PAWS gives everyone a chance to have a rescue success story regardless of age, location or circumstance. We have no age limit for adopters and take everyone on a case by case basis. We will help you find your perfect match!
Racing to support PAWS, John donned the prestigious Big Todd outfit and delivered and outstanding result. Raising £289 for our cause, we would like to thank John. John was also supporting Sue Ryder and were very proud to call John an exemplary model of good will for our charities. The generosity of this kind act supports to continuity of animal welfare with the Calderdale area? Ever considered volunteering? Want to be like John and aid a worthy cause? Check out our volunteeri
Today the PAWS volunteers rallied at Gordon Riggs Garden Center based in Walsden, to engage the public in supporting local animal welfare. Activities such as an Easter colouring, hook-a-duck game (with prizes), tombola and cakes & buns were on offer and many attended. It's great to see the generosity and passion of the local public supporting our cause. As a result of your continued support, today we raised £286.23, which we are very grateful to receive (as are all the furry
Today PAWS received an email from the Coop Local Community Fund, who have been supporting us with our ventures. The Coop Said "The funding period for your project on the Local Community Fund finished on 8 April. Congratulations, you've been awarded a total of £4,363.49. You’re one of more than 4,000 causes across the UK who’ve benefitted from the Local Community Fund and are making a difference in their communities." We are so very grateful that the Coop - Local Community Fun
The Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust was set up in 1982, by Mrs Jean Beryl Lilian Sainsbury, and is a registered charity (No. 326358). Since then, the Trust has given over £8.4 million to animal welfare charities. http://www.jeansainsburyanimalwelfare.org.uk/ The Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust has awarded us £3000 towards our operation costs.