Christmas Crisis Appeal – No Animal Left Behind

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As we launch our Freshfields Christmas Appeal 2020, we want to tell our animal-loving local community about a great opportunity to DOUBLE any donations made between December 1st at 12pm and December 8th 2020.

Helen Stanbury, Director of Freshfields, said, “Animals in desperate need are still being abused, abandoned and neglected. Their needs have sadly gone off the radar for many people, and we are wholly dependent on a renewed community effort to ensure no vulnerable animals are left behind.

“Together, we can be there to provide for the poor souls who arrive at our doorstep this Christmas. It’s the best gift we can give to animals like Bailey (pictured below), left behind by family circumstances 4 years ago.

“Thanks to our amazing compassionate and caring local community, Bailey is excited to be spending her first Christmas snuggled by the fireside with her new owners.”

“It means a lot to us that so many people choose to give to Freshfields at Christmas.

“This year, we’ve joined forces with The Big Give Christmas Challenge which provides an excellent opportunity to make valuable donations go even further.”

So how does it work?

Helen says, “From Tuesday December 1st at noon until Tuesday December 8th, our supporters can double their donations if they give to Freshfields via this specific Big Give Christmas Challenge link.

“Alternatively, go to https://donate.thebiggive.org.uk/christmas-challenge-2020 and type in No Animal Left Behind Freshfields into the ‘Find a Charity’ search box.

“Our local community have helped us to be there for animals in their hour of need for over 40 years. Together, we can make sure there is No Animal Left Behind this Christmas.

“One donation. Twice the Impact. Please donate if you can. Every single pound makes a difference. Thank you on behalf of the animals whose lives you’ll transform this Christmas”.

For more information please contact Debbie Hughes on debbie@freshfields.org.uk or call 07956 216106

This is a guest essay by Debbie Hughes. Want to write for us? Visit www.dogstodaymagazine.co.uk/essay-submission or email editorial@dogstodaymagazine.co.uk

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