Support Your Local RSPCA Branch Today With #EveryoneForEveryAnimal

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Crowdfunder and the RSPCA have teamed up to launch #EveryoneForEveryAnimal, a new campaign to create a better world for every animal.

Nearly 60 RSPCA branches across England and Wales have launched their own fundraisers to raise money for their own animal welfare projects in their own communities. Many of the branches have also included unique rewards for their supporters as part of their fundraisers, from tours of their centre and RSPCA branded items.

In the Yorkshire and North East here are eight branches who have launched fundraisers:

• RSPCA Bridlington, Driffield & District Branch – donations will go towards a hip operation for Albus the six-month-old kitten who came into their care with a diagnosis of severe Hip Dysplasia.

• RSPCA  Darlington & District Branch – donations will go towards the rising vet bills the branch is facing at their RSPCA Cat Rehoming Hub – which went up by more than £10,000 last year! 

• RSPCA  Doncaster, Rotherham and District Branch – donations will go towards  a new van they aim to use solely for the animals including vet trips, collections and emergencies.

• RSPCA  Scarborough & District Branch – donations will go towards delivering vital animal welfare services, providing subsidised veterinary care to animal owners on low income and rehoming animals in their care.

• RSPCA  Hull and East Riding Branch – donations will go into its RSPCA Academy,  a space for pets and people to be rehabilitated, and also supports positive dog training, social prescribing initiatives, and rehabilitating animals.

• RSPCA  Sunderland, Hartlepool & South Tyneside Branch – donations will help fund pet clinic days, seminars, welfare events, their pet food bank, and vital veterinary care for the local community.

• RSPCA  York, Harrogate & District Branch – donations will go towards supporting  York Animal Home. Maintenance of the nine buildings, staffing costs, supporting volunteers, veterinary bills and most importantly caring for, rehabilitating and rehoming animals costs around £1,750 per day. 

• RSPCA  Sheffield Branch – donations will help the branch run Sheffield Animal  Rescue Centre and help them deliver their dream of building a new dog area on their grounds. 

There are also four national Crowdfunders which have been launched by the RSPCA which aim to raise funds for a number of RSPCA projects.

• Win a signed Charlie Mackesy print & support RSPCA

• See Wicked & help the RSPCA Pet Food Bank project   

• Will you help pets access the vet care they need?

• Win  a Coronation Street tour & help RSPCA rescuers 

As the RSPCA enters its landmark 200th anniversary year – the charity wants to inspire a one million strong movement for animals, as the charity aims to “create a better world for every animal”.

Dermot Murphy, RSPCA Inspectorate Commissioner said: “For almost two centuries, the RSPCA has been changing minds, laws, industries and lives to create a better world for animals and people alike. We have come a long way in 200 years but there is still so much more to do.

“Animals are now facing bigger challenges than ever as a result of factory farming, climate change, war and a cost of living crisis. In our 200th year we want to inspire one million people to join our movement to improve animals’ lives.

“We are incredibly proud of our network of branches across England and Wales and their dedication to animal welfare in their communities. We hope this campaign and their individual fundraisers will ensure they are able to continue to help more animals across their regions.”

The RSPCA has come a long way since 1824 – when founding members of the charity met in a coffee shop in London determined to change animals’ lives, creating the then SPCA and sparking an animal welfare movement that spread around the world.

Since then the charity has been changing industries, laws, minds and animals’ lives for 200 years, and in the last ten years alone has found homes for over 405,000 pets in need thanks to a network of 140 branches and animal centres across England and Wales. 

Veterinary treatment has also gone to 1.7 million animals, and by working together with food banks and their branches the RSPCA has delivered 1.5 million pet meals to help struggling owners. 

Join the animal welfare movement and help change more animals’ lives. Donate to support your local RSPCA branch from the list below or to the RSPCA #EveryoneForEveryAnimal national campaign. Together, we can create a better world for animals across England and Wales. 

To find out how you can join the million-strong movement for animals visit

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