Dogs Trust - who we are and what we do

Amy Bingham

Dogs Trust
South West
Notice Period:
Short (maybe less than one month's notice)
Free: Free
8th November 2017
Dogs | Community | Charity | Pets

Dogs Trust is the largest dog welfare charity in the UK, caring for around 15,500 stray and abandoned dogs across our rehoming centres every year. Supporter Relations Officer, Amy Bingham, can offer FREE talks to community groups about all aspects of the charity's work and, where possible, she will also bring a four-legged friend with her. If you would like a talk for your group, please contact her (areas covered include parts of Devon, Cornwall and Somerset).

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About Amy Bingham

Amy Bingham started working for Dogs Trust in 2016, having come from a communications background in radio and local government. Amy offers FREE talks to adult community/social groups within 1.5 hours of North Devon. The talks focus on the varied work of Dogs Trust, both nationally and on a local level - and wherever possible, she also brings a four-legged friend with her. As well as offering free talks, Amy holds tours for community groups at the charity's rehoming centre in Ilfracombe. She is also on hand to deal with enquiries about donations in memory of a loved one, the Canine Care Card Scheme and answer any legacy enquiries.

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