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Ability Dogs
4 Young People

Helping us Raise Funds:

How you can help us raise funds

There are many ways that you can help us raise funds, and as we rely entirely on donations you can be sure that any money raised or time given will make a real difference. You can choose to support us as an individual, with friends or through your work. This page links you to pages with more information about helping us raise funds, whether it is time or money you would like to donate. We are also involved with recycling schemes which help the environment as well.

Only with your support, and the support of other volunteers like you, can we train these dogs to help disabled people. Thank you for your time and commitment - every pound makes a difference.

  • Make a donation
    If you would like to make a donation, you can do so online, by text, by sending a cheque or giving cash. Don't forget to GiftAid it - more details.
  • Recycling
    We are recycling ink cartridges, mobile phone, plastic milk bottle tops and stamps - find out more in our recycling newsletter here.
  • Sell on eBay
    If you have items you are selling on eBay you can choose to donate a percentage of the sale price to Ability Dogs 4 Young People. Or you can give us the items and we will sell them on our eBay pages - find out more soon.
  • Adopt a puppy or sponsor a dog
    Adopt a puppy or sponsor a dog with regular or one off giving - more details.
  • Hold a fund raising event
    A fun way to include your friends - some ideas soon.
  • Complete a sponsored challenge
    Surprise yourself! Do something you've always wanted to try - more details soon.
  • Come to our fund raising events
    We'd love to see you - events.
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Ability Dogs 4 Young People: Island trained for Island people

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Phone: 01983 216246          Email: info@abilitydogs4yp.org.uk

Ability Dogs 4 Young People IOW          Registered Charity No. 1154896                               Patron: Danny Briggs

Training assistance dogs for disabled young people on the Isle of Wight