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Sarah Harding Birthday Charity Fundraiser 2016


As most of you will already be aware for the past 3 years we have raised money for charity for Sarah’s birthday. Sarah can afford to buy anything she wants herself so this is something nice that the fans can do to help Sarah celebrate her birthday.

To donate here’s the link you need

You can also donate via text by texting SNHB49 followed by the amount you want to donate upto £10 and send to 70070

We spoke to Sarah about this in Birmingham when Ghost was playing there and we asked what charity she’d like us to raise money for this year and she said Canine Partners, you might remember that Sarah visited Canine Partners as part of the Pride of Britain tour in 2014.

Sarah said about her visit

I couldn’t believe it when they showed me a dog who can open a washing machine, put the washing in and close the door.

The work these volunteers do is incredibly selfless and they are just the kind of people who should be recognised by Pride of Britain – they’ll be getting my nomination.

Here’s a video of Sarah visiting Canine Partners, credit to the Mirror for the video.

Canine Partners is an amazing charity, so come on guys get donating and lets see if we can beat last years total.


Canine Partners is a registered charity that transforms the lives of people with physical disabilities by partnering them with assistance dogs. Our amazing dogs bring a greater independence and quality of life to their partners, offering security, companionship, and practical help with everyday household tasks. These life-changing dogs also provide psychological and social benefits including increased independence, confidence, social interaction and self-esteem.

We receive no government funding and rely solely on donations from the public and legacies to help us continue our life-transforming work.

Our assistance dogs are trained to meet the needs of individuals with even the most complex physical disabilities. We currently help adults aged 18 and over (both civilians and former service personnel) who have a physical disability or condition that affects their daily life and limits their independence.

Some of the disabilities and conditions we work with are:

  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Spinal injuries and head injuries
  • Stroke
  • Osteoarthritis and scoliosis
  • Arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
  • Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
  • Friedrich’s ataxia
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Muscular dystrophy
  • Spina bifida
  • Osteogenesis imperfecta (brittle bones)

We are working in partnership with Help for Heroes, The Royal British Legion and other services organisations to provide assistance dogs for veterans and those wounded in service

For more information see the link below