The team is attempting to set a world record for most dogs at a sporting event. In addition, $5 from every dog ticket sold will be donated to Alamo Area Partners for Animal Welfare (AAPAW).
Harlandale’s PAWS Partners, a Team Up Challenge semi-finalist, is a group of students that are working to help educate others about responsible dog ownership. The Rampage are helping Team Up Challenge semi-finalists Harlandale High School as they pair with the Animal Defense League of San Antonio for a donation drive at Pucks & Paws Night this Saturday at 7 PM! ADL is collecting toys for large dogs- rawhides, Kong toys, anything to chew on. If you bring a donation, you will also receive a voucher to an upcoming Rampage game!
Watch exclusive videos featuring Tyson Strachan & Bracken Kearns with the Team-Up Challenge semi-finalists as well as Brian Foster talking about the Team Up Challenge Donation Drive below or in Rampage TV!
About Team Up Challenge
Team Up Challenge is a service based learning initiative that encourages youth to make a positive impact in an area of service that will improve their community. Currently, 20 semi-finalists are carrying out projects throughout San Antonio in one of five categories of service: Arts & Culture, Education, Environment, Health & Wellness or Uniformed Services. All 20 semi-finalists received $2500 in funding to begin their projects.