Every year, RSPCA Radcliffe Animal Centre cares for over a 1,000 animals that have been abused, neglected & abandoned. We need your help to continue to Rescue & Rehabilitate these animals before we can find them new forever homes.
Through our monthly sponsorship scheme you will help provide a safe environment for neglected, abandoned & cruelly treated animals. By sponsoring an animals care you won’t be helping just one animal, you’ll be sponsoring the lives of all who find themselves at our animal centre every year.
Our annual running costs are in the region of £800,000. Our veterinary costs are high because many of our rescued animals arrive having never seen a vet, sadly neglect takes it toll and many will need extensive care and treatment during their rehabilitation period before being ready for rehoming.
Your monthly sponsorship ensures we are able to continue to provide the best care and accommodation for our animals, see below for suggested monthly sponsorship amounts:
£3 – would feed a rabbit for a week (that’s about the price of a coffee).
£5 – would feed a cat for a week (that’s about the price of a pint of beer).
£10 – would feed a dog for a week (that’s about the price of a bottle of wine).
Signing up is easy, all you need to do is print the form off and fill it in, selecting the amount that you wish to contribute each month. If you would like to set this up please see the standing order form below.
After making your donation, you will receive an email asking you to confirm if you are a UK taxpayer. Please reply to this email as this means we can claim an extra 25% on your donation.
Complete our sponsor form
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.