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Glyn Jackson spent a lifetime adopting second hand dogs from rescue’s like Pet Welfare, so when he recently died at the age of 85 his family and friends decided to donate the money that would have been spent on flowers at his funeral to Pet Welfare.
The volunteers at Pet Welfare would like to express their condolences to Glyn’s family and say ‘Thank You’ for this generous gesture. We will be using the money to continue our work rescuing, neutering and rehabilitating the animals in our care.
Victorian Market - Market Square Stafford 26 November 2011
A huge thank you to all of you who supported us on Saturday. We received record breaking donations all of which will be put towards are work with the animals.
Thank you especially to the volunteers who turned out to run the Tombola and Stall and who stood around for hours holding dog leads and collection boxes, without your help the day would not have been such a success.
We have recently launched an appeal to pay for an operation on Scrumpy. Thank you to all those who have donated so far especially
Elaine, Viv and Tiggy - Natasha Groucott, Dawn Fowler, Kim Holbrook, Patricia Smith, Dewayne Cecil and David Frey.
If you would like to make a donation we will be delighted to give you a name check.
We would like to say a special ‘Thank You’ to the children on Sringfields First School, Yarnfield, Stone who sent us the money from their Christmas Card Collection. Thank you all for thinking of us.
Joyce Goode -2nd September 1923 - 16th March 2012
Joyce loved animals all her life. She always adopted stray cats and carried food around with her just in case she met an animal that needed it. When she died recently her family and friends decided that she would have wanted the collection from her funeral to be used to benefit animals in some way and very generously donated the money to Pet Welfare. The volunteers at Pet Welfare would like to express their condolences to Joyce’s family and say ‘Thank You’ for this generous gesture. We will be using the money to continue our work rescuing, neutering and rehabilitating the animals in our care.
Pet Welfare would like to thank everyone who has helped us in the past year with donations for the animals in our care
We would particularly like to thank Marshlands School, Stafford. The children in Herons run a school café every Friday for all the children and staff in school, they bake cakes and biscuits and sell them for everyone to enjoy. They invite parents and friends to some of these cafes and hold raffles and tombolas. Any money raised at these events is donated to Pet Welfare in the form of treats, food and equipment for the animals we look after.
Thanks also to everyone who turned out to support us at the Victorian Christmas Market, held in the Market Square Stafford on 24 November 2012. Although the morning was cold and bright the afternoon turned out very wet and miserable. Despite these weather conditions we had a good turn out and raised money to boost our funds.
This week we have received a donation from COCOA - Charity Objecting to the Cruelty of Animals. They have sent us some much needed food, worming tablets, dog chews and dentastix. Some of the dogs are not waiting for Christmas and have already started having a munch. Many thanks to Su and Lynne Harvey from COCOA, good luck with your future fundraising.