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Ways You Can Help

BLEAKHOLT IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

The Sanctuary, Café, Charity Shops, Bleakholt Shop and Book shop are all closed and we cannot hold or attend fundraising events. We would like to thank everyone who has donated, sent messages of support and continued to help Bleakholt through this difficult time.   We are losing about £55,000 a month in income!

We still desperately need your support during the coming weeks and your donations have never been more important than they are now. Please help if you can – great or small, every single donation will help us. Here’s how:

Please click here to donate through JustGiving

Please click here to donate via our Facebook page (we receive 100% of your donation)  

Please click here to donate on our website

Set up a standing order using the form here, or contact your bank to set up a Direct Debit

You can also simply post a donation to us or make a Bacs Payment. Please don’t forget to Gift Aid if you can!

Sponsor an Animal

A popular way to help is to sponsor one of our animals, so please click here to find out how.

Fundraising

Some of our supporters are finding different ways to do online fundraising for us which we are so grateful for and you can have lots of fun in the process! You can also become a fundraiser from our Facebook page (birthdays are a particular favourite!) and it is easy to get started.

Wish List

We will also continue to update our Amazon Wish List with items we need and please use Amazon Smile to order as they will donate money to us at no cost to you.

Here’s just a few other things we are always in need of:

Chappie dog food – wet or dry

Whiskas Jelly Cat food – tins or pouches

Washing powder

Hay/Straw

Sardines – tinned in sunflower oil

Hot dogs in tins

Sponge Scourers

Once again, massive thank you for your continued support – we can’t do it without YOU.  We wish you all well, stay safe

and we look forward to seeing you again once we can reopen

By | 2020-07-22T12:45:06+00:00 May 14th, 2020|Cat, Dog, Farm, Featured, News, Stables|0 Comments

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