Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank Gerry and all the staff at The Orchard Home and Garden, Celbridge, Co. Kildare (a venue favoured by many of our Volunteers) for the warm and generous welcome extended to us at our Awareness Days held there this weekend. We appreciate the sponsorship and the promotion given by Gerry to Irish Therapy Dogs. The event was very successful and we acknowledge the interest shown by their customers in the services we provide to Care Centres and Schools. With the very positive reaction we received today we are very hopeful that in the future, we will welcome back some of Gerry’s customers as Volunteer Visiting Teams. Thank you also to our Volunteers who attended.
As National Volunteering Week 2016 begins Irish Therapy Dogs would like to sincerely thank all our Volunteers and their wonderful Therapy Dogs for their dedication and commitment. The joy and happiness their dogs bring to the Residents, Staff and Pupils in the Care Centres and the Schools they visit is something special and is cherished by Residents,Staff, Children and Volunteers alike.
Irish Therapy Dogs welcomes New Volunteer Visiting Teams, Helen and Jasper and Tracey and Amber. No doubt they too will bring very special moments to all the wonderful people they will visit.
Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank the Cork/Kerry Volunteers who travelled to attend the Volunteers’ Meeting held at the weekend in Blarney, Co. Cork . The meeting was a great success due mainly to the enthusiasm and commitment of those who attended, which bodes well for the future of the organisation in the Cork/Kerry Area.
Thank you to Dunboyne Scouts Fireanna, Abbie, Rose, Ella and Maeve who held a Cake Sale recently and donated the proceeds to Irish Therapy Dogs. The girls chose to work with Irish Therapy Dogs over a number of weeks earlier this year to achieve their Gold Medal Award. Congratulations on winning two awards as a result of your efforts!
Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank Tesco Community Fund, Navan, Co. Meath for their generous donation to our Charity. The cheque was accepted by Volunteer Visiting Team Rufina and Missy on behalf of Irish Therapy Dogs. A special thank you to the customers of Tesco, Navan for their support.
Irish Therapy Dogs would like to thank the Management and Staff at the Bank of Ireland, Main Street, Wicklow for the warm and generous welcome extended to us at our Awareness Day held there yesterday. The event was very successful and we acknowledge the interest shown by their customers in the services we provide to Care Centres and Schools. We hope that, in the future, we will welcome back some of their customers as Volunteer Visiting Teams. We appreciate the support and promotion given by Bank of Ireland, Wicklow, to Irish Therapy Dogs. Thank you also to the Bank of Ireland’s “Giving Together Initiative”, for their generous donation.
Irish Therapy Dogs welcomes New Junior Member Erin!
Junior Member Kellie gave a very professional presentation to her Form Year at St. Andrew’s College, Booterstown recently. The subjects were the work of Irish Therapy Dogs and looking after your pets. Afterwards the proceeds of the Copper Crawl by her year was presented to Irish Therapy Dogs. Thank you Kellie for nominating Irish Therapy Dogs to the Second Year School Student Council as one of two Charities to benefit from this Fundraising Event!
A Copper Crawl was held recently at St. Andrew’s College, Boooterstown. 2T was the winning form with their Copper Crawl measuring just over 254 metres. Thank you to the Second Year Student Council who nominated Irish Therapy Dogs as one of two charities supported by the event.