Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Kia Franklin-Shaw - 19th January 2018 12:30pm
Kia's dog walking fundraiser for Restless Development
Do you have a four-legged friend? Don't fancy walking them in the cold, gloomy Winter mornings? Are you passionate about giving back? Then look no further...
What is 'Restless Development'?
Restless Development is a youth-led charity that works in Africa, Asia, UK and USA supporting and educating young people in areas such as sexual health and livelihoods. We are working towards giving young people the tools to create themselves a better future.
Who Am I?
My name is Kia Franklin-Shaw; I'm a 20-year-old student and volunteer with Restless Development and in February 2018 I'll be travelling to Uganda to volunteer with Restless Development for 3 months.
In order to be able to volunteer my time working with this amazing charity, I need to raise £800 by January 29th.
Help me get to my target! I'm reliable, experienced with dogs of all sizes and super friendly!
Simple! Between until Sunday 28th of January I will be available to walk your precious pals in exchange for donations to reach my target.
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, PLEASE GET IN TOUCH!! Either email, text or ring me on the number/email address provided below and I will arrange a preferred day/time with you. Pick up and drop off included.
I ask for a minimum donation of £5 per walk.
Please contact me via the information provided below. Thank you!
Tel: 07713 358217
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