How you can support us
RSPCA Cornwall Branch does not employ any company to raise funds on its behalf neither does the Branch arrange house to house or street cash collections. However, here are some other ways you can help us:
- Help with fund-raising. (see examples below).
- Remember the Venton Animal Centre in your Will by specifying RSPCA Cornwall Branch and our charity number 1024808
- Join the RSPCA and be part of the RSPCA Cornwall Branch.
- Shop online and raise money for the RSPCA Cornwall Branch. For more information please see HERE
- Become a Friend of the RSPCA Cornwall Branch
- Sponsor a cat pen or dog kennel. Please email for an explanatory leaflet.
- Make a donation to the Branch.
- Volunteer to be a Home Visitor, help in our charity shops or at the Animal Centre, dog walking or help with practical animal care. Please email for an application form and explanatory leaflet.
Give a Car
Giveacar is a not-for-profit social enterprise that can turn your old car into cash for any UK charity. They arrange free collection then either sell your car at auction or scrap it with the proceeds raised going to your charity.Giveacar is a not-for-profit social enterprise that can turn your old car into cash for any UK charity. They arrange free collection then either sell your car at auction or scrap it with the proceeds raised going to your charity.
The UK's first car donation scheme, Giveacar has won awards and has now supported over 1,000 charities with the money raised from old cars. Using a nationwide network of breakers yards and salvage partners, they have handled the auction and disposal of over 8,000 vehicles so they know how to raise the best donation possible whether your car is in perfect condition or not. If you need to get rid of an old car and would like to support your local RSPCA at the same time, give them a call on 0207 736 4242 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are grateful for all assistance - Thank you!
Fabian and Jacques Hamon-Lawrence
Fabian and Jacques Hamon-Lawrence from St Agnes baked biscuits and raised £33.50 during the Easter holidays.
They'd heard on the radio there are many abandoned animals in the county and wanted to help the ones the Venton Centre is looking after.