Jo Davies

Charity

Hope Rescue
To provide a place of safety for animals, in particular dogs, in emergency or put to sleep situations irrespective of breed or age. To relieve suffering amongst dogs in need of care and protection by reason of sickness, maltreatment, neglect, poor circumstances or other similar cases and to aid the advancement of education of the public in the need and proper care of animals and the prevention of cruelty and suffering.
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Jo Davies

My page: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/2rides4Caninepartners

WHY AM I DOING THIS YOU MIGHT ASK - WELL HERE IS THE ANSWER


For me this is a once in a lifetime venture, one of those bucket list things I guess. I have been cycling for just under 2 years and thoroughly enjoy my time on the bike although it does take me away from two of my other great loves Isis and Frankie my beautiful black Labs. So after a 100 mile bike ride they then get their turn and we go for their favourite leisurely walk alongside the river in Brecon. The poor family rarely get a look in.

I have funded the ride myself and so all the money raised for HOPE will go to HOPE.

WHY HOPE:

HOPE are an amazing charity who do just that give hope to animals who, often through no fault of their own, find themselves unloved and uncared for and this can be for a variety of reasons but sadly all too often due to mistreatment. Animals give us unconditional love and affection and are a source of great comfort and joy. I would not be without my girls. The HOPE face book page often reduces me to tears just reading about what some of these animals go through. Sometimes tears of joy often tears of sadness.

Raising money for Hope is one way I feel I can help. It doesn't offer them the thing they most need 'love' which as we know costs nothing, but hopefully will help the charity in other ways by continuing to pay for desperately needed treatment amongst many other things.

Alfie is just one example - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBaySNAoUo4&feature=youtu.be

and here is the update: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=755047451183488&set=a.548806438474258.1073741828.546317878723114&type=1&theater

Just take a look for yourself - http://www.hoperescue.org.uk/

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hope-Rescue/546317878723114

https://twitter.com/HopeRescue

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