We as a group have raised money for various charities by doing events and also sponsored a dog for supplying her with insulin for a year.

2010 - 2017 - We are very proud to have raised £4,132 for various charities, and donated £1,100 to help Newfoundland dogs in need.

 A total of £5,232!

2017

In 2017 we raised a further £200 for Petsavers and by collecting funds at the Guildford Christmas Lights switch on in Nov 2017, and with some corporate match funding, we raised £360 for the charity Seeability www.seeability.org  

2016

In 2016 we raised a further £200 for Petsavers and another £128 for The Halow Project. We also collected £248 for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal making a total of £576 for charity.

Newfs In Action also supported the Dover Divas, who swam the Channel and raised £5000 for The Royal Life Saving Society.  

£250 was alos sent from our "Hooli" fund to help a Newfoundland dog in need of urgent surgery. 

2015.

In 2015 we raised £200, which we have donated to "Petsavers". Petsavers is dedicated to improving the health of pets, providing vets with a better understanding of the illnesses that affect animals. Petsavers has been in existence since 1974. (www.petsavers.org.uk). At the end of the year we also sent a further £100 to support this charity

 

 

2014 

2014. In 2014 we continued to support The Halow Project (www.halowproject.org.uk) and by collecting funds at the Guildford Christmas lights, and with some corporate match funding, we raised £462.

The Halow Project is dedicated to creating opportunities and supporting young people aged 16-35 with a learning disability so that they are able to live an independent, meaningful, fulfilled lives and become more involved in their local community.

2013

We raised £333 for The Halow Project (www.halowproject.org.uk). we are very proud of this and delighted to support them. Prada and Zoe went to meet some of the young people who are helped by the project and deliver the cheque to them:

 

 

 

2012

In 2012/13 at the end of the year we donated £250 to the Littlestone Lifeboat RNLI station.

  

 

We also raised £35 for Swale Playground, as well as undertaking a display to help them raise more funds.

 

2011 

In 2011 at the Guildford Christmas Lights we raised £252 for Shooting Star Chase.

Shooting Star CHASE is your local children's hospice charity caring for over 600 families living in western London, Surrey and West Sussex. They aim to make every day count for children and teenagers with life-limiting conditions, and their families. The services are available 365 days a year, and families receive support free of charge, in their own homes and communities and at two children's hospices. If you would like to donate money yourself or find out more information please visit http://www.shootingstarchase.org.uk/

We also sent £41 to the Royal British Legion for the poppy appeal. 

 

 

 

2010 

In 2010 at the Guildford Christmas Lights we raised £1000 for Combat Stress. Combat Stress is the UK's leading charity that specialises in the treatment and support of British Armed Forces Veterans who have mental health problems. Mental ill-health affects ex-Service men and women of all ages. Right now, we're supporting over 5,000 Veterans aged from 20 to 101. We're a vital lifeline for these men and women, and their families. Our treatment and support services are always free of charge, and are proven to work. If you would like to donate money yourself or find out more information please visit http://www.combatstress.org.uk/

 

Hooli Fund Donations 

2013 - We helped an elderly dog who suffered Bloat at one of our events. Our money helped to pay her vet bill. She had the very best care from Yew Tree Vets in Cranleigh and lived a further 18 months. 

Also in 2011 we sponsored a dog called Winnie who needed shots of insulin so we donated £350 to help supply her with the much needed insulin.