Here’s some easy (and free) ways to raise funds for Dogs for Good.
Easy Fundraising and Give as you Live enable you to shop from over 3,000 retailers and donate to us at the same time. If you shop online then you can raise additional money for Dogs for Good without even noticing!
This is a simple and fantastic to raise funds for Dogs for Good if you have a birthday, Anniversary or other special occasion coming up where you can’t get together to celebrate with others. For more details see here.
Pets at Home
Sign up to their VIP club and every time you buy something in-store or online for your pets you can earn points for us that Pets at Home convert into vouchers which we use to buy equipment for our dogs.
If you’re having a declutter and a clear out of old things at home, rather than throw them away, you can sell them on eBay. Great news is that you’re reducing waste, and you can raise funds for Dogs for Good too. Choose to donate anything from 10% to 100% of your sales cost to Dogs for Good. Also, you can save on your fees so for example, if you donate 50% of your selling price to a charity, eBay will waive 50% of your fees. Visit eBay to find out more.
Donate your store loyalty points through Good Causes.
Go green and recycle
If you find any watches, unwanted gold, silver or costume jewellery (including damaged items) or foreign/UK banknotes of any age, then you can post them free of charge to Recycling for Good Causes, and Dogs for Good will receive a donation. Simply print out this envelope (no larger than A5 size) and make sure you write Dogs for Good on the dotted line, for us to receive the funds from your items.
Send a Virtual Card
Don’t Send Me A Card helps you to send a virtual card to someone, without having to go out and post it. If there’s someone you’d like to send a virtual message to, then visit the website to see how it works. You will be supporting Dogs for Good at the same time, which would be greatly appreciated.