Pets at Home Foundation

The foundation (formerly Support Adoption for Pets) offers two grant programmes:

Rescue Centre Grants:

£250+ for organisations whose main activity is the rescue and rehoming of UK pets. Funding can cover vet bills, boarding fees, trap and neutering schemes, food equipment, vehicles, or building work. There are no deadlines.

Helping People Through Pets:

£250 – £50k for charities that provide temporary or ongoing assistance to ensure pets can remain with their owners and/or change the lives of adults and children through the provision of animal-based activities. Funding can cover building work, vehicles, equipment, vet bills, salaries, or new initiatives directly involving pets and people. Applications are considered three times a year; deadlines can be requested from the foundation.

Read more and apply here. 


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