Display a Nowzad Poster
Can you display a Nowzad Dogs poster (click the image below to print the PDF A4 version of the Nowzad poster), or add a piece to your local newspaper or magazine? If you have read ‘One Dog at a Time’ and ‘No Place Like Home’ could you write a review for your local magazine, newspaper, book club? It all helps! Do you have your own website or blog? If so, could you help us highlight the work of the charity by adding a link to Nowzad Dogs on your site.
Pennies for Pups
Almost run out of strawberry jam? Scraping the bottom of the peanut butter jar for your morning toast?
Well Nowzad has a use for that empty jar once you have given it a wash out! ‘Pennies for Pups’ or if you are from the ‘other’ side of the pond then ‘Nickels for Nowzad’
By sending Nowzad a self-addressed envelope (correct postage please!) we will send you a Nowzad ‘Pennies for Pups’ sticker that will brighten up your old jam jar whilst gently reminding you to place your discarded pennies into the pot. Full instructions are included to let you know how to donate once your jar is full.
How many pennies or nickels will it take for you to fill your jam jar or in the Nowzad household ~ empty crunchy peanut butter jar (which Nowzad loves by the way…)
If you would like to receive a Pennies for Pups stick please send SAE’s to:
The Meriel Suite
Hartnoll Farm Business Centre
Or alternatively please download your stickers by clicking on the images below.
Friends of Nowzad
As you know Nowzad is always looking at ways to spread the word about our work and raise vital funds for the charity. We have now set up an initiative called ‘Friends of Nowzad’ and we need your help to get up and running!
Can you spare a few hours (or more) a month to set up a meeting in your area with like-minded supporters to organise fundraising events locally where you live and discuss new ways of fundraising for Nowzad Dogs? There are lots of ways you can fundraise from organising a collection day at your local supermarket or pet store to hosting a coffee morning, or even having a Nowzad stand at a local event or community day.
For more information on ‘Friends of Nowzad’ please download the flyer by clicking on the image below
Give A Car
Nowzad has came across a unique fundraising opportunity, that could help us to raise thousands more over the next year! Giveacar will actually tow away the unwanted car taking up space in your driveway and donate the profits to your chosen registered charity. And the best part about the scheme is that it won’t cost you a penny!
So, how does it work? Giveacar dispose of your vehicle in an environmentally friendly way, recycling at least 85% of the weight of the car. The profits from the scrap or sale of your car then go to the registered charity of your choice. If you choose to donate to Nowzad Dogs you could help us to reach our fundraising goals and help raise vital funds towards our work in Afghanistan.
Giveacar can pick up any vehicle, anywhere in the UK and you could raise up to £130.00 for Nowzad Dogs at no cost to you.
Please click below for further details.
More Fundraising Ideas
For more fundraising ideas please click on the image below to download ‘Nowzad’s guide to fundraising’.
Combine the most exciting moment of your life with raising money for Nowzad Dogs!
15,000 ft Tandem Skydive for Nowzad Dogs.
Situated at Dunkeswell, near Honiton, Skydive Buzz Ltd are carrying on a proud tradition of sport parachuting at the airfield, which started in 1964. Affiliated to the British Parachute Association they are setting the standard for safety, ensuring that you can enjoy the most exhilarating, breathtaking, adrenalin pumping moment of your life with complete confidence.
A tandem is an easy and enjoyable way to experience the thrills of skydiving without having to learn how. The exhilarating freefall combined with the peace and tranquility of the parachute ride, makes tandem skydiving a unique and eye-opening way to raise funds for a cause you care about.
Please jump for Nowzad and help to make a difference to the strays of Afghanistan, one animal at a time.