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 Isn't that just so incredibly generous?
We are truly blessed to have such wonderful people around us 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 ] - £20 has already been raised in just a few short weeks by people doing this
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
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 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?