London-based animal welfare charity, Mayhew, is holding a month of fundraising fun in May to help the charity continue its work to help abandoned, neglected and vulnerable cats and dogs, as well as owners in need, both in the UK and overseas.
During Month of Mayhew, the charity has asked its supporters to be as creative in their fundraising efforts; from holding a cake sale and adding a dog or cat-themed twist, to running a marathon to hosting a dinner party dressed all in purple (Mayhew’s colour).
Mayhew’s CEO, Caroline Yates, said: “The work we do just wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of our supporters who choose to help us in whichever way they can. We can’t wait to see the different ways our supporters will be fundraising for us this month!
“All the money raised from Month of Mayhew will go towards us helping more dogs and cats escape a life of cruelty, neglect and abandonment in the UK and overseas.”
Supporter can also attend the charity’s annual Open Day on Sunday 13 May. A free fundraising pack is available at www.themayhew.org/month-mayhew-2018/