Meadowhall Partners With Support Dogs

Make 2022 a pawfect year for families affected by challenging medical conditions


We want to start 2022 by giving the hope of a safer and more independent life to families affected by autism, epilepsy and disability. 

We are thrilled to be partnering with local charity, Support Dogs, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of this pioneering and life-saving organisation. We will be using our gift box to raise vital funds to train more life-changing dogs and pups for children and adults affected by some of the most challenging medical conditions.

Support Dogs relies entirely on voluntary donations and faces an overwhelming demand for its work. 
Thank you for helping us to continue to support this amazing local charity. You can find out more about their work on their website.

About Support Dogs

Founded and based in Sheffield, Support Dogs provides life-saving and life-changing care for children and adults affected by some of the most challenging medical conditions. The charity trains specialist assistance dogs to achieve this.

Support Dogs trains epilepsy seizure alert dogs to provide a 100% reliable advance warning to a client in advance of a seizure. The charity trains autism assistance dogs to provide safety for a child while also enabling the child and their family to enjoy a more active and inclusive life. The charity’s disability assistance dogs provide 24/7 care and independence for those affected by conditions such as MS, cerebral palsy and fibromyalgia. 

Support Dogs relies entirely on voluntary donations, provides all its services free of charge and receives no government funding. The charity provided over 700,000 hours of care last year. Find out more at www.supportdogs.org.uk

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