Dunmuir Veterinary Group in Castle Douglas has launched an initiative to raise funds for the British Heart Foundation in memory of their colleague Stephen Jones.
Stephen, a wonderful veterinarian, friend, and mentor had a massive impact on the community and the livelihood of their pets and livestock.
Throughout the month of June, the dedicated team at Dunmuir Veterinary Group will collectively walk 1000 miles.
The team aims to raise awareness about the vital work conducted by the foundation in combating heart disease and supporting those affected by it. This inspiring endeavour represents their heartfelt tribute to Stephen and Dunmuir’s commitment to making a positive impact in Stephen’s memory.
Dunmuir Veterinary Group has been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from local businesses throughout Dumfries and Galloway.
The generosity of these businesses has resulted in an exciting raffle, with all the gifts donated going towards the British Heart Foundation.
The team extends their deepest gratitude to the community for their exceptional show of kindness, as their donations will contribute to a remarkable cause.
The raffle will be drawn on June 30th, coinciding with a bake sale, further enhancing the fundraising efforts.
Remembering Loved Ones:
In honouring Stephen’s memory, Dunmuir Veterinary Group seeks to raise funds not only for him but also for all the loved ones who have been tragically lost prematurely.
By supporting the British Heart Foundation, the team hopes to assist in life-saving research, advocacy, and support services for those affected by heart-related conditions.
This initiative serves as a powerful reminder of the lasting impact Stephen had on his community, emphasizing the significance of cherishing our loved ones.
How to Get Involved:
To contribute to this remarkable cause, donations can be made at the Dunmuir Vets practice at Oakwell Rd, Castle Douglas or through their dedicated JustGiving page.
Each contribution, regardless of size, plays a crucial role in the fight against heart disease and in honouring Stephen’s memory.