The Dog Training Rehabilitation Programme
Fundraising

As a small organisation, all money raised through fundraising is hugely appreciated and very valuable to us at Paws for Progress! Whether you are interested in hosting a fundraiser, helping out at fundraisers or donating raffle prizes for our fundraisers, all of the information you need can be found below.

There are many different ways that you can raise money for Paws for Progress, from non-uniform days and bake sales, to sponsored walks and runs. If you’re able to run your own fundraiser independently then we would love to help by providing materials such as information leaflets, collection tins, and branded t-shirts for those taking part.

Get in touch with our team at info@pawsforprogress.co.uk if you would like support organising your fundraising event, or if you would like us to help promote your fundraiser then you can always tag us on Twitter or Facebook with the tag @PawsforProgress.

Alternatively, you can join our own fundraising team by signing up as a volunteer! Check out our volunteer page for more details.

If you wish to help with fundraising by donating gifts to be used as raffle prizes then this would be greatly appreciated. Raffle prizes can include goods for both dogs and people, such as dog toys, coats and treats, or shop vouchers, cosmetics or drinks etc. Our offices are based at the University of Stirling, so contact us by email to arrange a time to drop off any donations, or post to:

Paws for Progress CIC

C/o Psychology

School of Natural Sciences

University of Stirling

Stirling

FK9 4LA

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Every donation, large or small, will help us to enhance the well-being of people and animals

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