We don’t receive support from the government or the national lottery, so the kind support of charitable trusts and foundations is key to our ongoing success in helping animals whose owners would struggle to pay vet’s bills.
Last year we cared for over 470,000 pets at our PDSA Pet Hospitals, PDSA Pet Clinics and PDSA Pet Practices. But the cost of providing our vet services is rising. Growing our income is crucial if we’re to continue having an immediate impact on the welfare of pets and their owners.
Help the companions of elderly, vulnerable and disadvantaged people
We help pets in need, but our work is also for the benefit of their owners, who are often elderly, vulnerable and disadvantaged. The support of charitable trusts has a major influence on the services we provide in some of the most deprived areas of the country.
There is an urgent need to develop and expand our services, so your support is needed more than ever. So if your charitable trust focuses on animals, the elderly, education/training, disability, relief of poverty or healthcare and you think you could be of assistance, we’d love to hear from you.
Come and see what we do
We arrange several visits a year to our PDSA Pet Hospitals so that trustees can see behind the scenes, meeting vets, nurses, pets and owners to see the difference they are making.
Our current funding opportunities
With a UK-wide network of 51 PDSA Pet Hospitals and over 380 PDSA Pet Practices, we have a wide variety of projects that need funding. Trustees are welcome to give their support to a specific location or project, or allow us to direct their donation to where it’s needed most.