Jill Phipps Fund was formed to help finance Jill`s Day 2005 but
also as an ongoing way of raising money for campaigning and sanctuaries.
Any amount of money you can donate would be very much appreciated.
Jill standing on the balcony of her
with beloved son Luke
make a donation
make cheques payable to:
"Jill Phipps Fund"
and post to:
The Jill Phipps Fund, PO Box 3605, Coventry CV1 3WS.
the months leading up to Jill`s Day 2005, Coventry Animal Alliance
members were busy raising funds in various ways. There were many
pub collections in Coventry, where some people donned animal costumes
and visited local pubs shaking collecting tins and distributing
leaflets. On each of these occasions around £100 was raised.
descend on Coventry city centre
Saturday 11th December, half a dozen people held a street collection
in the heart of Coventry. Once again, the rabbit and parrot rattled
their tins and were a big hit with young children! Hundreds of leaflets
were handed out and over £126 was raised in total.
would like to thank the hundreds of individuals and groups across
the country that have made donations to the fund.
total well over £3,000 was raised prior to Jill`s Day 2005,
which allowed us to organise a very memorable event.
Note : Since this picture was taken, Gary Allen the man in the
centre of the picture above, has sadly died. Gary was the long term
partner of Jill's sister, a member of Coventry Animal Alliance and
was a well known and active animal liberationist who helped many
hundreds of animals through his work at animal sanctuaries and in
animal rescue. Like so many, Gary spent time in prison for animal
rights activities, suffering the harsh repression dealt out by the
British Government to those brave enough to stand up for the animals
... but he never gave in.
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