Cavaliers are such an inspiration...
that one of the members of our forum has kindly arranged to donate £250 every 2 months to Rupert's Fund to pay for scans :thmbsup: Isn't that just so incredibly generous?
We are truly blessed to have such wonderful people around us :flwr::flwr: and to have our beloved Cavaliers to inspire us to such great things.
I know not all of us are in a position to help financially, but there are so many other things you can do which involve little or even no money
One of the easiest is by using http://rupertsfund.easysearch.org.uk/ for searching the internet rather than Google etc and http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/ to buy items [you go through this site to do your normal shopping and the retailer donates a percentage to Rupert's Fund - it doesn't cost you a penny :D] - £20 has already been raised in just a few short weeks by people doing this :wggle:
Telling people about Rupert's Fund and about the above too will make such a difference, also publicising things like the auctions.
Of course most of us buy presents from time to time, http://cavalier-gift-shop.org/index.php is a wonderful place to obtain them :thmbsup:
and keep a look out for the auction in the Autumn [you could do your Christmas shopping!] - maybe you could also start thinking about items you might like to donate?
We still have the Rupert's Fund recipe books available see here
and the new calendar competition http://www.cavaliertalk.com/forums/f...ar-competition
and there are special Rupert's Fund cards :D available both from the gift shop and from me.
The small cuddly Ruperts and his girlfriend, Rupert's Valentine, are both still available too http://www.cavaliertalk.com/forums/s...Fallen-in-Love!!
Of course there are others way to help - maybe ask family and friends to sell items on E-bay, hold doggie parties or walks, have coffee mornings, have raffles and bring and buy stalls at these events, even do a car boot sale.
If you have other ideas perhaps you could share them with us too?