Complete a quick and secure registration at www.gifttocharity.co.uk and choose The Labrador Rescue Trust as your cause to support. You can now shop in store at a dozen High Street chains with over 1000 outlets nationwide and online with 2100 retailers, service providers and utility companies. In store partners include Superdrug, Dorothy Perkins, Halfords, Sports Direct and CineWorld.
Every purchase earns you cashback which is split 50/50 between yourself and our charity – this is at no additional cost to you, the customer.
www.easyfundraising.org.uk – Raise funds for The Labrador Rescue Trust for free when shopping online with over 600 popular retailers including Argos, Next, Amazon, M&S, John Lewis, Boots, Debenhams, HMV, Vodafone, DELL, The Body Shop®, PLAY.com, Interflora, Comet and many more.
www.easysearch.org.uk – Use easysearch every time you search the web and they’ll give 50% of the fees paid by their advertising sponsors to The Labrador Rescue Trust.
www.everyclick.com – Search the web with Everyclick and raise money for The Labrador Rescue Trust for free when you select us as your chosen charity.
www.giveacar.co.uk – scrapping cars for charity! ‘Giveacar’ is a not-for-profit company that facilitates the donation of scrap cars to charity. They are able to pick up any car/vehicle, anywhere in the UK, at no cost to the customer and donate the scrap metal value to charity. Just select The Labrador Rescue Trust as your chosen charity and 80% of the value will be donated to us.
Beautiful Joe’s supply ethical dog treats. Every time you buy a packet of Beautiful Joe’s they give the same quantity of treats away to a canine rescue home.
The Trust is grateful to Nutravet for their ongoing support of our work. Nutravet supports animal welfare by offering high quality, pharmaceutical grade products made from natural ingredients which are available to all pet owners, exclusively through veterinary practices.
Flowers direct from Guernsey
Charity Flowers – a way to buy flowers and help us at the same time! If you place an order please quote the code ‘The Labrador Rescue Trust’, and The Trust will receive 15% of the overall cost of your order
www.ebay.co.uk – Sell online at Ebay and donate a percentage of the final selling price to The Labrador Rescue Trust (minimum £1.00 if your item sells).
www.chienbleutravel.com – a trustworthy, go-to source of information for exquisite hotels truly welcoming to dogs.
www.facebook.com – The Labrador Rescue Trust has an ever growing group on this popular networking site. Catch up with the latest LRT news, who’s new in foster and their antics and what LRT is getting up to in your area. To join simply click here and join us now.
Valley Pet Crematorium – “Valley Pet Crematorium offers a local, personal and caring service. At a difficult time we offer you peace of mind and a duty of care.”
Burns Petfood – popular and healthy nutrition. The Trust is grateful to Burns for their ongoing support of some of our special needs dogs
Royal Canin – popular and healthy nutrition. The Trust is grateful to Royal Canin for their ongoing support of our work
Hill’s – popular and healthy nutrition. The Trust is grateful to Hill’s for their ongoing support of some of our special needs dogs – including ‘cuddly’ Dudley – http://www.labrador-rescue.com/tlrt-slimmer-of-the-year-2008-contenders/#c1
Chudleys – manufacturer of a wide range of dog foods to suit most dogs. The trust is grateful to the new home welcome packs and the support & sponsorship given to the Labrador Rescue annual shows and local events
The Good Dog Guide – Useful tips and advice
Dog Friendly Britain – the only dog-friendly site you’ll ever need
James is a BA (Hons) Illustration graduate from University College Falmouth. He works in coloured pencils and pen to create life-like portraits of all types of dogs (particularly Labradors!)
Please contact him for further details on 07729864702 or email email@example.com.
A donation to The Labrador Rescue Trust will be made for any work commissioned.
www.orthopets.co.uk – “Veterinary Orthotic & Prosthetic Solutions”
Please note: The Labrador Rescue Trust is not responsible for the content of any external sites.