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How we spend your donation
We couldn't fund our life-saving work for animals without your help. That's why we're committed to being transparent about where your donation goes.
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£1
81p
goes straight to animal welfare
18p
goes towards raising the next pound
1p
is spent on governance
More than 80 percent of your donation will go to rescuing and rehoming or releasing vulnerable animals. This means abandoned dogs and cats will be cared for, or an injured fox can get a much needed check-up. Most importantly, it ensures that the voice of all animals can be heard.
From bats to badgers and seals to sparrows, we help animals great and small. Each year, we rescue more than 100,000 of them. Without the funds gained through our marketing, we would not be able to finance our crucial work.
Your 1p will support our board members as they create campaigns and push for governance change. At home or abroad, our prevention campaigns are essential for improving the safety and happiness of animals.

We adhere to the Fundraising Regulator standards.

The Fundraising Regulator is an independent, non-statutory body that regulates fundraising across the charitable sector in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. They work in partnership with other regulators and the representative bodies in the charitable and fundraising sectors to build public confidence and ensure consistent fundraising standards across the UK.

Success stories

Rolo the therapy dog

Born into a puppy farm, Rolo the rescue dog had a rough start. He was nursed back to health and found a forever home, but that's just the start of the story. Rolo is now a Pets as Therapy dog who spends his days bringing joy to a local hospital and children's wards, one pat at a time.

Goose attacked

Our inspectors were called to a Canada goose who had been shot through the neck with a crossbow. Luckily he was taken to an animal hospital in time for vets to sedate him, remove the arrow, and offer a cosy nest to recuperate in. He was later released back to the wild.

Cat Smart

Cat Smart is an RSPCA funded prevention campaign. We worked alongside our Sheffield Branch and other partners to proactively reduce the numbers of unwanted or abandoned kittens coming through our doors. In just one day 50 cats were neutered.

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