Royal Veterinary College Animal Care Trust

The Animal Care Trust exists to support the RVC's wide range of clinical, research and educational activities aimed at improving animal health and care.

 Did you know...

The Royal Veterinary College Animal Care Trust was founded in 1982 and registered as a UK charity.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother agreed to be the charity’s patron.

We are proud to now have The Duchess of Cornwall as our patron.

 What makes Royal Veterinary College Animal Care Trust different

For more than 30 years, the Royal Veterinary College Animal Care Trust has been dedicated to improving animal health and care.

The Animal Care Trust supports the RVC hospitals that treat and care for over 25,000 animals a year by providing funds for new equipment and enhanced facilities. Funds are also raised for other animal care projects, such as the blood transfusion programme, where dog and cat blood donations save the lives of hundreds of critically-ill animals every year.

The Animal Care Trust supports clinicians and scientists of the future, invests in the development and application of scientific research, funds pioneering work in animal and human health, and assists research projects carried out by undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Other ways to support

There are so many ways that people can support the Animal Care Trust, from donating small change to taking on the challenge of a lifetime, from dog shows to bike rides and cake sales to half marathons!

Companies can sponsor or become partners, donate regularly to us or work with us in the shorter term.

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Address

Hawkshead Lane, North Mymms
Hertfordshire
AL9 7TA

Contact Number

01707 666237