Oak Tree Takes on Several 2.6 Challenges!
24th April 2020
Team Oak Tree are taking on several challenges as part of the 2.6 Challenge Fundraiser, all in the name of animals!
Check our our Facebook feed to read more on individual challenges, but for quick reference, please view their fundraising pages below.. Any support would be most welcome and is of huge value to the charity. It will also help encourage our Oak Tree family to give each challenge their all. Thank you in advance for your help.
Oakley is always up for a challenge and works very hard to entertain visitors and generate funds for the charity too. Oakley has taken part in dog shows, abseils, and even walked on fire and glass! Oakley's latest challenge will involve walking 2.6 miles around site on Sunday, as part of the 2.6 Challenge. If you would like to sponsor Oakley and his paws, you can do this by donating via the following link:
Relay Team - 8 members of Oak Tree's Team are taking on a 26 mile relay around our site on Monday. This will entail 64 laps of site (8 per person). Dogs will also be getting involved and enjoying the challenge :)
To support the team, please head to their joint fundraising page here:
Marmalady is taking part in a 2.6 hour Danceathon with Horace, on Tuesday afternoon as part of the 2.6 Challenge. Please consider sponsoring her and her beautiful paws!
Horace will be hoofing around and dancing with Marmalady in their 2.6 hour Danceathon - give this horse and his hooves some encouragement by sponsoring him here:
Angel, our Volunteer Coordinator, is taking on her very own marathon from home to raise money for Oak Tree! Her 2.6 Challenge will take place over 5 days. Get behind Angel's challenge by sponsoring her here:
If you would prefer to simply donate to the overall 'Oak Tree' Pot, please press HERE! This link can also be used if you would like to set up your own 2.6 Challenge!
Find out more about the 2.6 initiative HERE
Thank you to everyone else taking on 2.6 challenges and for those of you donating to our 2.6 pot - we appreciate every single £1, and it will all go towards helping animals in need.