Hello again. More exciting news that you might not know about. You can raise money for Labradors in Need by saving your used stamps. Not only that, but you can request a free envelope to send them  in.

The fundraising stamp scheme was first brought to our attention by one of our Coordinators Kathryn Adams a couple of years ago.  We get a steady amount donating regularly. So with our larger audience, we are hoping to improve on this by getting more people to save for LIN and give us your stamp of approval.

To get your free envelope please visit http://www.fundraisingstamps.com/contact-us

Another of our other methods of raising much needed funds is Recycle for Charity. This is another scheme that was brought to our attention by one of our lovely volunteers Lydia James. What we need from you is your inkjet cartridges. For every usable inkjet they receive, the rescue will receive £1.00.  The arranged collection is closed until 31st October 2016 due to the company moving premises.

To get your free envelope please visit http://www.recycle4charity.co.uk/ArrangeCollection.aspx

Then finally we have easyfundraising. This scheme was brought to our attention by one of our fabulous trustees and treasurer Michelle Williams. Easyfundraising is the UK’s number one charity cashback platform, working with over 3,100 popular shops and sites to give everyone a free way to support Labradors In Need, and grow our revenue.

Every time anyone shops through easyfundraising, they collect a free donation for the charity or good cause that they support. Lots of causes like ours are raising money every day, simply by encouraging their friends, family, community and supporters to buy everything through easyfundraising.

To sign up please visit https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/ and choose Labradors In Need as your cause.

All of these lovely people are also available to give advice on our Facebook fundraising page. Here you can see what other ideas our volunteers have. Or you yourself might have a great idea to help raise funds. If you’re on Facebook why not pop along and request to join our friendly group.

Visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/721768834562522/

We hope to be adding you soon.