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Greyhound Lifeline like to keep you informed of various events and happenings. Please check this page frequently as it is updated often.

Camping with Greyhounds - Fun Weekend

Greyhound Lifeline are pleased to announce they will be hosting a Camping with Greyhounds – Fun Weekend on the 28th and 29th July 2018.

All visitors welcome – campers, caravans, motor homes and day visitors (Saturday only).  Lots of fun games and events throughout the weekend including an evening BBQ.  Please see the poster for more information.

Event Updates:

Sunday 10th June Greyhound Lifeline hosted a walk in Church Crookham for the Great Global Greyhound Walk.  We saw 44 greyhounds and 4 other sighthounds in attendance plus human families of course.

The weather was warm, a little cooler than last year and the route was beautiful too! All attendees enjoyed refreshments courtesy of this year’s volunteer walk organisers and their venue manager. Thank you to Diane, Kathryn and Caroline for a very well organised and professional event.

All our four legged friends and one three legged greyhound all enjoyed their Bonios as a well done with of course a well earned rest!

We were extremely fortunate too for all of the donations which raised £146.56. Thank you everyone!

Our kennel hound representatives were Ferret, Warrior and Ice. All three were superb ambassadors for their breed and they did us proud.

Farnham Street Collection:

Saturday 26th May Greyhound Lifeline were in Farnham Town Centre, raising awareness to the public about greyhounds as pets. We had a fantastic day, lots of supporters came along to see us and the greyhounds in attendance. We managed to raise £569.57 to help care for the greyhounds within our care.

Thank you to everyone who helped and to those fantastic people who came along to support us and donate.

Greyhound Lifeline Kennel Open Day:

We are very pleased to say that the final total raised from Sunday 20th May’s Open Day was £2280.31 (and a button)!

Well done and thank you to all the volunteers involved for their hard work and thank you too to those of you who purchased goods and donated coppers, prizes, items to sell etc.
A great day for the greyhounds.

Future Events:

Fleet Street Collection – Saturday 22nd September:
We will be in Fleet on this date raising awareness of Greyhound Lifeline.

Farnborough Street Collection – Saturday 1st December:

How you can help Greyhound Lifeline:
Easyfundraising:

Help us Raise Donations, for Free! Did you know that you can support Greyhound Lifeline by shopping online?

Every time you shop online via easyfundraising at one of the 3,300 retailers including John Lewis, Sainsbury’s and Booking.com, a donation will be made to Greyhound Lifeline and it won’t cost you an extra penny.

It’s really simple to get started:
Go to www.easyfundraising.co.uk
Sign up for free
Get shopping – your donations will be collected by easyfundraising and automatically sent to Greyhound Lifeline. It couldn’t be easier!
There are no catches or hidden charges and Greyhound Lifeline will be really grateful for your donations.
Thank you for your support.

Amazon Wish List:

Greyhound Lifeline has created its very own wish list, we have put together all the things that we use within the kennels to keep our greyhounds fit, healthy and enjoying life!

If you would like to buy the greyhounds a present, to help buy the every day essentials, please visit our list.

To find this list please follow the instructions below:
Go to Find a List.
Enter the name – ‘Greyhound Lifeline’.
Click Search.
Once you’ve found the List you’re looking for, you can Click Remember if you’d like to save a link to it. Note: This step is optional.

Hart Lottery:

We now have a Hart Lottery page, we already have over thirty supporters, please support us by buying your ticket and helping us to reach our target of fifty supporters.

Visit – www.hartlottery.co.uk/support/greyhound-lifeline
DON’T FORGET TO CHOOSE GREYHOUND LIFELINE AS THE BENEFICIARY of 50% of your ticket price. You can win up to £25,000 yourself, the draws take place weekly. Payment online with either direct debit or credit card.

All money raised will support the greyhounds in our care.
Fingers crossed everyone, let the winning begin!

Homed Dogs:

Rocky, Wilson, Ferret and Siren.

New Arrivals:

Warrior, Jupiter, Mars, Raven and Hawk.

Meet fun loving Jupiter.

Say hello to Warrior.

Dogs in Foster Care:

Annie and Ice.

Meet fun loving Annie.

Toy Appeal:

We are getting low on soft toys for our kennel hounds, if you have any spare dog toys at home that you wouldn’t mind donating, our greyhounds would love to have them!
We are also looking for old footballs for our greyhounds to use to keep active!
Please can we ask that they are non-squeaky toys, thank you.

Dog Walkers:

We are in need of dog walkers to join our team on a Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, to help exercise our kennel dogs each day. If you would like to find out more information about this then please get in contact.

You can email us on enquiries@greyhoundlifeline.co.uk or ring us on 07828128378 or 07769348310. Thank you.

Fundraising:

Do you have a selection of unwanted gifts that you are wondering what to do with?
If you do then we’d love to receive them for fundraising purposes. Un-opened smellies, perfume, childrens’ toys, games (board and electronic), jewellery and small electrical items including power tools, radios, computer accessories are most wanted.
Unfortunately we cannot accept books (we’re severely overstocked with these already) or clothing.

Thank you to all who donate and support our work. Please contact us for information about where to drop off donated items.

If you are unsure about the suitability of your items please email our fundraising team on – fundraisingforgreyhoundlifeline@outlook.com.

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