The RSPCA Radcliffe Animal Centre 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 from local people, fundraising events, companies and other organisations.
We are always looking for new ideas and people who are willing to get involved and fund-raise on our behalf. If you are considering taking on a fund-raising challenge then please read about our #StepupStepout campaign and see how members of the public are stepping up to some extraordinary challenges to help our animals here at the centre.
Every penny counts in our mission to Rescue, Rehabilitate and Rehome the animals here at the centre.
If you are thinking of fund raising for us then we have created a Fundraising Pack which you may find useful whilst preparing for your event.
We can help you with promoting and publicising your event as well as letting you know how to send your money to us safely.
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Join in with our Annual Sponsored Fitness Challenge – Hike for hounds raising money for animals in our care.
You can take part with or without a canine companion or you can donate to “Team Radcliffe” to raise money for the animals here at the Centre.
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We welcome local businesses getting involved and supporting our work.
How about raising funds through a sponsored walk with some of our residents, helping get them out of kennels and you out of the office? Or planting trees and painting fences before lunch followed by an afternoon of animal madness?
How does it work?
Give as you Live is an online fundraising platform allowing users to shop at over 4,200 top stores and raise free funds for charities like us. The store pays Give as you Live a percentage of your total purchase price in commission and of this, 50% is passed on to RSPCA Radcliffe Trust if you select us as your chosen charity.
Due to the increasing changes to the Coronavirus Covid-19 situation we have suspended all volunteer recruitment.
Please understand this is in the interests of doing all we can to reduce the spread of infection.