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THE ninth International Volunteer Manager Appreciation Day was held on Thursday, and the PDSA took the chance to thank its loyal staff.

Volunteers are very important to the PDSA, saving the charity pounds 8.5million every year. Without PDSA managers, it wouldn't be possible for these volunteers to help raise funds that enable the charity to provide 1.8 million free treatments to pets in need of vets every year.

PDSA head of volunteering Janet Compton said: "PDSA thanks all of its managers for their hard work and dedication in managing volunteers. We are extremely grateful to our committed volunteers across the UK, and the guidance that our professional managers provide to them. The partnership between staff and volunteers ensures our vets and nurses can help thousands of sick and injured pets every day."

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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Nov 3, 2007
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