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We’re so proud of our incredible team. In 2023 they donated over £4,000 to support Gables Dogs and Cats Home!

Each year, we nominate and vote for a charity to raise money for. In 2023, we chose to support Gables – a popular choice among many of our team. We found creative ways to fundraise, including cake bakes, raffles, and other team-building events. The hard work paid off, and the team raised over £2,000 – one of our biggest totals ever! That figure has been kindly matched by the board of directors, bringing the total to over £4,000. Some of our team who are big supporters of Gables truly hope that our donation will have a positive impact to help Gables keep up the great work they do.

It’s heartening to see such generosity from our whole team, taking an active role in making a difference to our local community.

As you can imagine, the team at Gables Dogs and Cats Home were thrilled with the donation when we presented the cheque. It was lovely to meet ‘Veggie’ the dog, who would only face the camera once in the howling gale!

“Please pass a huge thank you onto the whole team at Secure Innovation for their incredible efforts. We are so grateful to be the charity your team chose to donate the funds to. Gables does not receive any government funding so we totally rely on kind supporters like you to enable us to help the hundreds of animals that come into our care each year. The funds will go towards our everyday running costs which includes feeding, watering, cleaning, grooming, exercise and enrichment for all our animals, as well as our ever-increasing heating bill over the winter months. Your amazing donation is a huge help to us – thank you so much!”

Laura Alker | Fundraising & Events Team Leader | Gables
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We were also able to donate our out-of-date first aid kits that are suitable to use on the animals. If you are having a clear out, they take donations of non-feather duvets to keep the animals warm through the  winter.