Times are tough financially for all charities. We depend on the generous donations and support we receive from many sources. Below is some information about our sponsors. If you would like to sponsor a family or one of our projects, please get in touch: email@example.com
Chelsea & Mr French Fund via the The Kennel Club Charitable Trust gave a very large donation to support individual cases and to support our outreach and publicity work which includes our posters campaign leaflets & signage. This has enabled us to reach out and find foster carers and people in need.
Animal friends gave us a substantial donation towards our general costs of running the charity, which means we can continue to support those in need.
If you are a organisaton, whether a business or not for profit, and would like to sponsor the charity please email Gavin at firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome donations for specific projects as well as general costs. If you would like to know more about our specific projects pleae ask.
To rescue the animals from their situation and transport them to their foster family (and of course, to return them to their owner when they are safe!) we need secure vehicles. We have a current need for two vehicles, and each requires a fund of around £5000.
Each case usually requires food and supplies to be covered, and often needs some form of veterinary costs to be covered. Travel is also a regular expenditure. On average a case will cost about £1500 for 6 months, and your contributions would be much appreciated. We can give you some information of the case you have supported, but in a way that does not divulge their identity.
Our staff and all our files must be kept secure. We are always at risk from perpetrators of violence, given the nature of the work we do. This is a very sad fact about our charity work. We therefore maintain an office space in a high security location, but the rent is a major expense for the charity. We would appreciate contribution to this. One year's rent is £8400.
Our caseworkers look after cases from the time the original plea for help comes in, to when the owners are reunited with their pets. There is a lot of work to do in between, including locating and vetting foster carers, arranging the transportation of the pets, and the general care of those pets. Caseworkers also act as a communication link between the owner and foster carer, sending regular updates to the owner. The more caseworkers we have, the more people we can help.
We have a case that involves multiple rabbits and they are in desperate need of being both vaccinated and neutered to reduce the problems being experienced by the owner. This will be £750 in total.
We plan on renting a residential property where animals and potentially their owners can reside whilst they seek the support and safety they need. This will be a private location known only to a few. On occasion, survivors of abuse cannot stay in a refuge, or their pets cannot be separated from them, so a site where they can stay together would be a huge advantage for them. We have been offered a site, but need to cover the rent.