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
Rat Race - 60th Year Challenge
In the first of four challenges to be held throughout the year, Liz ran 25 miles and climbed around 4,500 ft. Although tough, the stunning views of Cornwall made up for it.
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.
Patterdale Patter Walk
All 16 dogs behaved impeccably on Patterdale Terrier UK’s walk in aid of the charity. The day was so successful another walk is planned in the Preston area on 27th July!
Summer Solstice 108 Sun Salutations
The sun shone for Gemma and her group as they celebrated the summer solstice. The group raised £370 for Hounds for Heroes.
The Bichon Breeds Club of Scotland
An absolutely fantastic day was had at the Companion Show held in conjunction Hawick and District CC for Hounds for Heroes. The judge had some very difficult decisions to make.
Race to the King Ultramarathon
Gaby completed the 53.5 mile race in 18 hours and was greeted on the steps of Winchester Cathedral by her husband and dogs – making it all worth it!
Ben Nevis and Beyond
Karen has astounded us with a number of endurance events in aid of the charity, including climbing Ben Nevis, Mount Whitney and her latest adventure, the Sandstone Trail.
Dean Cooke, serving WO1 in the Royal Navy, proudly wearing his Hounds for Heroes colours
Dean ran the Liverpool Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and raised £232 for the charity. He was supported by his wife Mel and family Lab Poppy in her Hounds for Heroes collar and lead!
Remembering Brian Hall
Sean Reeves, a Royal Navy Warrant Officer based at HMS Raleigh, and his wife Jacqui, are aiming to raise £5,000 for Hounds for Heroes. Sean and Jacqui are supporting the charity in memory of Jacqui’s father who died suddenly in January.
Pictured: Warrant Officer 2 Sean Reeves
On 7th May, members of K9 Antics walked in memory of Brodie, a four-legged member who left us far too soon. £212 was raised for Hounds for Heroes.