Thank you to everyone who helps and supports us!
Here a some of our thanks and achievements that we wanted to give an extra mention!
Huge thank you to Rhiannon Lister who is one of our handlers. Rhiannon decided for her 21st Birthday to ask friends and family for donations to support Oliver's Army Assistance and Therapy Dogs. She managed to raise an impressive £165.
Thank you so much Rhiannon and Kahlo and Happy 21st Birthday x
Massive thank you to Braeview Academy's Discovery pupils and Ivor the dog, who did a sponsored walk of the Fife Coast to raise funds for Oliver's Army. They did an amazing job and managed to raise £125. Thank you so much from all our volunteers and handlers x
We decided to take part in Comic Relief by doing a sponsored walk around Lochore Meadows Loch. We all dressed up and painted our noses red. The day was great fun and enjoyed by all who took part.
We managed to raise an amazing £171.30!
Thank you to everyone who supported us!
Pets at Home, Dunfermline held a Valentines weekend event. At this event they kindly advertised our charity and took donations. During this event we provided a valentines day hamper. Members of the public had a chance to win the hamper by signing up to our online Valentine race.
It was a wonderful weekend and Pets at Home managed to raise a fantatsic £403.75 for Oliver's Army Assistance and Therapy Dogs.
Thank you to R & R Farm Cafe for asking us to come along and do a presentation about Oliver's Army. The cafe held an afternoon tea for members of the public and donated a portion of the profits to our charity. It was a lovely afternoon and we very much appreciated you supporting our charity. Thank you!
Tracy, Joanne and Marley (pictured above) spent the day at Braehead shopping centre. Providing information to the public about our charity. Marley got to interact with members of the public as she is a trained Therapy dog. The staff were kind and helpful. A special mention to the security guard who kept checking in with us through out the day. It was also fantastic to see some familar faces stop by for a visit!
Thank you so much to Braehead for having us!
We have had a couple of Childminder groups in on Friday mornings. We set up toys, arts and crafts and provided a few of our Therapy dogs to interact with the children.
We recieved these lovely cards from the children as well as donations.
The children were fantastic and we hope to see you again in the future!
Anyone that would like a visit with a small group are more than welcome. If you contact us via email and we can talk availability.
Joanne, Megan and some of our young trainers had a lovely day in the Kingsgate with our information stall. They were interacting with members of the public, giving help and advice and telling everyone what our charity provides. The Kingsgate staff were lovely and very helpful throughout the day. Thank you so much for having us!
A massive thank you to Benarty Carpets & Flooring for donating some carpets for our chill out room and 121 training room. It was greatly appreciated by both volunteers and handlers. Thank you so much!
A huge thank you our neighbours and friends at Re-employ who have been busy embriodering our new In Training and Fully Assessed dog jackets. It's been a huge task but we all agree they look fantastic. Thank you for all your hard work!
Oliver's Army Assistance and Therapy Dogs would like to thank Scotmid's East Regional Committee for awarding us with a grant of £500 in cash. This grant has been use to purchase table and chairs for our Saturday family club that will be starting up in the near future awell as office equipment. Thank you so much Scotmid!
Scotmid is able to make so many donations in our local communities because they are an independent co-operative society. They are not owned by a private board of directors. They are owned by 60,000 members who all have an equal say in how our Society is run. If you wish to join our Society, you can pick up a form at your local Scotmid store and submit it to the cashier along with £1 share capital.
To find out more about our community work, you can like us at facebook.com/scotmid or follow us on Twitter @scotmid.