Sheffield Wednesday FC vs Sheffield United Tickets Available to the highest bidder, from Support Dogs

23rd January 2012

Available to the highest bidder, from Support Dogs Sheffield Wednesday FC vs Sheffield United Leppings Lane on the 26th February 2012 The package includes match side photos - Full bar service - Meal before or after the game - Attendance at the man of the match presentation.

The funds raised from the sale of these tickets will be used to support our work training dogs to assist adults with physical disabilities, severe epilepsy and children with autism. In each case a partnership is formed between the disabled person and the dog with the dogs training tailored to the specific needs of the disabled person. This improves the person's quality of life by making them more independent of family or statutory care and facilitating their access to society and amenities and their participation in community and family life. To place your bid Please e-mail With the amount you want to bid in the subject line By 5pm on Monday the 20th of February Further Donations and Sponsorships are also available as are visits to our site to see the great work we do. Call for details 0114 261 7800

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