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Leave a gift in your Will

Without legacies we would not currently be able to sustain our branch operations. Today these gifts are as vital as ever, allowing us to upgrade our animal accommodations, invest in new initiatives and help more animals than ever before.

How gifts in Wills have helped

Legacies allow us to continue to help animals day in and day out. Simply put, if not for gifts in Wills we would not exist. However, alongside this there are some specific projects that legacies have funded for us.

We have recently completed refurbishments to our kennel block allowing us to continue offering a good standard of care until the development of new facilities can be completed. This has now been followed by refurbishments to our cattery.

Our tired old van had to be retired and replaced, as did our telephone system and now our website. These are some of the vital tools providing our services.

These are just a few of the wonderful things that legacies have helped us to fund.

How a gift in your Will can help

In the future, neglected, abandoned and cruelly-treated animals will continue to have a place where they can be cared for, rehabilitated and rehomed. Your gift will help us with the every day costs associated with this, including veterinary costs, as well as the larger projects like our current cat intake project. Without your help, none of this would be possible.

Due to the success we have had with our brilliant shop in Swadlincote, we are now opening a shop in Burton. This will go a long way towards reaching a sustainable income stream for the animal home and allowing us the confidence to commit to developing the animal home site. Money from legacies and other donations is vital in helping us to cover day to day running costs, invest in securing income streams for our future and will help us to develop new facilities.

To find out how to leave a gift in your will, and for other information, please see the links on the left hand side.