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Blue Cross Week 2019

Blue Cross Week 2019

Could you change a life in just one week?

We're looking for local businesses to join in with our biggest fundraising week of the year by taking part in Blue Cross Week this October…. From running to baking, fancy dress to quizzes there are so many ways you get involved and change a life during Blue Cross Week.

Go to www.bluecross.org.uk/bluecrossweek to find out more and order you FREE fundraising pack which includes lots of great ideas for joining in including posters, a collection box and loads more goodies to help you along the way.

Your fundraising during Blue Cross week will help us:

·       - find new homes for homeless and abandoned pets

·       - care for sick and injured pets when their owners can’t afford private treatment

·       - help pets with behavioural issues to have happy, healthy futures

·       - educate pet owners of the future by giving talks and offering advice

 

·       - support people struggling to cope with the loss of a much loved pet 

wwww.bluecross.org.uk/bluecrossweek

Article by Blue Cross

We are an animal welfare charity with a £4million flagship rehoming centre located at Wherstead, on the putskirts of Ipswich.

Our Suffolk team cared for nearly 800 animals in 2018. The centre costs over £550,000 to run each year but receives no government funding, and so relies greatly on the kindness and support of the local community to help with fundraising in order to continue providing expert care for animals in need.

Nationwide, we help thousands of pets in need every month, providing veterinary care, expert behaviour help and find them loving happy homes, as well as advice and education for current or future pet owners, schools and youth groups, and providing invaluable emotional support to a nation of pet owners via our pet bereavement support service. We receive no government funding so are entirely dependent on voluntary donations in order to continue providing these projects.

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www.bluecross.org.uk