Stray Aid - A Stray Dog's Best Friend - Charity No. 1117372
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Corporate Support

There are many ways in which you can make a real difference to our dogs

Through becoming a corporate partner your company will benefit through various marketing and promotional opportunities which arise through our links with local media and the local community.
Local communities really feel connected to businesses who show they care enough to make a real difference with smaller, local charities.  Not only does it encourage the public to use your service but employees enjoy being part of a team who are giving back to a worthy cause.

There are a number of options your business can take in showing your support to the charity:

Make us your preferred charity of choice,
Become an official sponsor,
Choose to match fund or sponsor and event throughout the year,
Employee fundraising eg dress down day,
Organise a Team Building day to raise money and bring employees together,
Hold a golf day, clay pigeon shoot,
Attend our Charity Ball,
Organise a challenge,
Payroll giving,
Gifts or services in kind.

Community Support

Here are a few ideas that our volunteers have suggested for fundraising:

Hold a Bake sale,
Dye your hair/shave your head,
Host a DVD marathon night,
Hold a coffee morning,
Donate food/blankets/towels/collars/leads to Stray Aid,
Hold a treasure hunt,
Volunteer at Stray Aid,
Host a murder mystery evening,
Do a tombola/raffle,
Have a non-uniform day,
Hold a jumble sale,
Host a quiz night,
Do a rubber duck race,
Ask for Sponsorship for giving up something that you like,
Organise a singing group and perform,
Do a sponsored silence,
Have a charity sports day,
Hold a who's the baby contest (everyone brings a picture of themselves as a baby, then everyone guesses who's who),
Organise a themed night,
Do a charity car wash,
Have a fancy dress event.

Contact Us

Affiliates

Wilson Vet Group

News

12 Dogs of Christmas Update

Published 16/01/2017
So our intrepid volunteers have completed their task! Hannah Critchlow has slept, with her Stray Aid rescue dog Jasper, for the traditional "Twelve Days of Christmas", staring on Christmas Day night. Each night she was joined by another Stray Aid volunteer and their ex-Stray Aid rescue dog. Here are their stories: On this, the first night of Christmas me and Jasper here will be s...…read more

Stray Aid's 12 Dogs of Christmas

Published 22/12/2016
Stray Aid's volunteer team have chosen to spend 12 nights sleeping in the kennels to raise money towards repairs, improving and expanding upon the rehoming centre kennels. The volunteers and their adopted dogs will be sleeping in the 20 Block of kennels that is the first in line to be improved upon. Their target is 12,000 for these 20 kennels and roofing for a further 15 kennels,...…read more

Events

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