COVID-19 info: Our rehoming centres are not open for public browsing but you can still make an appointment to adopt or bring a dog to us. We’ve set up new processes which include social distancing measures to help keep staff and our visitors safe.



Philanthropy is a very personal thing. Whether you’re a grant-making trust, foundation or an individual interested in supporting Dogs Trust, our Philanthropy Team can work with you to identify projects and activities that inspire you as much as they do us. In this section, you can find out more about ways of making a philanthropic gift to Dogs Trust.

"I felt so inspired and in awe of the work you do. I wish all animal welfare charities were like Dogs Trust! A good example and standard you are setting which makes me motivated to support you even more.”
 Donor, Dogs Trust Harefield Rehoming Centre

We can also arrange for you to visit one of our rehoming centres or projects that you are interested in learning more about. This way, you and your family or fellow trustees can see the difference your wonderful gift or grant will make to us – both two and four legged. We are also committed to keeping you updated on how your gift is being used, either through regular written updates and case studies or during one-to-one meetings. We will also meet any formal reporting requirements you require from us.

“The pre-adoption talks are really worthwhile. The snatches of conversation we heard from the public were really positive.  It is a real pleasure to support Dogs Trust.”
 Trustee, Dogs Trust Manchester Rehoming Centre



For more information about making a personal donation, please contact the Philanthropy Team, or if you would to support via your Trust or Foundation, please contact Andy Howell.