Donate

We welcome donations and fundraising events as well as collaboration with local relevant organisations or individuals. We will update our news feed with the latest events and fundraising but in the meantime, please visit our JustGiving page here. or donate by Paypal here, or look at anything on our Amazon wish list which is updated every couple of weeks.


We will include any affiliations or collaborations and their logo, linking to their website, on this page.


Jacksmere Dog Walking field are proudly associated with and support us. We love walking our tribe on the fields at Jacksmere and support them in return.





Dean Brothers (Formby) ltd Independent Funeral Directors have been a long term support by being a drop off point for charitable items and also a delivery point for our Amazon wish List. They are now supporting us further by providing our internet hosting, email and domain name renewal costs. Dean Brothers is nearly 200 years old and in their 7th Generation of family owned and run funeral services in Formby and Southport, England. They have a 5 star review average and their Managing Director is our very own trustee, Iain Dean.

Joanna Rose Photography has been a great support and full of great fundraising ideas and took the website’s fantastic home page banner.


T.Dawg are a new venture providing beautifully bespoke, hand made, Dachshund clothing to warm those Winter wieners and have been very kind in offering an expedited service for our sausages.


Boni’s Bows have been very generous and supportive and one of our earliest followers. Boni’s Bows have kindly donated some of her hand made Bow headbands for prizes to help fundraising.


Dog First Aid Training have been more than generous offering a first aid course as a fund raising prize.
“There are 9 million dogs in the UK and the majority will require First Aid at least once in their life. As owners and carers we never know when an accident may happen and they will need our help. Since 2013 we have trained thousands of owners to provide the emergency care their dogs need before getting to a vet. In many cases this has saved the dog’s life.”