Spend, save and raise: Raise free donations for the National Animal Welfare Trust whenever you shop online…

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  • Founded in 1971, the National Animal Welfare Trust is one of the Top 10 Rescue and Rehoming charities in England; rehoming up to 1,800 animals a year from five centres across the UK.
  • The trust is home to a wide variety of animals, primarily cats and dogs, but also farm animals, horses, donkeys, rabbits, guinea pigs and birds.
  • National Animal Welfare Trust’s mission is to promote responsible pet ownership throughout the U.K. so that one day every pet might have the responsible owner they deserve. By signing up to Savoo and selecting the National Animal Welfare Trust as your charity, they will receive free donations every time you shop online.

How to raise free donations for National Animal Welfare Trust

  1. Sign up to Savoo for free to start saving money and raising free donations
  2. Click 'Support a Charity' to browse our charity directory
  3. Search for 'National Animal Welfare Trust', browse by category, or select another charity close to your heart
  4. Ensure you're signed in to your Savoo account and click 'Support this charity' on the page of your choice
  5. Begin using our discount codes and deals to save at your favourite stores
  6. Check out your account to see how much you've raised so far every time you place an order through Savoo!

Signing up to support National Animal Welfare Trust with Savoo

Learn more about National Animal Welfare Trust

There are multiple different ways in which the National Animal Welfare Trust help care for animals.

  • Rehoming: The rehoming process for rescue animals who have unfortunately been given up is a thorough one. It is to make sure that the pet is being adopted into a loving, caring home that can provide it with the support that it needs.
  • Pet insurance: If you’ve adopted a pet, you want to make sure that it is cared for in the best way. National Animal Welfare Trust will provide you with as much information as possible about the different types of insurance that you can get for your pet.
  • Open Paw: this programme has been developed for cats and dogs in rescue centres to help provide them with enrichment training and social skills.
  • Giving up your pet: National Animal Welfare Trust provides a judgement free zone for those whose circumstances have changed and they need to give up their pet. They will provide you with as much help, information and support as possible.

You can show your support for the National Animal Welfare Trust in so many ways, ranging from donating to fostering a pet.

How they support: Pet Care Card

The Pet Care Card makes sure that your pet is protected if you were to suddenly pass away. It allows your pet to be taken in by the National Animal Welfare Trust for free to be cared for until they’re rehomed. Once taken in, through the donations raised, the pet will be given a full medical exam and behavioural assessment, as well as fed and loved until a new owner comes along. Pets will not be put down if a home isn’t found for them, rather they will be looked after for the rest of their life.

Ways you can help: Foster a Pet

If you want to take on a more hands on approach, fostering a pet is the way to go. Providing a sweet animal with a temporary home and lots of love is a great way to make their wait for af forever home a lot easier. When you take in a foster pet, you’ll be provided with all the equipment and necessary expenses possible to make your new four-legged friends stay as comfortable as possible.

Other ways to donate: Fundraise for the National Animal Welfare Trust

Fundraising for the National Animal Welfare Trust couldn’t be easier. Whether you decide to run a 10k, organise a coffee morning, or partake in a sponsored walk, there are different methods you can use to raise money for their amazing mission.


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