FUNDRAISING TO MOVE DOGS INTO UK FOSTER

Dog Rescue Cyprus

RAISED SO FAR
£7,626*
*Total estimated excluding gift aid,
minus payment provider fees & with
all donations converted into GBP (£).
DONATIONS
246
TARGET
£1,000
see donations list
lois is donating £10.00 per month with £2.50 gift aid starting 01/10/2017 at 10:58. £20.00
From lois
lois
Amount
£20.00
Date/Time
01/10/2017 10:58:36
Gift Aid
£5.00
Type
Monthly
Nina Nina is donating £15.00 per month with £3.75 gift aid starting 01/10/2017 at 08:18. £30.00
From Nina
Nina
Amount
£30.00
Date/Time
01/10/2017 08:18:15
Gift Aid
£7.50
Type
Monthly
Jody is donating £10.00 per month with £2.50 gift aid starting 25/07/2017 at 14:33. £40.00
From Jody
Jody
Amount
£40.00
Date/Time
25/07/2017 14:33:02
Gift Aid
£10.00
Type
Monthly
Helen Stannard Helen Stannard donated £5.00 with £1.25 gift aid on 25/07/2017 at 13:06. £5.00
From Helen Stannard
Helen Stannard
Amount
£5.00
Date/Time
25/07/2017 13:06:53
Gift Aid
£1.25
Type
One Off
Lynn Poore is donating £10.00 per month with £2.50 gift aid starting 25/07/2017 at 11:56. £40.00
From Lynn Poore
Lynn Poore
Amount
£40.00
Date/Time
25/07/2017 11:56:23
Gift Aid
£10.00
Type
Monthly
Jeanine is donating £10.00 per month with £2.50 gift aid starting 25/07/2017 at 11:51. £40.00
From Jeanine
Jeanine
Amount
£40.00
Date/Time
25/07/2017 11:51:50
Gift Aid
£10.00
Type
Monthly

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Charity Registration No: 1168941

D.O.G Rescue Cyprus was founded by Marilena Peppou in 2011 with a purpose to provide shelter and care for the stray and unwanted dogs of Nicosia, Cyprus at its rescue centre in Dali. It is managed by a small group of volunteers who care for up to 150 dogs and puppies and are responsible for rehoming over 2000 dogs in last five years to countries such as the UK, Netherlands and Germany.

The Cypriot laws permits council owned shelters to euthanize a stray after 14 days if not claimed or adopted, however, D.O.G aims to eradicate the numbers of dogs destroyed by removing them from the kill shelters and placing them under the care of the rescue.

In addition to the high levels of dogs found at council pounds on a daily basis, the rescue centre is often contacted by locals who have found a stray or by the public who no longer want their pet. It is very often that the volunteers will arrive at the centre to be met by several abandoned dogs who have been tied to the railings at the entrance door. It is even more so frequent that these dogs will be very young puppies which are the result of unneutered parents.

In order to continue the care of its dogs, without any sort of government funding, the rescue centre relies upon the donations of its 1200+ supporters through social media and local fundraising events.

In March 2015 the UK registered charity was formed in order to provide further financial assistance to the rescue centre and to assist families in the UK wishing to adopt or foster a Dali dog.

Our mission is to rescue, our dream is that one day we won’t need to.

To join us please search

https://www.facebook.com/groups/dogrescuecyprus/

or visit our website

http://www.dogrescuecyprus.com

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