Hi! My name is Sarah. I’m not too keen on heights but in a few months time I’ll be putting my fears aside and jumping out of a perfectly good aircraft from over 13,000 feet (2.5 miles) in a charity skydive event to try to raise public awareness and a bit of money for my favourite charity – Doris Banham Dog Rescue.
Unfortunately, despite the amazing and life-saving work they do, not a lot of people know about the Doris Banham charity and I’m determined to change that but I’ll need your help to do it. So please, if you have a bit of cash to spare make a donation on my official Just Giving page. Just a few pounds or pennies, whatever you can afford is great. It all goes towards saving lives and supporting animal welfare so every donation is gratefully received.
Please Note: I’ll be covering the entire cost of the charity skydive myself, so if you are kind enough to make a donation then all of your money will go direct to the charity.
Even if you can’t afford to donate at the moment you can still help! Not enough people know about Doris Banham Dog Rescue, so if you know anyone who’s interested in animal welfare please let them know about the charity and this site. The more public awareness we can raise, the more we can help Doris Banham do their amazing work!
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There are a few more brave souls in the world willing to take the plunge for a good cause!
Samantha and Lee are doing their own charity skydive in memory of their son Cody. They’re jumping to raise money and awareness for SANDS, a great charity that not only helps and supports families who have had the awful experience of losing a baby but also funds research to stop the causes behind it.
Their donation page is here: http://www.bmycharity.com/memoryofcody
So, if you can spare a few quid for a good cause, please head over there and make a donation to help parents and babies all over the UK. They’d both really appreciate it.
Doris Banham have just posted an urgent appeal for four dogs. Linc, Stella, Tegan and Tyson are all in a council pound and due to die because they are not being claimed by an owner or taken by a dog rescue.
Unfortunately, this means they will be put to sleep if they are not taken out of the pound. Doris Banham has the facilities available to take them to safety and all the drive in the world to save them but they literally do not have the funds. We want to stop this tragedy from happening so we’re trying to help raise awareness for Doris Banham’s appeal and hopefully get the vital donations to save the four young dogs.
Please, please, please give what you can to help save these dogs’ lives. Every donation, no matter how small is greatly appreciated.
Here’s the link to the official Doris Banham Dog Rescue donation page