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Worldwide Veterinary Service case study

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Worldwide Veterinary Service case study

Charity name:

WVS (Worldwide Veterinary Service)

Charity representative name:

Emma Harrison

What does this mean to your charity?

This means the world to WVS, we are a small charity but with huge ambitions which are being realised. We are able to use the money generated from this fantastic scheme to help animals that desperately need our help, all over the world. This money allows us to treat these animals and provide them with the essential veterinary care that they would otherwise not receive. I would encourage all supporters to consider signing up with Give as you Live, as literally every time you order your weekly shop, purchase that new blockbuster or even book your family holiday, we will receive a donation for our animal welfare projects, it is really that easy!

What communication channels do you use to promote Give as you Live?

We have promoted this on social media and via our emailers too.

What Give as you Live resources have you used to promote it to your supporters?

So far, just the downloadable banner indicating we had reached £500 of donations, but I will definitely use more in the future.

What the charity thinks...

We would thoroughly recommend Give as you Live, it is a very easy way to yield donations and the platform is really easy to use and is informative and engaging. We are able to use the money generated from this fantastic scheme to help animals that desperately need our help, all over the world. This money allows us to treat these animals and provide them with the essential veterinary care that they would otherwise not receive. I would encourage all supporters to consider signing up with Give as you Live, as literally every time you order your weekly shop, purchase that new blockbuster or even book your family holiday, we will receive a donation for our animal welfare projects, it is really that easy!

Emma Harrison, Charity representative