Dog Charity In Urgent Plea
For People To Put Their Best Foot Forward In This Year’s Wirral Walk
A Dog Rescue Charity, Finding Furever
Homes are working throughout
Merseyside and are desperate for animal loving volunteers to put their stamina to the
test. They are calling for help to raise much needed funds by asking
people to taking part in this year’s Wirral Walk, that will
take place, on Sunday, 12 June 2016.
Finding Furever Homes, who sponsor dogs in rescue across the Country, are
entering a team of supporters into this year’s Wirral Walk to raise much needed
funds for their cause. They currently have a team of 7 volunteers and Trustees
taking part, coming from North Wales, Chester, Shrewsbury, Bolton and Liverpool
among others, but are calling on dog lovers from anywhere in the UK to join
their ranks and raise as much money as they can.
Andrea Newton, a Trustee for the charity who will be taking part this year,
said:- "Without public support we cannot continue our work, so we are
desperate for people to get behind the charity and either sponsor us or take
part themselves and raise as much as they can to help find our rescue dogs furever
The Wirral Walk is a 15 mile walk from Seacombe Ferry to Wirral Country Park
Visitor Centre at Thurstaston. It is run by the Rotary Club of North Wirral, who
have been organising the event since it began in 1986. Since humble beginnings
the Walk has grown to become well known annual event within the North West, last
year raising an estimated £200,000 for various charitable causes. There are also
5 and 10 mile options available.
Andrea said:- "Fundraising events like this are not only good exercise and
a great day out, but a lifeline for our charity, so we are urging anyone who
wants to help to sponsor us or put their best foot forward and sign up."
To sponsor those taking part, please visit:-
JustGiving.Com/TEAMFFH. Anyone interested in taking
part and getting sponsorship on behalf of the charity can find details of how to