housing law services is proud to host our first-ever virtual pet show: LAW PAWS!

Law Paws
We love our pets here at housing law services, and Covid-19 means we have spent a lot of time with our furry friends over the past few months! Now, LAW PAWS is your chance to put your paw-some pets on a pedestal in return for a donation to City Harvest.

Whilst we spent time with our pets during lockdown, food redistribution charity City Harvest was tirelessly working to feed some of London’s most vulnerable people using food that would otherwise be wasted.

How does LAW PAWS work?

LAW PAWS has three prestigious categories for you to enter: Prettiest girl, Most handsome boy and Best in show.

This is open to everyone to take part in, all that we ask is that you email a photo of your pet to emily.hope@housinglawservices.co.uk and make a donation of any amount on our just giving page. All proceeds will be donated to our chosen charity, City Harvest. Our in house four-legged judges will select a winner and runner up for all three categories on Friday 4 September 2020 at 4pm. Winners will be announced on our website, and will receive a hls goodie bag for you and your pet to share.

How to enter:

  1. Email emily.hope@housinglawservices.co.uka photo of your pet, your pets name and what category you would like to enter before 4pm Friday 28 August 2020
  2. Donate to City Harvest on our just giving page here
  3. Sit tight and wait for the results!

No pet? No problem – we would still be grateful for any donations to support City Harvest. City Harvest estimate that 25p can deliver one meal, so each donation no matter how small will make a big difference.

About City Harvest

We have chosen to support City Harvest who have been working around the clock recently more than ever in their mission to rescue surplus food and put it to good use in a sustainable way. City Harvest collect healthy and useable food, which would otherwise be disposed of, from all areas of the food industry including restaurants, grocers, manufacturers, wholesalers, hotels and caterers. The food is then distributed, either in a food parcel or prepared meals. City Harvest has delivered 12 million meals to people facing hunger. City Harvest regularly delivers to organisations that provide meals to extremely vulnerable individuals, such as soup kitchens, children’s programs, centres for the elderly, refuges for women experiencing domestic violence and homeless shelters.

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