There are endless creative ways you can raise funds for Hounds for Heroes. Our generous fundraisers certainly know how to have fun whilst supporting a great cause.
Here are some ideas to get you started:
- You could organise a sponsored event
- You could run in an organised marathon
- You could make cakes for a coffee morning
- You could ask for donations
Whichever way you choose, remember fundraising should be fun, so don’t feel daunted, we are here to help ensure your organising is as stress-free as possible!
Who should I contact?
If you are thinking of organising an event please contact us:
If you have organised a fundraising event and you’ve got some great photos you are happy for us to share on social media, please send them along with a caption to:
A BIG thank you to our supporters
North Downs Run
Congratulations to Chris for managing to complete the 103 miles and 10,000 ft ascent from Fareham to Ashford in Kent.
In memory of her Dad, Kat completed the 20 mile route conquering hills and steps along the Cornish coast path, donating all monies raised to Hounds for Heroes.
Five conquer the Three Peaks Challenge
Overcoming three unique challenges in Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon, money was raised for Hounds for Heroes.
Pictured: Paul, Thad, Dan, Tom and Kevin
Applause Cabaret are regular fundraisers – performing cabarets to raise money for the charity.
Pictured: Malcolm and Maggie
At their Summer Camp, the Inner Wolf Flyball Team were proud to hand over a cheque to the charity.
Pictured: Julian, Majorie and the Inner Wolf Team
Inflatable 5k Run
Kate a forces wife, mother and a massive dog lover, chose to donate the she money raised by completing the Inflatable 5k run to Hounds for Heroes.
Rewarding Dog Training
Rewarding Dog Training raised £250.86 for Hounds for Heroes at their Fun and Pedigree dog show.
60th Year Challenges
In the second of her four 60th year birthday challenges, Liz completed Man vs Lakes, running 27.5 miles and climbing 4,500 ft.
Sparsholt College Wash 'N' Go
Sparsholt College Dog Grooming Students had fun on Saturday with a Wash ‘N’ Go event for dogs to raise money for Hounds for Heroes.
Ultra Challenge - The Cotswold Way
Lorna has amazed us with the number of endurance events she has undertaken in aid of the charity. Her latest endeavour, probably the most challenging to date – raising £3,500.