Forgotten Animals case study
How 60 supporters have raised £1,835.41 with Give as you Live
What does this mean to your charity?
25 neutered cats or dogs, which won't breed in Russia. Their offspring would have had added tens of thousands unwanted kittens or puppies in a country where there is a high surplus of unwanted animals, no laws protecting them. They won't suffer on the street, die slowly in basements or at the hands of sadists.
What communication channels do you use to promote Give as you Live?
Our website, email campaigns.
What Give as you Live resources have you used to promote it to your supporters?
Holiday ads, banners
What the charity thinks...
Give as you Live is a great opportunity for people to contribute to charity without spending extra money. It is a most needed extra source of income to us and 100 percent of it goes towards reducing animal suffering.
Anna Kogan, Charity representative
- Bat Conservation Trust
- Born Free Foundation
- Bristol Animal Rescue Centre
- British Hen Welfare Trust
- Catflap (Care And Treatment For Lost Or Abandoned Pet Cats) (Scotland)
- Cats Protection
- Cheltenham Animal Shelter
- Dogs for Good
- English Springer Spaniel Welfare
- Forgotten Animals
- Guide Dogs
- Happycats Rescue
- Last Chance Animal Rescue Home
- Penrith And District Beekeepers Association
- Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary
- Shropshire Cat Rescue
- The Big Cat Sanctuary
- The Cinnamon Trust
- The Froglife Trust
- Worldwide Veterinary Service
- Zante Strays