The RSPCA Radcliffe Animal Centre Trust is an independent charity which receives no financial assistance from the National Lottery or Government and is separate from the national RSPCA. We therefore raise all of our funds internally from local people, fundraising events, companies and other organisations. These funds are vital in order for us to carry on with our work and allow us to care for the number of animals here at the centre and within the community.
If you would like to make a one-off donation using your credit card, debit card or PayPal then click the Donate button below.
If you would like to become involved and help us raise funds for our animals please see our fundraising and volunteer pages to see how you can help the animal centre.
You can also help by donating your unwanted items, blankets, towels and bedding are all very useful. Food, treats and toys for our rabbits, cats and dogs, are all a great help to. We find these are the items that we go through the most at the centre, with over a thousand animals coming through our doors each year, you can imagine that is a lot of mouths to feed and muddy paws to dry!
Our annual average running costs are approx £700,000 per year. These costs include:
If you would like to make a donation to help with our running costs then you can do so via Paypal using the button below.
If you would rather donate in person, we still welcome donations via cash and cheque in our centre.
You can now help the animals in our care from the comfort of your own home or workplace.
We have set up three ‘wish lists’ on Amazon for dogs, cats and small animals. Here you can buy different toys, treats and equipment that will help make the animals stay with us happier and more comfortable. Continued environmental enrichment is vital for our animals as they rehabilitate.
If you would like to consider buying a gift please visit our RSPCA Radcliffe Animal Centre Wish List.
If you buy a gift this will be delivered directly to the shelter.
We are extremely grateful for any items we receive and couldn’t be more thankful.
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Thrown out of a car window from a moving vehicle on a dual carriageway. Tiny Bess is lucky to be alive & as Bess continues to grow in strength, we follow her brave journey.
There are times when an animal comes into our centre when we are truly shocked at the condition it is in, and the cruel neglect it has experienced. Milly was one of these cases, where her skin condition was in such a bad way that it was causing her a lot of pain.
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