My Christmas Charity: Project Hope

With thanks to Richard & Hoi-Polloi for freely giving me their time, fellowship, and these warm-hearted moments on a cold snap of a Sunday afternoon:-Exif_JPEG_PICTURE Exif_JPEG_PICTURE Exif_JPEG_PICTURECharity begins at home and there are approximately 4,000 people on London streets without one. Many of them have dogs though – for companionship, protection or just a fellow creature to keep warm with.

This Christmas my chosen charity is the ‘Hope Project’. Run by the Dogs Trust, it helps dogs whose owners are homeless or in housing crisis with advice and free veterinary care…Donations

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6 thoughts on “My Christmas Charity: Project Hope

  1. for the 6 years I lived in Bath I used to spend part of christmas helping with the christmas dinner and tea given by Bath churches unite for christmas, (I’m not a church goer but do do charity work) no matter how hard I was find life compared to the people who came for the food and company I had so much,
    here on the island homelessness is not a big problem, I remember the night streets of London well, Frances

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