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Uncaged Campaigns 6th Official London-Wide Street Collection: Saturday 17th July 2004

Uncaged Campaigns will be holding its 6th annual London Wide Street Collection on Saturday 17th July. On this day Uncaged Campaigns has sole permission from the authorities to collect anywhere within the M25 boundary.

Please join us on this day in order to help raise the funds without which we would not be able to achieve ground-breaking successes such as the Diaries of Despair exposé (www.xenodiaries.org).

We need to have as many people as possible 'shaking tins' in as many shopping areas and town centres as possible in every London borough. Please help out if you are available, as this is both an excellent fund-raising opportunity, and a chance to further inform the public about the horrors of animal testing - particularly about the Diaries of Despair scandal that the Government would like to sweep under the carpet. Whether you can 'shake a tin' for an hour, or for the whole day, your help would be greatly appreciated. In previous years a lot people have chosen to hold an information stall at the same time, which gets a lot more attention from the public and provides a focal point for the collection.

We will be able to provide all collectors with collection tins, 'Uncaged' tabards or sashes, leaflets, posters, stickers, permits and any other materials you should require.

If you can help, please contact us as soon as possible so that all collection tins etc can be distributed in good time. I would be grateful if you could let me know:

  • Can you help on the day
  • Can you be a contact for others wishing to help
  • Where you'd like to collect
  • Will you hold a stall in conjunction with the collection
  • How many tabards/sashes and collection tins you think you will require
  • An address to which materials should be sent (please note that the materials will be in a large parcel, which means that if no-one is in to receive the parcel a card will be left instructing you to collect it from the post office. They usually hold parcels there for a week).

Many thanks for your support, and we hope to hear from you soon.

Max Newton, Uncaged Campaigns 14.05.04

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