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Cllr Debbie Morris raises £1000 for PAT

Cllr Morris said: “I was absolutely delighted with the tremendous amount raised for this wonderful charity. Thank you to everyone who supported it.”

Our CEO Clare Davis was invited to speak during the event and to meet with many new supporters who believe in the importance of PAT, just as much as we do.

Clare said: "My thanks to the new Chair of the Three Rivers District Council, Debbie Morris, and everyone who came along to the Summer Social for a wonderful evening and for the generous donations. We are thrilled that Debbie has chosen PAT as her charity to support this year, and the evening was a great way to celebrate this. Great company, lovely food and the opportunity to talk endlessly about the magical impact of PAT visits, I couldn't have asked for more!"

Overall the event raised £1000 for PAT which will contribute to more PAT Volunteers and their Dogs to go on visits into Hospitals, Schools, Prisons, Hospices, and more establishments as well as helping us recruit more volunteers.


We are always looking to recruit more volunteers.

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