About

Most animal shelters, animal rescue groups and humane societies are strapped for fundraising ideas and often look for new ways to cover various reoccurring costs that they all have. That is why Raise The Woof was born. To help people help animals.

Raise The Woof is a stand up comedy event that works with animal shelters and rescue groups to get much needed fundraising. Our goal is alway to create a sustainable annual event that can become a steady revenue stream for our benefactors. Raise The Woof was created by comedian and producer James Uloth who has raised over $1, 000,000 for various charities. With nearly 10 years experience in performing and producing, he brings a fun-filled show with strong branding matched with quality performances by all entertainers on the lineup.

FAQ: How does Raise The Woof work?

In advance of the show.

1. The first step is getting in touch with us. Email james@woofraise.com, or call 323-570-4242.

2. Pick a few dates. Raise The Woof will work with you and what is best for your community and create a tour, or route you into an existing tour.

3. Find a venue. Some common venues we play are community halls, hotel banquet rooms and school theaters.

4. We can assist you with tickets, posters and marketing for your Raise The Woof fundraising event.

5. You sell the tickets and promote the event locally.

The Day of Show.

1. Don’t forget to do some decorating! And always remember: Many hands make light work.

2. Manage the box office aka The Door. This is where you would be collecting pre-sold tickets and selling admission to walk-up supporters.

3. Increase the proceeds of the fundraising event with concessions, silent auctions, raffles and/or a bar.

4. Have an awesome show that people will remember while creating an annual sustainable event will bring continual funding!

5. At the end of your event, announce some future fundraising or other details and bring awareness to your projects. Keeping people informed and aware is crucial. Having a platform like a comedy event to relay that information is a great opportunity.

 

Here are some testimonials:

“Thanks Raise the Woof for helping us host the Alberta Spay Neuter Task Force event last night in Calgary. We raised a lot of needed funds! So worth it! (Raised over $20,000) ”
Coreen Herring, ASNTF

“Great show last night guys! Everyone had a blast! Thanks for coming and we will see you again next year!”
Nichole Deck, Kindersley KAWS

“This was by far the best fundraiser we’ve ever had – really looking forward to next year! Thanks SO MUCH for such a great night!!”
Shannon Klassen, KAWS

“You guys put on an awesome show last night in Saskatoon, well done! Thank you again, and we will be in touch to plan another one for sure. :)
New Hope Dog Rescue

“Best night of entertainment I’ve ever had in Meadow Lake! A huge thank you to Lamont, Lars and James for the roaring good time. So many people were laughing so hard and having a blast. Thank you for what you guys do and the support you’ve given to our Humane Society. Our volunteers are so grateful and we hope your tour makes its way back here next time. Take care and have safe travels. Thanks again!!!”
Jeff McCallum, Meadow Lake Humane Society

“Thank you for a great show in Morden last evening & for coming to see our shelter this morning. We, and most certainly the animals, appreciate everything you have done to support us. Keep up the great work & we hope to see you again!”
Pembina Valley Humane Society, Morden MB

“Thank You for doing a great show for us at the mighty pits rescue in Cuba, Illinois. I look forward to next year”
Janie Whitmer, Might Pits Rescue

“Thank you sooo much from Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary& Friends Forever Humane Society for the GREAT show Friday night! Can’t wait till next year!!!!”
Beth Randall,Critter Camp Exotic Pet Sanctuary

“Thank you From Friends Forever Humane Society for the hilarious show last night in Freeport IL with Critter Camp !!! We must do it again”
Diane Snyder Heeren

“Absolutely hilarious show tonight in Freeport. I thought I was going to stop breathing several times from laughing so hard. Thank you so much for helping out the shelters and for everything you do :) ”
Nikki Heeren Schoeny