No2 Pound Street announces charity partnership with Medical Detection Dogs

  |  Published: Sep 25th 2017
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No2 Pound Street, an innovative wine shop and deli, has announced a new charity partnership with Medical Detection Dogs. The charity, which trains dogs to detect the odour of life-threatening human diseases and is at the forefront of the research into the fight against cancer, will benefit from fundraising events held at the Wendover store.

No2 Pound Street staff and customers will be raising money for the next six months by offering its customers complimentary tea and coffee every Thursday morning from 10am – 12noon, in return for a donation to Medical Detection Dogs.   To launch this fantastic partnership Medical Detection Dogs will be in the store on Thursday 28th September from 10am -12noon. Please come along, meet the dogs and learn how the money you raise will help save and change lives.

James Grant, No2 Pound Street, said: "We hope our collaboration with Medical Detection Dogs will raise much-needed funds but also inspire our customers and colleagues to come together and to raise awareness and to support Medical Detection Dogs in the long term, helping them to save and change more lives.”

The funds raised will make a huge difference in enabling Medical Detection Dogs to save and change lives.  For example, it costs £13,000 to train a Medical Alert Assistance Dog and £11,500 to train a Bio Detection Dog. If we manage to raise enough then your support will provide a life-saving dog.

To donate to Medical Detection Dogs visit: www.medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk/donate 

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