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Animal Friends cheque presentation

WDC has received a very generous donation from Animal Friends Pet Insurance following a month of public voting in the company’s annual ‘100k Charity Giveaway’ competition.

Thanks to votes from our supporters and member of the public, WDC finished second in the competition, receiving a runners-up prize of £15,000.

Chris Butler-Stroud (pictured far left), CEO from Whale and Dolphin Conservation said:

“We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took the time to vote for us, your support is vital to the work we do here at Whale and Dolphin Conservation. We’re thrilled to have received this incredibly generous donation that will go towards keeping whales and dolphins safe and free. We want to extend our thanks to Animal Friends for running this event and their support of so many worthwhile causes.’

Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote for us, your support is vital to the work we do here at Whale and Dolphin Conservation.

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