Fundraising

Stradbally National School

A big thank you to the Parents Association of Stradbally National School.
They organised a recent fundraising field dayand donated 500 euro to Waterford Animal Welfare.
This is their third event that raised money for WAW to enable usto provide a service to the
people of Waterford County and beyond
Thank you all again.

Mount Sion CBS Secondary School

Waterford animal welfare would like to thank Mount Sion CBS Secondary School once again.
The last few years that have run the Noahs Ark project in aid of us.
There donations of animal food is a great help to us along with their funds raised donated towards us.
Well done to all involved

Haylage Donation

A big thank you to Ciara and Jerome Fahey Portlaw for their kind donation of a round bale of haylage
On March 1st 2018.
Thank you to all of you that have left food in Pet Necessities. Thank you also to our friends in
{MLHR Horses for Adoption/Foster - My Lovely Horse Rescue}
who are also out there braving the element's. This is when our volunteers come into their own.

St. Paul's Beavers

Waterford Animal Welfare were delighted to receive a kind donation of dog food May 2nd 2018.
7 members of the 20th St. Paul's Beavers collected the food for us for the community part of their Chief Scout Award.
We'll done and thank you

Token Community Fund - Tesco Ardkeen

We were delighted to accept a wonderful cheque from the Blue Token Community Fund
at Tesco Ardkeen. Again this shows the support that the people of Waterford have given
to the group and we are extremely grateful. Thank you also to the Tesco shops in Waterford for their
continued support

Collection Waterford - Kilbarry SuperValu

A Big Thank You to all who supported our recent 2 day collection at Kilbarry SuperValu
October 2018

Connamara Ulta Marathon - April 2018

A big thank you to Garda Mark Gavin of Tramore Garda Station for his generous donation.
He competed in the Connamara Ulta Marathon in April 2018. All the sponsorship money he raised was given to
Waterford Animal Welfare. From left to right: Sgt. Mark Mills, Garda Edel O' Sullivan
and Garda Mark Gavin. (Sam and Beckey also showed their appreciation