Aid for Animals Charitable Trust



About us

A small group of individuals came together in 2010 with the primary aim of wanting to try and help, in some small way, the many animals in the world that are suffering and helpless.  

We found that many animal welfare organisations are in desperate need of funds just to survive day to day, however those organisations are struggling to find enough time to provide the necessary care for the animals they are responsible for, let alone to have the time to raise sufficient funds to continue their vital work. In addition to the every day running costs many of these organisations find themselves shouldering the financial burden of treatment needed by the sick and injured animals brought to them in emergency situations and just dont have the funds to carry these unexpected, and often very large costs.

We were frustrated with the limited financial resources for the many animal rescue organisations out there in this predicament, and so the decision was made to set up a charitable trust which would be entirely devoted to animal rescue/welfare organisations. The aim of the trust is to not only award financial and material grants to these organisations but also promote them to a wider audience.

With all our combined experience of voluntarily work, particulary in the animal welfare area we set to work to put that knowledge to good use in setting up the trust.

Although we are a relatively young, and small organisation the initial success of the trust has been extremely positive and we hope to build on this success so that we are in a position to help many more animals in the future. 

All work and fundraising is carried out by volunteers. We welcome all support offered, so if you would like to get involved with Aid for Animals Charitable Trust or find out more please go to our 'Support us' page.

 






Aid for Animals Charitable Trust
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www.aidforanimals.org.uk  Email: aidforanimals@live.co.uk  

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