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To make a one off donation or a regular donation simply donate online or send a payment by post or BACS. More information here.
We are the voice of helpless animals and they need our help
It’s a simple formula, but it works. Donors to the Animal Rescue Foundation may respond to an appeal they receive in the mail, or after reading this website, they may decide to send a cheque, sign up for a standing order or direct debit, or write a bequest into their will.
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A gift of £15 would enable your local animal rescue centre to feed and care for an abandoned or neglected cat, dog or pony for two days, helping them back on the road to recovery.
A regular gift of £5 per month would help the centres buy in food and medicine, fuel to rescue the animals and money to pay for vets bills and the general running costs.
How your donations help us, help animal charities
We need your help
Whatever route a donation takes, it’s used to support animals in need of care and attention by supporting smaller animal charities throughout the UK where rescue centres, shelters and re-housing projects need help. Foundation money is used by charities to help in such areas as fund-raising, vets bills and capital projects, thus allowing these local organisations to concentrate on looking after their animals.
Only those charities with a declared ethical policy regarding animal care and re-homing will be supported by the Foundation.
Animal rescue centres we’ve helped say…
When Royston Animal Welfare needed funds to cover the cost of running cat and dog pens they asked the Animal Rescue Foundation for help – and were very pleased to receive a total of £10,500 over two years.
We received £2,000 – a fab donation. This went a long way to cover the neutering costs of a couple of large feral cat colonies we were trapping and getting in at the time. Obviously vet bills are our biggest expense, so this was a great help to us.
The charity was delighted to receive £4,000 from the Animal Rescue Foundation in April 2013 towards establishing a dedicated area for dogs in the Isolation Unit to get free running exercise and fresh air, and reduce any anxiety of being kennel bound while waiting for health clearance.
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