LEGACIES – A GIFT THAT CARES LONG AFTER YOU ARE GONE
Just For Dogs is an independent charity that receives no state aid, government or lottery grants. We depend solely on the support of people and organisations whose generosity, no matter how large or small, enables us to carry out the vital work of rescuing and re-homing abandoned, unwanted or vulnerable dogs who through no fault of their own find themselves lost, alone or facing death.
Our running costs for food, vet bills and heating, amount to around £70,000 per year which is a staggering amount to raise and we couldn’t do it without your kind support. We take in an alarming number of dogs each year and there are always so many more on the waiting list to break our hearts but not our spirit or determination.
If you would care to leave a donation, gift or legacy in your will it can make a huge difference in helping us to keep our future dogs safe and well in your memory.
No matter how small your donation, remembering Just For Dogs in your Will can help us save and maintain the lives of vulnerable dogs long after you are gone.
Please speak to your solicitor or Will writer for more details.
DAISY CHAIN PROMISE – JFD CARES LONG AFTER YOU ARE GONE
When making or amending a Will we hope to ensure that our treasured family members are provided for in the future, the same also goes for our much loved, faithful, four-legged companion(s).
Our Daisy Chain Promise gives you peace of mind and it’s so easy to do ; when making or amending your will state that should the time come, either through illness or death, that you are no longer able to care for your dog(s) then you would like for he or she to be placed in the care of JFD under its DAISY CHAIN PROMISE. Once we have notification from you or your solicitor, arrangements can be made well in advance in order for you to have peace of mind.
OUR DAISY CHAIN PROMISE TO YOU AND YOUR DOG Once your dog is in our care we promise to look after it to the highest standard, either in kennels or by way of a foster home when possible, seeking veterinary attention when required and providing a safe haven until a suitable, caring and loving home can be found.