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Join Our Pawsome Team: Be a Volunteer for Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary's Fundraising Efforts!

Dear Supporter,

We hope this message finds you in high spirits and with a heart full of compassion for our furry friends. At Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary, we are on a mission to provide hope, love, and a second chance at life to abandoned and neglected animals. As our sanctuary continues to grow, we need your help more than ever to ensure our furry residents receive the care they deserve.

Join Our Fundraising Team: Be the Hero They Need

As you may know, the well-being of our beloved animals relies heavily on the support of our community. With your help, we can ensure their needs are met, from providing proper medical care and nutritious meals to creating a loving environment where they can thrive.

We have a dedicated fundraising team to spearhead our efforts in raising crucial funds for our sanctuary. We invite you to become a part of this passionate team and be the hero these innocent souls need. As a volunteer fundraiser, you can play a pivotal role in saving lives and making a lasting impact on the well-being of these beautiful creatures.

How You Can Make a Difference

You might be wondering how you can contribute as a volunteer fundraiser. We believe that every effort, big or small, counts! Here are some ways you can help:

  1. Organize Fundraising Events: Host creative and engaging fundraising events in your community or online. From bake sales and garage sales to virtual pet walks or sponsored challenges, your imagination is the limit!

  2. Help with Fundraising Activities: Give your time when you can for events and fundraising activities, help us on the ground with store ands street collections.

  3. Engage in Social Media Campaigns: Utilize the power of social media to spread awareness about our sanctuary's mission and the animals we care for. Share our stories, pictures, and fundraising initiatives with your friends and followers to inspire more people to join our cause.

  4. Reach Out to Local Businesses: Advocate for our sanctuary by reaching out to local businesses and asking for their support or sponsorship for our events. Building partnerships with the community will create a stronger network of animal lovers working towards a common goal.

  5. Encourage Monthly Donations: Encourage individuals to sign up for monthly donations to provide stable support for our ongoing efforts in caring for the animals. Even small monthly contributions can make a significant difference over time.

  6. Take a Collection Box: Take a collection box for your home or business - or even both! Encourage others to take one. Perfect for loose change and we truly mean it when we say every penny helps!

Why Volunteer Fundraising Matters

Your involvement as a volunteer fundraiser goes far beyond raising funds. It's about being the voice for the voiceless, the advocate for the abandoned, and the guardian for the helpless. Your dedication can save lives, offer hope, and bring joy to these innocent creatures.

Join Us Now: Together, We Can Make a Difference

We invite you to join our fundraising team and be an instrumental force in making a difference in the lives of the animals at Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary. Your passion for animals and commitment to their welfare can transform their lives and create a more compassionate world.

To become a volunteer fundraiser or for more information, please contact us at or fill in a Volunteer in your Area form on our website! We can't wait to welcome you into our compassionate community!

Thank you for being the hero these animals need and for supporting Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary in its mission of love, hope, and second chances.


Upcoming dates for your Fundraising Volunteer diary!

Tesco Store Collection - Ballymena 5th August

Tesco Store Collections - Cookstown 2nd September - HELP NEEDED THIS DATE! Can you give 2 hours on the day?

Fundraising Meeting - 15th August - 6:30pm - Cat Cabin at Crosskennan Lane.

Become a Fundraising Volunteer and help us help animals in need!


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