Did you forget to send a card to someone and think it’s now too late? Don't worry, you still have time to send an “e-card” instead.
Please take a look at the cards you could send electronically and donate the cost of greetings cards to the Hope Rescue dogs. The money will go to our fabulous Rescue Centre project and is a wonderful paperless green solution!
We really do have some wonderful supporters - photographer Edyta Rice has produced a stunning calendar of Welsh landscapes and is donating her profits to us. The calendar would make a lovely gift for someone - or a present for yourself!
Please visit her Facebook page to see the incredible photographs that she has taken for the calendar and place your orders - it will make a great Christmas gift and at the same time will help our dogs.
At this time of year we're all busy writing and posting off lots of Christmas cards so why not try something different and donate the cost of cards and stamps to help Hope Rescue dogs? You can see the cards available here: www.dontsendmeacard.com/ecard/r8DV
As a new feature this year, you can also post e-cards to Facebook and donate the cost of greeting cards to us!
Christmas is fast approaching and at this time of year our wish is to get our kennel dogs into foster to enjoy some of the festive season in a home environment.
If you would like to find out about becoming a Christmas foster home, we would love to hear from you.
Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or call us on 07895 705916 for a no-obligation chat.
We need your help with a big day on Tuesday 29th November - #GivingTuesday.
We’ll be joining thousands of people across the UK who are committing to doing good stuff all on the same day, including some of the UK’s biggest brands, charities and celebrities.
Our temporary charity shop is now open! You can find it in Market Street, Caerphilly (no. 4a) next to Brinsons, opposite the Twyn Community Centre. We will be operating from there while our shop in Pontypridd is being totally refurbished. You can see how our shop in Pontypridd is taking shape here.
Currently all of our dogs are placed in a foster home to be assessed before being rehomed. This helps us find the perfect forever home that meets with the dog's requirements. If you are passionate about dogs, a good communicator, enjoy supporting and helping others and can dedicate your spare time to rehoming a dog in need, this could be a great opportunity for you.
Our intention has always been to do a complete refurbishment of our charity shop in Pontypridd. We are delighted to say that we have just had some good news – we have been successful with our grant applications for the work. In total we have been awarded £138,192 from Rhondda Cynon Taf CBC Pontypridd Townscape Enhancement Programme and the Welsh Church Act Fund.
Be one of the crowd – join in to help us raise funds to buy our very own rescue centre in Rhondda Cynon Taff! Our crowdfunding page is one way you can help and is aimed at businesses and organisations who are interested in sponsorship and other corporate supporter benefits.
We are pleasesd to announce that we have now broken through the £10,000 mark for our Rescue Centre Appeal.
The Justgiving appeal, offline donations and the Crowdfunder combined total now stands at £10,152.88. We still have a number of Hope Heroes and organisations busy fundraising, special events organised such as a pop-up shop in Caldicot, the current online auction and a soon-to be-launched raffle.