KAPSA 2021 Calendar
The year 2020 will be remembered as the year of the Covid-19 pandemic. It has not stopped us making sure we could produce a 2021 Calendar. Our 2020 calendar has provided so much joy during this time, far more than we anticipated this time last year when putting it together.
So for 2021, it was a dive into the photo archives to produce a calendar which, including the cover image, contains more street animals than ever before. Some may be old friends to you, some new faces and some have even been adopted. We thought it important this year to remember that not every dog and cat stays on the streets, some get wonderful new forever homes, in Turkey or abroad. So no matter how things may look now, the future can be very different and wonderful, for the street animals, and for all of us – a positive thought to keep in mind now, in 2021 and onwards into the future.
The calendars are A4 in size, printed on quality satin finish paper and spiral bound with a wall hook.
The cost is £9.99 + £1.99 P&P per calendar
Here is what you need to do to order your 2021 calendar:
- Fill out the form below, choosing how many calendars you would like.
- Please do add a comment in the box, we love to hear from you.
- Click the ‘Donate’ button at the bottom of the form
- This will take you to a secure payment gateway where you can fill in your credit or debit card details
- Sit and wait for the calendar to land on your UK door mat
- Calendars are sent out as a batch once a month, usually in the first week.
- Therefore, if you haven’t received your calendar, check the date you ordered, as it’s likely it hasn’t been posted out yet.
- Postal days and any delays will be announced each month in the Facebook Group, so keep an eye on that.
- Finally, if you are buying a calendar and also making a donation, could you mention in the comment box how many calendars please.
Remember calendar numbers are limited, so please don’t leave your ordering to the last minute thinking it won’t be a problem. Every year we have a few disappointed people, so please don’t be one of them.
Kalkan residents – we are planning on getting some calendars out to Kalkan for you. This is going to depend very much on flights resuming of course, and we are working on a back up plan if that doesn’t happen. So, we promise to do our very best to make sure you don’t miss out, one way or another.