|If you would like to make a donation to the ITA to help us care for injured and ill tortoises,
please follow the below instructions to make a quick and easy online donation using PayPal.
Step 1 – Visit www.paypal.com
Step 2 – Click on the ‘Send Money’ tab.
Step 3 – Simply entre the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org type the amount you wish to donate and choose the ‘gift’ option and click send.
The ITA sanctuary desperately needs your help to raise funds.
The recent storms and adverse weather conditions have damaged the tortoise accommodation. Urgent repairs are needed to ensure the welfare of the tortoises.
You can help by making a donation via PayPal. Your contribution will be greatly received regardless how small.
It is so easy and will take less than a minutes to donate.
Thank you very much… your support is very much appreciated.
You can also help us by sending us a donation by cheque to the below address, we would be very gratefull.International Tortoise Association
71 South Road
Vale Of Glamorgan
A Big Thank you to Thingumijigs Ceilidh Band
Llantwit Major based Thingumijigs Ceilidh Band recently presented a cheque to The International Tortoise Association located in Sully. The presentation took place at one of the Association’s road shows where pre-hibernation health checks on pets and advice to owners was on offer. The Ceilidh Band performs at public and private events throughout the year; the next public ceilidh being on 22nd November at St. Donats Arts Centre. Band members do not get paid for performing, preferring instead to distribute surplus fee money to charities. This year most of the organisations helped have been those concerned with the human species. However, the Band was also able to give some money to help the work of the tortoise charity which, provides care for sick and injured tortoises and offers support to pet owners. Also, where necessary it provides life long care at its sanctuary. Our picture shows band guitarist David Shields handing over a cheque for £80 to International Tortoise Association treasurer Celia Claypole and the organisation’s chair of trustees Ann Ovenstone M.B.E.