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Collection box for Ukraine Appeal at Society Shop Stand at Crufts, Sunday 13th March


The Flatcoated Retriever Society joined other Breed Clubs at Crufts in collecting for all these poor dog owners staying in Ukraine with their dogs. Thank you to Sarah Egginton for the suggestion and supplying the beautiful collection box that she and her partner Jack designed and made especially. Thank you so very much to all those that donated, and thank you to the Kennel Club Charitable Trust and FCI for organising, allowing the money to go where it is needed most.

L-R Jan Egginton (FCRS Vice Chairperson) and Liz Branscombe (FCRS Health Secretary) and Flatcoat Aine present Graham Hill a Trustee of the Kennel Club Charitable Trust with the ¬£300 collected by the Flatcoated Retriever Society ringside at Crufts for the Ukrainian dogs
Thank you to all the Flatcoat folk that donated money to a cause that is in all of our hearts.
Thank you to the Kennel Club Charitable Trust and the FCI for organising to get the help where it is most needed.


The Flatcoated Retriever Society wish to notify everyone that we will have a collection box on the Society Shop stand situated between the middle of the two Flatcoat rings at Crufts on Sunday 13th March 22 (Gundog Day) if people wish to come along and donate.
All money collected will go to the Ukrainian people and their dogs as per the KC notice below, via the Kennel Club Charitable Trust and the FCI who are best placed to give the money where it is most needed.
We join the world in their sadness and our thoughts are with the brave Ukrainians and their animals .