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Please save your used stamps to help our German Shepherds

Postby Woof! » Mon Dec 16, 2013 7:48 pm

One way you can help us is to collect used stamps and then send them to us. It doesn't matter where you live - just save up the stamps, pop them into an envelope and then send them to us.

So far, we've raised £60 from selling all your used stamps, so please keep sending them in. Every stamp can make a difference to our German Shepherds! There's guidelines for sending you stamps in on Fundraising Stamps' website here at http://www.fundraisingstamps.com/#!tips/cojr
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Re: Please save your used stamps to help our German Shepherd

Postby Woof! » Wed May 21, 2014 8:30 pm

Big news on the stamp front!

We have become a Charity Partner with Fundraising Stamps - you can see our partner page at http://www.fundraisingstamps.com/#!vigi ... scue/c152f

Collecting stamps is very easy to do and a great way to raise funds for us. The more stamps you can send in, the more money we can raise to help our wonderful dogs! Visit http://www.fundraisingstamps.com/#!vigi ... scue/c152f to find out more.

A big thank you to everyone who has already sent stamps in, including Dunstow GSD Training Club in Northampton (http://www.dustongsd.org.uk/index.php) and all those of you who are already collecting stamps for us, and also to Paul at Fundraising Stamps for giving us the chance to become a Charity Partner :-)
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Re: Please save your used stamps to help our German Shepherd

Postby Woof! » Tue Sep 02, 2014 8:56 pm

Thank you to everyone who's been busy collecting stamps for us and brought them to the Vigil Fun Day Dog Show or handed them over to us at Treetops :-)

Your stamps have raised £62.79 which has paid for one week's kennelling for one dog - a fantastic result!

It just shows that every stamp makes a difference!
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