We are enormously grateful to every grant giver, supporter and philanthropist that chooses to make a major impact and help us to continue our work to help every dog we can. Significant gifts enable us to develop our services and infrastructure to deliver life-saving and life-changing care for the most deserving dogs in our region.

Significant Gifts - Transform Lives

We can only carry out our work thanks to the caring and generosity of dog lovers who are kind enough to consider making a significant gift towards our work.

When you make a gift of £5,000 or more, we will work with you closely to identify aspects of our work or specific projects which you would like to support and we will provide follow up impact reports and can arrange behind-the-scenes visits to our centres and meetings with our specialist staff, so you can see the difference your support will make. You will also receive invitations to special events with like-minded people.

Please remember Gift Aid can increase the value of your donation by 25%

Please contact Fi Harrison, Head of Fundraising & Communications on 0121 643 5211 Option 3 or email

Trusts & Foundations – Delivering Major Impact

Charitable Trusts and Foundations provide vital funds which enable us to provide the best possible animal welfare we can to the homeless dogs that need care the most. We are hugely grateful to the organisations that generously award grants to our charity, to support our work and contribute towards significant projects, from underwriting capital projects to funding medical equipment and transportation.

Please contact Fi Harrison, Head of Fundraising & Communications on 0121 643 5211 Option 3 or email

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