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Paws for Change - 2020 Mother's Day Gift Ideas

Adelaide based charity, Paws For Change launches Mother's Day Gift Collection

Australian registered charity, Paws For Change, donates 100% of their profits to global dog rescue projects, helping provide our most loved furry friends with the best resources needed. 

This Mother's Day, Paws for Change will be selling 'dog mum' focused items on their website where 100% of profits go directly to dog rescue projects. They are also giving free delivery on all orders.

Some of their fun 'fur mum' focused items include their quote T-shirts and quote candles, slogan tote bags, earrings and slogan clutch bags, 
Pawsecco and more.

✔️ The Pawsecco is a limited edition bottling of ArtWine Estate grown Prosecco, which usually sells for $25 a bottle.
✔️ All T-shirts are a one-size loose fit made from bamboo cotton and are available in either black or white.
✔️ All candles are 50 hours, hand-poured soy candles with a range of fun names and beautiful fragrances.

✔️ All earrings are nickel free.
✔️ The tote and clutch bags are a quality, waterproof canvas with full waterproof lining.

About Paws for Change

Paws For Change was created after founder, Annie Leo witnessed the horrors of the overseas dog meat trade which quickly formed her passion for raising money for rescue groups and shelters around the world, helping sick/injured, mistreated, abandoned and homeless dogs. 

Their most recent campaign brought together some of South Australia’s most loved talents and their cuddly furry friends in a 14-month PAWdorable 'Show Us Your Puppies’ Calendar featuring names such as Jane Reily, local chef Simon Bryant, Australian entertainer Rhonda Burchmore (featured with dog Bon Bon) and Andrew ‘Cosi’ Costello. 

Annie explains that it was a no brainer for Paws For Change to donate 100% of the profits to these groups and shelters. 

“I was personally donating money to various charities but was never 100% sure if the money was going to where it was needed or if it was even being donated in the first place.”

“As my charity grew, so did my passion towards giving a voice to the pooches who don’t necessarily have one so I decided to quit my full time 9-5 job and focus on what could be done next to help these dogs.”

Paws For Change offer a variety of ways for someone to donate including purchasing adorable pooch-themed products available on their website to a simple dollar donation to current projects such as the ‘Bali Rescue Dog Squad’ and ‘The Haven in Shanghai’.

Keep ‘pup’ to date with current Paws For Change projects by visiting their website at 

Follow them on Instagram @pawsforchangeau 
and Facebook at

MEDIA RELEASE, 29th April 2020

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