Charities raising for Animals
Website – www.dogsforgood.org
Contact name – Tina Williams
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Dogs for Good trains dogs to support people with physical disabilities, learning difficulties and a range of conditions including autism and dementia. Our dogs offer life transforming companionship, bringing practical help and greater independence to the people we support. Trained dogs offer so much: they help build confidence, reduce social isolation and open doors to new opportunities.
We continually work to create a world where individuals and communities can benefit from a specially trained dog in times of need.
Contact: 0845 862 1256
TREAT ME KIND International is working to end cruelty to animals in the UK and Internationally. We help to raise awareness about animal cruelty, neglect and suffering through three core areas which are; donkey and horse welfare, animals used for entertainment and companion animals.
TREAT ME KIND International
West Sussex, RH13 5AA.
Contact - 01604 881317Our branch raise all of our own funds through events, sponsorship and fundraising champions who support us!We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome all through the county and often have to pay large vet bills to ensure quality of life - we never put a healthy animal to sleep!
RSPCA Northamptonshire BranchCharity number: 205377
Website: : https://www.aspinallfoundation.org/
The Aspinall Foundation are an internationally renowned animal conservation charity that works in conjunction with Howletts and Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks in Kent. dedicated to protecting endangered animals around the globe, we were founded in 1984. Now, over 30 years on, the foundation is known for returning captive bred animals to protected wilderness areas and reserves worldwide. Our parks lead the way in animal care, enclosure design, enrichment and are designed to be breeding sanctuaries for some of the world’s most endangered animals. The Aspinall Foundation fund, support and manage animal protection projects in Congo, Gabon, Java, Madagascar and many more around the world.
A few highlights:
- In Madagascar with our protection The Greater Bamboo Lemur has gone from a population of 100 to 1000.
- We have successfully released 72 Gorillas into Congo & Gabon and have had over 30 wild births!
- One of our packs of Painted Dogs will sent to Africa from Port Lympne in the next few months to be released back to the wild, this is the first ever Painted Dog Reintroduction!
- We are protecting one million acres of African savannah and forest in Gabon & Congo helping an entire ecosystem to recover and thrive once again.
- We are working with local community groups and schools in Kent to improve conservation awareness and promoting ways to look after local habitats.
Contact: 0114 261 7800
Support Dogs primary mission is to bring independence and improved quality of life to families whose lives are restricted by physical disabilities, severe epilepsy and autism, enabling individuals to carry out tasks that would otherwise require the support of a carer.