#Dogselfie campaign raises £600k for Manchester Dogs’ Home » Charity Digital News

#Dogselfie campaign raises £600k for Manchester Dogs’ Home

Following a fire at Manchester Dogs’ Home which killed 43 dogs, the charity has received over £600,000 worth of donations through a JustGiving page set up by Manchester Evening News.

The incident has also provoked a massive response on social media, with people snapping ‘Dog Selfies’ and posting them online alongside screenshots of their donation to the charity.

The charity released a statement saying: “The staff and trustees of Manchester Dogs’ Home would like to express their enormous gratitude for the huge support received from the public following the devastating fire on site during the night.”

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