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Founded in 1891, Dogs Trust is the largest dogs welfare charity in the UK and its aim is to “bring aboutscreen-shot-2016-11-01-at-21-25-55
the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life, free from the threat of unnecessary destruction.”
It helps stray dogs with their medication and also gives them the affection that they need. Currently, it has 20 reforming centers in the United Kingdom and 1 in Dublin and it takes care of 17,000 dogs per year. Our school has a service group which works in order tscreen-shot-2016-11-01-at-21-27-51o raise money and awareness for this charity. The charity group plans to hold events for fundraising that are out of the ordinary and would be effective. Also, anyone that is interested can get involved, through sponsoring a dog that is in need. By giving £1 every week, you can support the dog until it finds a new, loving home. Please remember to keep an open eye for the charity events and it would be amazing if you could participate. 

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My name is Doğa and I am currently in grade 11. I was born in Istanbul and I lived there until I was 10 years old, which was when I moved to Switzerland....

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