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Save Our Strays And Help The Environment Too With Our New E-card!

Are you looking to send a Christmas message to family and friends near or far? We now have a new Christmas e-card featuring one of our very own rescue dogs, the beautiful Angel. Simply click the link below for Dont Send Me a Card, make a donation, write your special message and then send to your loved ones across the world.

All donations will help give the dogs in our care a fantastic Christmas.

Could you support Hope Rescue by becoming a Trustee?

Please note that these are voluntary roles, not paid posts.

Closing date: 05 January 2020

Interviews to be held during January 2020

The Hope Rescue Board leads and governs the charity, ensuring that we operate in accordance with the required legislation. To complement the current strength of our Board, and as part of our succession planning, we are looking for engaging and dynamic professionals to join our charity, to lead us through the next phase of our development. 

Vacancy - Community and Events Fundraiser

At Hope Rescue we have ambitious plans to grow our work caring for stray and abandoned dogs across South Wales. We need to grow our unrestricted income in line with our growth plans and that means expanding our small fundraising team.

The perfect candidate will be an experienced fundraiser. An enthusiastic self-starter with the ability to motivate volunteers, donors and corporate supporters to raise funds for the Rescue Dogs. This role will suit a candidate who is looking to get their teeth into an autonomous role and build on the success of our existing community and events programme.

Job Vacancy: Apprentice Administration Assistant

We're thrilled to be offering an exciting apprenticeship opportunity at our Hope Rescue centre in Llanharan. The apprentice will provide reception and administrative support for the day to day operations of our busy rescue centre. The role provides a unique opportunity to gain a variety of skills across different functions including reception, fundraising, retail and animal welfare as well as gaining an NVQ Level 2 qualification in Business Administration. The opportunity is open to anyone aged between 16 to 19 years old.

Waggy Welsh Walk 2019

Join Hope Rescue for the Waggy Welsh Walk 2019

4pm - 6pm, Saturday 23 November

Starting out from Whitmore Bay on Barry Island, we will be walking a picturesque three mile circular walk. Take in the breathtaking views from the clifftops as we head out to sandy Jacksons Bay just as the sun sets. The walk will continue on solid paths and sand for three miles, finishing up where we started.

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