A one-off donation is much appreciated and will make a huge difference to sick and injured pets and the owners who love them. We can use it to pay for things like bandages and pain relief, hospital equipment and nursing care for poorly pets.
A regular gift is fantastic because it means we can plan our future and reach even more pets in need. And if you give £3 per month or more, we can send you a welcome pack and our Companions magazine as a thank-you.
On-going sponsorship will help a well-loved pet to live a healthy and pain free life and will support pet owners to keep their much-loved companions
The ideal gift for any animal-mad kid, includes a club pack crammed with posters, stickers, fun games, a free gift and Animal Antics magazine delivered every two months.
From buying expensive but necessary veterinary equipment to building new PDSA Pet Hospitals, there are some projects where we need large donations for. Are you an individual, a trust or an organisation that could help us?
A donation to PDSA is a wonderful way to honour the memory of someone who loved animals. They’ll be commemorated forever in our Book of Remembrance where you can create a tribute page to honour them – and share it with family and friends to add their own feelings and memories.
Payroll Giving, also known as Give as you Earn, is a simple way for you to make regular, tax-free donations to PDSA. These donations help our vital work in providing life-saving care and treatment to sick and injured pets.
Did you know your old, unwanted car could raise money for PDSA? Our partner, Giveacar, will collect it free of charge and then sell or dispose of it, raising a donation for PDSA of £100 on average.
Gift Aid boosts your donation value by 25% without it costing you a penny more. So a £5 donation from you would be worth £6.25. Gift Aid lets us to claim back the tax you’ve already paid. So we can do even more life-saving care for sick and injured pets.
From fitness challenges to dog shows, coffee mornings and walking on hot coals, we havelots of fun, exciting ways you can help us raise funds for sick and injured pets.