For over 30 years the RVC Animal Care Trust has been dedicated to improving animal health and care through investing in hospital equipment and facilities, funding ground-breaking research into animal and human health, and supporting veterinarians, veterinary nurses and scientists of the future.
We rely on your support to make this happen. Your support helps us care for tens of thousands of pets and animals every year by providing funds for new equipment and enhanced facilities. It helps us discover and explore treatments for human and animal diseases, and it provides assistance to Royal Veterinary College students.
From donating to our pioneering dog and cat blood donor programme to leaving us a gift in your will, there are many ways to support us and make a difference.
We're raising money for the RVC's Small Animal Referral Hospital. Help save the lives of critically ill pets this Christmas, just like Bonnie, by donating to our appeal.
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Support the wonderful RVC Blood Transfusion Service and the superhero pets that donate their blood to keep hundreds of critically ill animals alive every year.
Join our new community where pets help pets! ACT Tailwaggers support pets that need help the most by funding the development of pioneering veterinary medicine.
Are you a company looking for a way to engage your staff in support of a good cause? Are you an individual looking for a new volunteering opportunity? Look no further!
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Without the help and support of our community, the ACT simply couldn’t operate. Whatever time, resources and energy you have, there is a vital role for you to play in our fundraising.
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The ACT organises several events each year and we are also lucky enough to have many fabulous supporters running, walking, baking, and even skydiving for us! Join in today!
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Leave a gift in your will
Gifts in wills play a major role in our funding. Your gift could help support and fund special equipment and facilities to improve education, research and clinical practice.
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