As you can see we have now completed our challenge. The next challenge is to try and raise as much as we can for it. You can still make any donation to paypal.me/Amandaspooner. We hope that all our efforts won’t be in vain as there is a serious side to this and that’s to raise much needed funds for the struggling animal rescue centres up and down the UK, (smaller, non-profit ones) who really do an amazing job of putting an animal that has been broken, usually at the hands of humans, though neglect, abuse and financial gain.
They work 365 days of the year, caring for the many animals that unfortunately find themselves in a sanctuary or rescue centre, to be brought back to health and to regain some trust to allow them to be either freed back into the wild or for domesticated animals, they will try and find them a forever home.
PLEASE, IF YOU CAN DONATE TO paypal.me/Amandaspooner All donations will be given to #Wetnoseanimalaid, who go all over the UK, assessing those most in need of funds to help with much needed, medical supplies, equipment, food, vet bills etc.
The mud was thicker than ever and how we got out with our trainers still on our feet is beyond me SO we climbed over massive logs, scaled many straw stacks, clambered across the river of rafts hauled ourselves up roped water embankments and walls, underground gravel pipes, under the caged mud pits, actually had fun going down the water Hill slide...ran for what seemed a marathon and all in aid of #WETNOSEANIMALAID
WE are so proud to have achieved the course and hope our efforts will raise plenty of funds for a truly well-deserved charity. If you haven't donated but would like to I am keeping the link open for one more week. You can go to paypal.me/AmandaSpooner From us all here at Wetnose thank you ladies for all your hard work, now go get a shower….xx
We are committed to raising funds to help other Animal Rescue Centres who do wonderful work caring for sick animals and wildlife but never get the recognition they truly deserve.
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Many people who make a skydive or parachute jump do so whilst raising funds for a worthwhile cause. UK Parachuting works with over 40 sponsored charities in the UK and around the world. By raising a minimum amount of funds for these good causes you could get your jump for FREE.
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to jump 13,000 feet at 120 mph?
We are looking for a group of people maybe 5 or 6 to get involved and be part of our jump on the Friday 29th September 2017 or over that weekend. You will be joining a group of likeminded people who all want to help raise money for Wetnose Animal Aid charity and take on the epic challenge of completing a skydive.
If this is your first jump we recommend a Tandem Skydive; you’ll be strapped to a highly experienced professional but be able to experience the full thrill of a full skydive, so you can smile and enjoy the ride!
Where? – UK Parachuting at Beccles Airfield
How much? – Registration Fee £100. There is a minimum fundraising target of £300 to cover the cost of your jump, so ask family and friends or work colleges to sponsor you.
Alexandra Bastedo Champions Animal Sanctuary in Sussex says “Thank you so much Wetnose for your kind donations and for coming to visit us on our Open Day”. RIP Alexandra wonderful lady.
Tamara Lloyd says “Thank You Wetnose for being so kind and helping with a donation, lovely to meet you and show you all the horses and other animals”.
Corrin says “Thank you so much for helping Ruby with your donation”.
Wendy Valentine says “Thank you Wetnose for your kind donation, it really helps us to continue with all out work, glad you enjoyed the visit”.
“Thank you Wetnose for your help and £2,000 donation and also for taking on 2 of our GSD’s Tammy and Archie, donations mean we can carry on with our work”.
Rosemary Kind says “Thank you for your £1,000 donation it really is lovely to receive this kind donation so we can help pay off some of our vets bill”.
Kate Robinson says “Thank you Wetnose for your kind donation mean a lot especially to the animals”.
Thank you for your support and kindness this mean so much to all of us, especially the animals”.
Natalie Torr says “Thank you Wetnose for your £1,000 donation this really will help us kick start our training workshop off”.
Roy Marriott says “Thank you Andrea for all your help and support, your donation means a lot”.
Stacey McSpirit says “Thank you Wetnose for all the good work you are doing helping animals, I’ve been doing this for over 30 years and it doesn’t get any easier, much appreciated”.
Lyn Purdon says “Thank you Andrea and Gavin from Wetnose your £1,500 donation will help many animals on the islands of Greece”.
Charles Wartenburg says “Gavin your help and support during your visit and your generous £3,000 donation is just fantastic thank you from us all here in the Philippines, hope you enjoyed your trip”.
Abed Battah (manager of the sanctuary in Israel) says “Wetnose, thank you for helping donkeys in desperate need across Israel and Palestine”.
Vesna says “Wetnose you’re wonderful people thank you for helping Greek animals”. Rip Vesna…
Yoon Kerr says “Thank you for your generous and very special donation of £2,000”.
John Dalley says” Hello and thank you for your donation of £1,000 this is wonderful news”.
Julie Wartenburg (Founder) says “Wetnose your donation for £2,000 is just wonderful thank you for your support, lovely to meet you both”.
Vickee Taylor says “Wetnose thank you so much for your £500 donation, much appreciated”.
So thrilled & delighted 2 give @Nowzad @PenFarthing donation £3,500 have been over there & seen them all work so hard in harsh conditions, lovely team Hannah and Pen.
Vickee Taylor from Algarve Cat Rescue Portugal says “Wow the cat play station is wonderful thank you Wetnose just what they need to play on”.
Wenda Shehata says “The Cattle Feed is perfect for the cows thank you Wetnose”.
Patricia says “Thank you so much for all the boxes of goodies sent to us and for all the money donations, all the animals need your support”
Mitch Withey says “Buying animal food for us really helps keep our bills down, any help is most welcome thanks Wetnose”.
Jane says “Thank you for paying £200 off our vets bill, great to know Wetnose is able to help when needed”.
Stella Hulott says “A big thank you for giving us £250 for our vets bills, it really helps us re-home rats and other small animals”.
Juliette Cuncliffe says “At last a moment to officially thank you for your very kind donation of £200, there are many animals here in Nepal that need so much, this will help with our spaying programme”.
Sharon Reynolds says “Thank you for the £200 towards our vet’s bill, we always try and help Staffies so our bills are high but from Lynn De Costa and myself thanks for your support”.
Suzanne Barbour says “Thank you Wetnose for your paypal donations it’s not easy getting donations over here, hay over here is now is getting so expensive so every donation counts”.
Susan Grant says “Paying off our vet’s bills means so much as I can now pay for a new rabbit hutch and run thank you Wetnose”.
Geoff says “Thank you so much Wetnose for £300 donation.”
Chris Hart says “Thank you so much for your generous donation of £300, our founding sisters join me in sending you our heartfelt thanks”.
“Thank you Wetnose for the £650 we can now go ahead and get our old shelter replaced”.
Sue Burton says “Thank you for coming over to see the horse your cheque for £500 will help us with a new field shelter after the other one was blown down”.
Lyz says “Thank you so much for the cat food, and haylage for the horses, your £1,000 will help us through the winter”.