The Donkey Sanctuary was founded by the late Dr Elisabeth Svendsen MBE in 1969 to protect donkeys and mules and promote their welfare worldwide. Funded entirely by donations, The Donkey Sanctuary supports projects to relieve the suffering of donkeys worldwide, and has provided sanctuary and Donkey Guardian homes to almost 20,000 donkeys and mules since it was founded.Read 9 articles
The Greek Animal Welfare Fund (GAWF), operating in Greece as Animal Action, based in Athens. GAWF’s objects are the prevention and relief of cruelty and suffering amongst animals in Greece.
Guide Dogs exists to provide life-changing services to the 360,000 people who are registered blind or partially sighted. Our ambition is a future where every person with sight loss has the confidence and support to live their lives to the full. Since 1931 we’ve created thousands of partnerships; making a lifetime promise to provide every one of our guide dog owners with a dog for as long as they need one.
HAPPA (Horses and Ponies Protection Association) has been saving lives since 1937. Our Equine Inspectors investigate over 300 cases of cruelty and neglect each year and all rescued animals are cared for at Shores Hey Farm Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre based in Lancashire.Read 3 articles
Redwings Horse Sanctuary believes that every horse, pony, donkey and mule has the right to a happy and healthy life, free of fear and neglect. The charity rescues neglected and abandoned equines from all over the country, giving them a safe place to live and providing essential veterinary treatment, rehabilitation and care for the rest of their lives. Indeed, the charity currently provides daily care for over 1,500 rescued residents, making Redwings the UK’s largest horse sanctuary.Read 6 articles
WWF is the world’s leading independent conservation organisation - a truly global network, working in more than 100 countries. We tackle the most serious conservation challenges facing the planet and strive to build a future in which people live in harmony with nature. That’s why we’re passionate about sharing the planet’s resources more sustainably, taking action on climate change and protecting endangered wildlife.
The Anglo-Italian Society for the Protection of Animals is a British-based charity that raises funds worldwide to help animal welfare organisations in Italy. The Society was founded in 1952, following the death of the animal welfare pioneer, Leonard Hawksley. Our aim is to improve conditions for many wild and domestic animals which is so desperately needed.
The Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals was formed in 1970 by a group of clergy and lay Christians who felt very strongly that the Church did not speak out on the subject of animal cruelty and suffering. Our mission is therefore to ‘put animals on the agenda of the Christian church’.
You can change the world for animals! For 38 years, Animal Aid has been preventing animal suffering: Animal Aid filmed secretly in nine slaughterhouses. Eight were breaking animal welfare laws. As a result, two men were jailed for animal cruelty and all the major supermarkets now insist that their meat suppliers fit CCTV cameras.
Our pets bring us so much joy. You can do something very special for them in return by leaving a gift in your will to the Royal Veterinary College Animal Care Trust. The RVC’s animal hospitals provide specialist veterinary care to the sickest pets, pioneer new treatments and train the next generation of vets.