Become a PDSA partner

We don’t receive any government or National Lottery funding, so the support of our partners is really important to us. Your support helps us provide vet treatments for needy pets across the UK - pets like Ruby the kitten who suffered severe chemical burns or Holly the Border Collie who was only given a 10% chance of surviving a deadly infection, read about the pets we treat.

Supporting PDSA isn't just great for the pets we treat - it's great for your organisation too. It’s an opportunity to demonstrate your commitment to social and corporate responsibility as well as providing your staff with opportunities to get involved with volunteering and fundraising.

Come and join us so that we can continue to offer medical care and kindness to the UK’s pets in need.

Our Corporate Partnership Team works with businesses of all shapes and sizes. We work closely with you to create a bespoke partnership package to suit you. There are loads of ways your business can support our work:

  • Volunteering at PDSA
  • Fundraising for PDSA
  • Payroll Giving
  • Becoming one of our official partners
  • Becoming a corporate sponsor
  • Naming us as your charity of the year
  • Adopting a PDSA Pet Hospital

Get in touch with our Corporate Partnership Team using our General Enquiries form and selecting 'Corporate Partnerships'

Bringing PDSA into your school is a great chance for children and staff to learn more about animal wellbeing and how to become the best possible pet owner.

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.

If you’d like to find out more about what we do and how you can help, get in touch.