Staffie Support thanks you! We will be closing from the end of the year

Hello all,

Jo and Eileen from Staffie Support here. Wishing you all the joy of the season!

We’re getting in touch today to let you know that we will be closing down our small non-profit organisation ‘Staffie Support’ from December 31st 2018, due to unfortunately no longer having the time available to manage it. We’ve loved doing what we can to help staffies, and by no means is the help no longer needed! Staffordshire Bull Terriers are still being overbred and abandoned at a sad and shocking rate.

We want to thank you immensely for taking part in our organisation over the years by reading and sharing our appeals, sharing our posts and especially to those of you who have kindly donated money to help staffies in need.

Your funds have been put to very good use providing for neutering and spaying staffies in the rescue system – helping to stop the cycle of overbreeding, emergency boarding and transport costs for staffies on their way in to rescue, and any other ways we’ve been able to assist such as one off vets bills.

We will be forwarding our remaining monies (£762.06) on to Senior Staffy Club (Registered Charity No. 1156723) – https://www.seniorstaffyclub.co.uk – to help them with their amazing and dedicated work rehoming the older staffies, and would ask that if you’re not already supporting them please check them out, follow them on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/SeniorStaffyClub – and Twitter – https://twitter.com/seniorstaffy – and send them your donations if you’d like to help in that way.

If you currently have a regular donation set up to us via Paypal (thank you!) this will now be cancelled, but if you’d like to continue giving regularly to help staffies contact Senior Staffy Club at seniorstaffyclub@hotmail.co.uk to find out how to send this to them.

Once again, THANK YOU for your support, we really do appreciate it and the many, many staffies that we have helped together appreciate it too!

Warmest regards and seasons greetings,
Jo and Eileen
Staffie Support