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THANK YOU: Your gifts of kindness go a long way

December 18, 2015

2015 has been a year of change for The Lost Dogs’ Home. But, one thing that has remained constant is the ongoing commitment and dedication of our volunteers, foster carers and donors. It is with your generosity that we are able to continue to look after the animals in our care.

As 2015 comes to a close we want to thank some of the many people who have helped the Home over the last few months.

 

Walking for the Home

On Sunday November 29, dogs of all shapes and sizes from Echuca and surrounding areas hit the pavement to raise money for The Lost Dogs’ Home’s Campaspe shelter.

An initiative of LJ Hooker Echuca, barking for bucks saw more than 30 dogs come along to Victoria Park, Echuca to stretch their legs for a good cause.

For Campaspe Shelter Manager, Kate Kemp, the event raised $600 for the Home’s Echuca shelter.

“These funds will go towards initiatives such as our adoption and enrichment programs.

“Thank you to LJ Hooker Echuca for arranging the event and to everyone who participated on the day. Your ongoing support goes a long way to help the dogs and cats in our care,” said Kate.

QV Best in Show eventQV is best in show, raising money for shelter dogs

Melbourne’s dogs showed why they are Australia’s most stylish and well-groomed pooches at QV Outdoor Cinema’s special screening of Best in Show on Saturday December 12.

According to General Manger of Fundraising and Communications, Kate Hoelter, the event was a great success with all proceeds raised from the event going to the Home.

“We would like to thank QV and everyone who came along to the Best in Show screening for making it such a great event,” said Kate.

QV Outdoor Cinema will hold their second charity film event with their Thursday January 21 screening of Red Dog. All proceeds from this screening will also go to The Lost Dogs’ Home.

For more information, or to book tickets visit qvcinema.com.au/events/red-dog/

2015 Lost Dogs Home Christmas appeal

No animal deserves to face Christmas alone. Sadly, thousands of animals will be brought into the Home this Christmas with nowhere else to go. Many of them will have faced unknown dangers and suffering after having to fend for themselves.

Many of these animals will need the Home’s care and support before they can go on to find their forever families.

We need your support to ensure our programs can continue. By donating to our 2015 Christmas appeal you can give the dogs and cats in our care a much needed second chance.

To everyone who has donated to this year’s appeal, thank you. Your generous donations help us continue to develop and expand programs to help find homes for dogs and cats in need.

If you would like to find out more information or to donate, visit dogshome.com/donate

D74W1704Woolworths Christmas pet food appeal

For nearly 30 years Woolworths customers have included shelter dogs and cats on their Christmas lists as part of the Woolworths Christmas Pet Food Appeal – and we are delighted to see the appeal return in 2015.

This year more than 60 participating stores around Victoria will fill the bowls of tens of thousands of deserving dogs and cats coming through our doors.

Thank you to everyone who has donated so far. Your generous donations allow us to allocate vital funds to other important resources including our adoption and foster programs.

To view a list of participating stores, click here.

 

Thank you

From everyone at The Lost Dogs’ Home we would like thank you for your support in 2015.  It is with your ongoing support that we can continue to look after the dogs and cats coming into our care.