From left: Tom, badly neglected; Robin, Marion and Little John, unwanted; BoBo, injured stray - Just a few of the hundreds of animals helped by this branch.
Help us to help animals that have been cruelly treated or neglected, are sick or injured, have been abandoned or just no longer wanted.
This branch, like all RSPCA branches, is responsible for raising its own funds locally to care for local animals. We receive no Government or lottery support.
|Each year this branch spends thousands of pounds to help alleviate animal suffering and we couldn't do it without the generous support of members of the public. In the past three years this branch has spent more than £300,000 on helping to improve the lives of hundreds of animals in the area and further afield where our help has been needed. In 2011 alone we spent more than £130,000.|
|Tinker Tom, injured in illegal blood sports with Justin, the vet who saved his left eye.|
|Donating doesn’t just have to be about giving money – it can be giving your time or your unwanted possessions that we can sell or recycle. You can even raise funds for us when you shop on-line!|
Ways you can donate
On line donations. Please click here for MyDonate
Shop2fundraise Thousands of retailers will donate money to us when you buy goods through the shop2fundraise website. Click here for details.
Giving through your Ebay sales. Did you know you can elect to donate a percentage (any amount from 10%-100%) of any goods you sell on Ebay to our charity? MissionFish allows you to do this. Further details at www.missionfish.org.uk
Alternatively go directly to our eBay page, click here. (If link appears broken, please paste these details into your browser address: http://donations.ebay.co.uk/charity/charity.jsp?NP_ID=28801)
Donate your unwanted possessions to one of our three charity shops in Ash Vale, North Camp or Farnham. Click here for addresses and opening times.
Recycle old mobile phones and jewellery. Click here for more details.
Donate your time to help us. We are always looking for volunteers to help us. Please click here to find out about the various ways you can get involved.