List of Charities
A LIST OF CHARITIES, ORGANISATIONS AND CAMPAIGNS WOOFTASTIC AUTHORS SUPPORT
Nowzad Dog Charity www.nowzad.com founded by author Pen Farthing. He has written 3 books:
Pen was named CNN 2014 Hero of the Year.
Owen,Haatchi and parents Will and Colleen support many charities, here are just a few
To view their book ‘Haatchi & Little B’
Author Nikki Attree runs a website Tenerifedogs and has been helping to promote the hardworking animal rescue centres in Tenerife through internet marketing, producing calendars and educational poster campaigns. The posters have been translated into Spanish and German and are used for Accion-del-Sol dog charity. She is also the founder of this site WooftasticBooks.
Nikki wrote’ Nobody’s Poodle‘ in collaboration with her husband. Profits from this book go to running this site and food donations to a dog rescue shelter.
A video of Accion-del-Sol in Tenerife
View her book Saving Susie-Belle here
Bay Tree Project
All profits from Dr.Debbie Mamone children’s book ‘Once upon a Rose Princess’ goes to the charity ‘Canine For Disabled Kids’.
Fiona Ingram author of ‘Champ – ‘My Story of Survival‘ donates all the proceeds of the book to Champ’s health care
Uggie the Dog Charity – Facebook page
All Profits of this book ‘Alfie’s Vision’ go to campaigning for new legislation & sentencing for animal cruelty follow on twitter
Teresa J. Rhyne supports the ‘Beagle Freedom Project’
The Dog Welfare Alliance is a non-profit organization that connects all those who have an interest in dog behavior and welfare. Founder of organisation Author Lisa Tenzin-Dolma – ‘Heartbeat at your Feet’ and ‘Dog Training the Essential Guide’
A collection of wonderful black and white photographs by Maria Slough Media photographer. The sale of each book raises £5 per book to an allocated charity.
Author of ‘ Ted’s Journals’ Emma Knight helps to raise money for Macmillian Nurses. Check out her fund raising page here
Author Susannah Charleston talks about her search and rescue work and her book “Scent of the Missing”