The Dog Training Rehabilitation Programme
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Local Giving

Local Giving is a great way of donating to Paws for Progress, with opportunities for Local Giving to match your donation too!

You can donate to Paws for Progress either as a one off payment or standing order through our Local Giving page.

A £10 donation will provide treats for our students to use to train the rescue dogs for 1 week.

£30 donations will help to provide essential supplies (e.g. harness & lead) needed for dog training sessions.

£100 contributes significantly to costs of rescue dogs attending the course.

Thank you for any donations, large or small, they are all greatly appreciated and allow us to continue the work we do.

Buy an item from our Amazon Wishlist

You can easily buy a gift for our dogs or students through out Amazon wishlist, which our team keeps up to date with equipment that we’re needing for our dog training programmes. This is a great way of contributing directly to the students and dogs taking part in our services!

Paws for Progress amazon wishlist

 

Easyfundraising

It’s really easy to support us while you shop online, at no extra cost to you! The online stores include; Tesco, M&S, Amazon, John Lewis and thousands more. At no extra cost to you the easyfundraising will make a donation to Paws for Progress! It’s quick and easy to sign up, follow the link and spread the word among family and friends too!

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Help support our work by making a donation

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

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