How you can help animals in need during the Coronavirus crisis
The Coronavirus crisis is impacting on everyone – including animals in need. The donations we receive help provide care for abandoned animals in rehoming centres and provides them with all the food, veterinary care and love and attention they need. It helps provide free veterinary care for animals who might otherwise suffer, and it helps the communities who rely on their animals for support.
In this difficult time we must keep feeding, caring for and providing veterinary treatment to the animals who need us.
Cats like Minnie, abandoned in a flat without enough food or water, and dogs like Blossom, who was found living in the bin bags full of rubbish in a London park, need us now more than ever.
Here are some simple ways you can help us:
Donate your commute – If you are now working from home could you donate the cost of your train or bus fare, petrol, or parking to help us? Text COMMUTE to 70490 to donate £5. Or visit our donations page.
E-cards – this is the perfect time to send e-cards to friends and relatives celebrating birthdays, Easter, or simply to say ‘I’m thinking of you’. We’ve put together a selection of e-cards you can send during this time. Each features one of the amazing animals we’ve helped, and raises funds to help us keep saving animals:
Join our Home-athon – Challenge yourself to complete 5k, 10k, a half-marathon or a marathon in steps whilst staying within your house and garden and raise funds for animals desperately in need. Find out more on our website
Sign up to give via your pay – Payroll Giving is an easy and tax efficient way to help us. If you are working from home through this period you can still sign up. Find out more
Facebook birthday fundraiser – Make a birthday wish! Donate your birthday and help thousands of abandoned, neglected or sick animals. Find us on Facebook