Sharing fundraising campaigns
Under normal circumstances CJS doesn’t promote fundraising campaigns but these are not normal circumstances and we're aware that many of our wonderful charities are suffering a significant downturn in donations just as costs are going up. Therefore, for this year only we will be happy to share across our social media any fundraising campaigns for registered charities. You can send details to our newsdesk on firstname.lastname@example.org or tag us @CountrysideNews on twitter or @CountrysideJobsService on Facebook and we'll share what we can - without bombarding our loyal readers with too many requests.
We're starting by sharing appeals from RSPCA who say: Our Animal Rescue teams are being stretched to the limit The #Coronavirus crisis has had a damaging effect on our fundraising income, but animals still desperately need us. Please make an emergency donation today to help us save lives here.
and Animal Health Trust which faces imminent closure after 75 years read the announcement here and make donations here.
And also highlight St Johns Ambulance - not a usual charity for CJS but how many of us have been on their first aid training courses, I know my first ones were, according to a report in the Telegraph (here) they are facing bankruptcy as early as August at a time when they are most needed, donations here.