Border Collie Rescue recently teamed up with Sony Movies SA, who generously offered to showcase the new film, A Dog’s Way Home, at a special screening for 100 lucky guests at Cedar Square in Fourways on 10 April 2019 at 19h30.
The screening will also serve as a fundraiser for this special cause. Guests will be able to buy raffle tickets, win hampers and make contributions, while enjoying an exclusive screening of the film. If you would like to be part of this magical evening, contact Gill Pearson – email@example.com.
Since 1997, Border Collie Rescue have been finding adoptive homes for the ever-increasing number of unwanted Border Collies. Since then, Border Collie Rescue had to re-home approximately 6500 Border Collies.
Some of the main objectives of Border Collie Rescue are to educate the public about the Border Collie, find adoptive or foster homes, provide rehabilitation for abused Border Collies and to raise funds to cover the operating costs i.e. sterilization, advertising, kennelling, transport, telephone and other veterinary expenses.
“With running costs of approximately R60 000/month and over, we are constantly looking for ways to raise funds, so we are absolutely delighted that Sony Movies SA and Ster-Kinekor Theatres have come on-board to give us this opportunity” says Elsie Jammy, Chairlady of Border Collie Rescue.
A Dog’s Way Home is from the beloved Best-Selling author of A Dog’s Purpose. The film is a heart-warming adventure of Bella, a dog who embarks on an epic 400-mile journey home, after she is separated from her beloved human Lucas. Bella touches the lives of many during her unwavering quest; from an orphaned mountain lion cub to a homeless veteran. Bella brings joy and comfort to everyone she meets with her unique spirit and faith. The movie highlights the power of unconditional love between a dog and her owner.
Watch trailer here: https://youtu.be/k3lGeVBADJg
A DOG’S WAY HOME will release in cinemas nationwide on 12 April 2019.
To get involved or for general enquiries about Border Collie Rescue, visit their website at www.bordercollierescue.co.za.
“Saving the life of one dog won’t change the world, but it will change the world for that one dog.”
BCR is registered as a non-profit organization in 1999. NPO Nr 006 620.
BCR is recognized by SARS as a PBO, any donations made to BCR are tax deductible, tax receipts are issued on request.
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ENQUIRIES FOR TICKETS :
Gill Pearson – firstname.lastname@example.org / 082 493 6639