Rescue dogs

The Pavers Foundation donates to Hampshire Search and Rescue Dogs

A £1,000 DONATION has been made to Hampshire Search and Rescue Dogs to help them in their vital work of finding missing people.

The Pavers Foundation donated the money following a grant application made by Allison Roberts, Client Advisor at Pavers Port Solent.

Allison requested the fundraiser to help the charity which carries out essential work to rescue high-risk, vulnerable and missing people in the area, using highly trained search dogs.

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Allison was invited to a training session for the charity when she presented the donation

She said: “It was a real eye-opener on how much time the team puts in and how competent they are.

“The Hampshire Search and Rescue Dogs are a very deserving charity and an exceptional team of highly trained dedicated volunteers who provide vital support to the emergency services around the clock to help find and assist vulnerable people who are missing. within our community. Thank you for allowing me to help such a fantastic charity.”

Bug Wrightson, chairman of Hampshire Search and Rescue Dogs, thanked the Foundation for the donation.

She added: “We are absolutely delighted to have received a grant from the Pavers Foundation. This generous donation of £1,000 will help us stay operational and save lives. We thank the Pavés Foundation and all employees who support our vital volunteer work in our community. »

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The Pavers Foundation donates to local causes and charities across the UK and beyond, supporting those nominated by their 1,500 colleagues, plus one major national charity per year and named charities by the Paver family.

The Foundation is delighted to embark on another year filled with charitable giving and hopes to build on its £1million donation target achieved last year.

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