I am very proud to be actively involved with the following organisations. I have personal experience of each of these groups and think they all deserve all the support we can give them. Click on the pictures below to find out more and find some links to their own websites.
The UK’s largest Veterinary Charity, PDSA provides over 2 million free treatments to sick and injured pets each year. I have worked for this incredible charity both as a vet and fundraiser.
Click on the picture to find out more about my time with PDSA.
The World’s Wildlife needs veterinary care and Wildlife Vets International are trying to ensure they get the best care they can. They have assisted a number of projects I have visited after I asked them to help out. Click on the picture to find out more.
From my first encounter with African Wild Dogs in Botswana I have been a massive fan of these misunderstood and endangered carnivores. They are beautifully marked and have an incredible social structure. Click for more info and pics.
Knowing where your money goes when supporting a conservation project is important. Chester Zoo has set up this great system of keeping up to date with what your donation has done for wildlife. Whether a little or a lot, your cash can make a difference. Click on the picture to find out more.
Dog A.I.D. is a growing charity who’s aims are to help the dog’s of disabled people help their owners. Rather than supply a dog bred specially for the purpose they work with pets already owned by the disabled person. The things these dogs can do are amazing. Click on the picture to see more.
The Horniman Museum & Gardens is a fantastic venue for a visit when in London. With its beautiful buildings, gardens and collections. I visited earlier this year and had an amazing tour round. The amount of research going on behind the scenes is staggering. Take a tour round the website and you’ll see why I’m proud to be one of its patrons. Click on the Pic to go there.