A huge 'Hope Thank You' goes to Lush in Cardiff for hosting a Charity Pot weekend to help raise funds for us.
It was a fantastic day with lots of Hope Rescue dogs coming to help (along with their humans). The staff at Lush were really supportive and they thoroughly enjoyed the day.
We will be holding a Spring Fayre at Mount Pleasant Hall, Pontnewydd, Cwmbran on Saturday 5th March between 12.30 and 3.30pm.
Plenty of free parking.
Stalls will include: Handmade by Hope, Doggy Deli, Teddy tombola, dog collars, leads etc, cakes and refreshments and a raffle.
Well behaved dogs are welcome.
All offers of help on the day greatly appreciated. If you can help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This Mother's Day why not send your dog-loving Mum the best gift of all – a heartfelt e-card and donation to Hope Rescue.
Simply click on the link below and follow the easy instructions.
There are a lovely range of cards to choose from and you can add your own personal message. Sending an e-card is far more environmentally friendly too. The best part though is that your donation will be going towards the costs of caring for the Hope Rescue dogs.
Madge asks if you could please give a little bit extra on this Leap Day.
Last week we took delivery of a huge donation of food from the wonderfully generous people at Lily's Kitchen.
As you can see, Sonny and Emily certainly look suitably impressed!
If you have any unwanted Christmas presents, why not put them to good use?
We are always looking for donations for our charity shop in Pontypridd.
The shop is at 77 Taff Street, Pontypridd, CF37 4SU and is open Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 5pm. You can park outside before 11 am for drop offs only, and properly after 3pm. There is also a pay and display car park two minutes walk away.
We would like to wish all our volunteers and supporters a very Happy New Year.
The past year was aother successful one for Hope Rescue and our dogs. Our volunteers, staff, supporters, the rescues that help us, the companies we work with and our grant funders have all ensured that we not only helped a total of 641 dogs last year, but also that they received the very best care. And we also managed to open our first charity shop! The figures break down as follows:
Merry Christmas to all of our amazing staff, volunteers and supporters.
There are so many dogs that now have happy futures to look forward to, thanks to you.
Let's hope that 2016 brings peace, joy and many more forever homes for dogs that need our help.
Here is our very own Ewok (real name Wicket) celebrating the release of the new Star Wars film.
How many Ewoks do you know?
‘Tis the season to be jolly, a time for loving and giving and this is no exception when it comes to the kennel residents of Hope Rescue. At holiday times, we often face a shortage of kennel spaces, so it is doubly important to get our dogs into foster homes. There is literally ‘no room at the inn’ – so a plea for foster homes to give dogs a warm place by the fire is top of the Christmas wish list.