ANNOUNCEMENT FROM TRUSTEES OF PAWS
As everyone is aware, the current situation means all movements are restricted and we are currently working on plans to keep all the animals in our care safe and well. We rely on donations of both money and food etc from the public. We ask you continue to support us as best you can. Donations can be left at the main gate as signposted. There is no entry to the site apart from authorised persons. We will post details of how you can donate online and any queries can be sent via messenger or in the meantime. Thank you for continuing to support us and we hope and your family remain safe and well during this crisis.
UNFORTUNATELY DUE TO OUR VERY LIMITED RESOURCES WE ARE UNABLE TO OFFER A RESCUE PLACE OR REHOME ANY ANIMALS DURING THIS PERIOD.
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....
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.