Spanish animal charity ACE launches online Fun Dog Photo Contest from their HQ in La Cala de Mijas on the Costa del Sol

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Spanish animal charity ACE launches online Fun Dog Photo Contest from their HQ in La Cala de Mijas on the Costa del Sol

WITH events cancelled, borders closed, funds drying up and adoptions on hold, ACE are finding it increasingly difficult to make ends meet. So, in order to help raise much-needed funds, ACE (Animal Care España) has just launched a Fun Dog Photo Contest – in association with The Costa Connection Online Magazine – and the closing date is Thursday, May 28 at 11am. You don’t have to be a David Bailey or an Annie Leibovitz to take part, nor does your pooch need to be a Crufts ‘Best in Class’ to stand any chance of winning. And it couldn’t be easier to enter! There are six different categories to choose from and you can enter as many photos as you like.

Simply make a donation via PayPal or Bank Transfer to the ACE bank account: ES74 0081 0619 5800 0145 7846, and stating ‘Fun Dog Photo Contest’, visit www.ace-charity.org for details. Each photo you enter costs €5.

Send your photos to The Costa Connection Magazine Online, by WhatsApp to +34 711 099 512, or email to [email protected]. See www.costaconnection.online for categories and full details of how to take part in the Contest.

All photos will be judged by ACE President, Fabienne Paques and her team, and the six winners will be announced on Global Radio, The Costa Connection Magazine website, and ACE Facebook on Monday June 1, 2020. Each winner will receive a personalised commemorative Certificate… plus a rosette for their dog!

Based in La Cala de Mijas for over 20 years, the ACE Dog Shelter is currently taking care of more than 500 abandoned, unwanted and badly treated dogs and 120 cats. One of the longest-established and most dedicated of charities on the Costa del Sol, it receives no government funding and right now it needs your help like never before. Thank you.

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