Hounds for Heroes helped by local shoppers in Fareham

THE Rotary Club of Fareham has raised over £4,000 for local charity, Hounds for Heroes.

Tuesday, 21st June 2022, 2:22 pm

During Rotarian Norman Chapman’s presidential year, Hounds for Heroes received £4,523.05 from the local community.

Hounds for Heroes was launched in February 2010 by Allen Parton and the charity trains and provides service dogs to wounded service men and women.

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Allen Parton from Hounds for Heroes and his assistance dogs accepting the donation from The Rotary Club of Fareham.

Fareham Shopping Centre contributed £1,230.87 to the overall figure in aid of the Rotary Club’s chosen charity.

Mike Taylor, manager of Fareham Shopping Centre, said: ‘We were delighted to add our assistance to Hounds for Heroes.

‘When we knew the charity provides much-needed assistance to members of the Royal Navy, Royal Air Force, and British Army – together with the ‘blue light’ emergency services - we felt we could make a positive difference with our contributions.’

Mr Parton, the founder of Hounds for Heroes, was presented with the money that had been raised on Monday, June 20.