Pawfect Pets at Christmas

Pawfect Pets at Christmas

We would love you to take part in our fun Christmas appeal "Pawfect Pets at Christmas"

Upload a picture of your pet that reflects the festive period!

Your donation of a minimum of £2.00 per entry will help support our services and you can enter as many different pictures as you like.

This appeal closes on the 24th December 2022 at 6pm

A shortlist will be compiled by our clients by 6th January 2023 and those shortlisted will be notified by email. The shortlist will also be published on our Facebook platform.

Our clients will then pick a winner!

The winner will be notified by email by 11th January 2023

The prize!

Runners up will receive a goody bag from us.

The winning picture will be used for next years (2023) Homeless Oxfordshire Christmas card design!

How exciting!

Why take part and donate?

2022 has seen a massive increase in rough sleeping. The cost-of-living crisis has seen as many as 55 people per night sleeping on the streets of Oxfordshire. Demand for the services we provide is increasing as people flock to the county from other areas.

With over 35 years of experience, Homeless Oxfordshire has successfully provided housing and support to some of the most complicated and marginalised members of our local communities. Every year, more than 300 people use our services.

We provide safety and shelter to prevent people from sleeping on the streets, working on a one-to-one basis with people to change their behaviours to take back control of their own lives. Ultimately moving on from our services to homes of their own.

We are one of the only temporary accomodation providers that will accept clients four legged companions.

Support us by donating £2.00 to upload a picture this Christmas. We cant wait to see all of your Pawfect Pets!

Thank you

We’ve had Bruce who is a rescue for three years, and Bella is an ex-racer who has been with us for two years. They are our two beautiful amazing greyhounds
Alfie is a labradoodle and is getting Christmas ready with his Santa hat .
My picture is of my daughters guinea pig Buttercup. She is 5 years old and lost her sister Bubbles last Christmas. She is loveable, greedy & lazy but our beautiful fluff ball who adores cucumber red pepper and cuddles