Next round opens in September 2017
Grants are available to registered charities in the UK to improve animal welfare. Petplan Charitable Trust was formed in 1994 by Patsy Bloom and David Simpson to provide much needed funds to promote the health and welfare of animals. The aim of the Trust is to promote the health and welfare of animals and fund the advancement of veterinary understanding and treatment..
- Welfare Grants:
- One major welfare grant of up to £20,000 towards an innovative project to improve animal care and welfare.
- Up to £40,000 to be distributed for general grants of between £5,000 and £7,500 – This can include items such as neutering, kennelling costs and veterinary fees. Up to £40,000 to be distributed for general grants of up to £5,000. This can include items such as neutering, kennelling costs and veterinary fees.
- Grants to assist with vehicle purchase.
Applications for Welfare Grants must demonstrate a direct benefit to the species supported by the Trust (dogs, cats, horses and rabbits).
Education is seen as an important role for the welfare arm of the Charitable Trust and requests for funding for education in animal welfare will be considered.
Neutering and proper veterinary care are seen as priorities.
Application forms are available to complete online at the Trust’s website