Great Dane Care Charitable Trust                                                  

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With so many dogs coming through the rescue centre, needing veterinary attention, food, exercise, warmth & care, we have major bills to pay. If you'd like to support the work we do, both we and most importantly, the dogs, will really feel the benefit of your support & generosity.

How to Donate There are several ways you can help. Thank You. If you would like to set up a standing order please download the form HERE Standing order Form or in PDF . You may also send a cheque to :- Great Dane Care Charitable Trust,,Y Bwthyn Cenninpedr, Llangunnor, Carmarthen, SA32 8AG


Text Giving                                                                             Giftaid


PayPal

To make an immediate online donation, please click the button below & follow the instructions from  PayPal/ebay

T-Shirts

Making a text donation via your mobile phone couldn't be simpler. Just text the code DANE01 and the amount you would like to donate to 70070. That's it. Quick  & simple. You can donate amounts of  £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or more

Gift Aid allows the charity to claim an amount of money equivalent to the tax you'd normally pay on the amount of the donation making every donation worth between 28%-40% depending on your income tax bracket. This represents a significant amount of money to us, so we'd like to ask you to download the form HERE, fill it out, and post it back to us.







To: 70070

DANE01 £5

We will soon have a range of T shirts & polo shirts available.

DONATIONS 2014


TRUST FUNDS

Yorkshire Building Society  Foundation  £420

Walker 597 Animal Trust  £ 200

Funeral flower  money    DATE     AMOUNT

Mr Steve Bell                   05.04.14  £1292.45

Mr Roy Higgins                03.07.14  £402.44


Previous owner donations. For Julius’s vets bills in excess of £1300

Several previous owners have given donations to help with re-homing costs which is always very much appreciated but not all owners are in a position to do so.

Our 2014 calendars proved a great success again this year thanks to all our customers and despite a printer’s error. Next year’s will be much better!! Our generous sponsor ensures that the printer is paid so every sale goes into our funds. A good start to the year.

Mr & Mrs W Harrison sponsored a deaf, almost blind Dane £200, a great help, luckily now re-homed, another happy Dane.

Regular donations are paid in by an anonymous lady from Cardiff. Mrs J Micklewright, and A Dooley.

Donations of items for raffles and tombola, collars and leads, and bedding also  transportation, home checking involve time and vehicle running costs,  are also invaluable hidden help.

Burn’s Pet Nutrition continue to  provide our greatest asset of high quality food and good nutritional friendly advice.

Great Dane Care appreciates everyone who generously donate money so we can carry on rescuing and re-homing this wonderful breed. Please if you want to help this way then go to our “How to Donate” information above.

For more information on gift aid click here For more information on Just Giving click here

Easy Fundraising

Easy Fundraising  You can now raise money for Great Dane Care every time you surf, shop or search online. Click HERE to find out how.

Stamps

STAMPS  Collect your used stamps and send them to Liz Davies, Y Bwthyn Cenninpedr, Llangunnor, Carmarthen, SA32 8AG or you may request FREE POST envelopes from www.fundraisingstamps.com . Be sure to split into British and foreign and leave no more than a quarter of an inch around them.

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