On the 12th to the 14th September we will be raising awareness and collecting donations at Sainsbury’s, Kidlington. Please come and talk with us, put some change in
On the 12th to the 14th September we will be raising awareness and collecting donations at Sainsbury’s, Kidlington. Please come and talk with us, put some change in our tin or sign up to sponsor a rescue or start fundraising for our local animals. We are here to help you get started.
Remember to nominate The Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary in your local supermarkets next charity fundraising drive. If you are unsure of who your local store is supporting. Please ask a member of staff behind the Customer Services desk.
We have a wonderful team of volunteers who help with our fundraising efforts. They are happy to provide support at local events, if you would like to be part of our volunteer fundraising group please get in touch with our team of helpers. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear from you.
Fundraising with us is a great way to meet like-minded individuals with a passion for caring for the most neglected, abandoned and vulnerable animals in Oxfordshire alongside our work to educate and improve animal welfare.
If you’re shopping at Waitrose in Wallingford on the 27th October, or just in the local area, it would be amazingly generous of you to spare any change to help
If you’re shopping at Waitrose in Wallingford on the 27th October, or just in the local area, it would be amazingly generous of you to spare any change to help support our animals.
We rely 100% on donations to fulfil our promise to care for Oxfordshire’s most vulnerable animals.
The Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary admits & rehomes over 500 animals every year. Since opening in 1967, we have proudly managed to help over 25,000 animals find their forever home.
At any one time, we have around 60 dogs, 90 cats and kittens plus a number of rabbits and guinea pigs. We also care for our permanent guests of goats, a horse and a little Shetland pony.
We were founded to be inclusive, understanding and a place where any animal was welcome.
Many of our animals come to us from difficult backgrounds. Some arrive with acute behavioural needs and some have immediate medical needs. We deal with each case individually and start by earning their trust and understanding their needs.
We hold our ’non-destruction policy’ as a core principle for our work. This means that we will never put a healthy animal down and work to find each one a forever home.
Thank you for choosing to support our animals, they (and we) really appreciate it!
If you are in the local area, please pop in and say hello.