Worthing Cat Welfare Trust has spent the past 18+ years caring for abandoned, sick and distressed cats, organising
veterinary treatment, neutering, fostering, re-homing, lost cats etc. all throughout the Worthing district.
In order to support these activities, the charity relies solely on donations, legacies and gifts as well as the fund-raising
activities of many of its dedicated volunteers.
Because of the rising costs of keeping our charity running (food, litter, veterinary costs) and the massive increase in the number of cats we are
being asked to take in (almost 400 last year), we have decided to open another (second) charity shop in the Guildbourne Centre, Worthing.
PLEASE help us with kind donations of:
Good quality clothing (men and women)
Good condition shoes and boots
CDs and DVDs
Small items of furniture
Etc etc etc
Tel: 07712132707 or Email Sue.Lipman@WorthingCatWelfare.co.uk to arrange collections. Thank you.
Please help us to find the right place. We are looking for a small area of land (about 0.5 - 1.0 acre of land) where we are able to set up our sanctuary/re-homing centre.
We are looking for areas within 10 miles of Worthing. Maybe a small chunk of land attached to a farm, smallholding, equestrian site, garden centre? We are not looking for anywhere residential as we would be unable to obtain planning permission.
Tel: 07712132707 or Email Sue.Lipman@WorthingCatWelfare.co.uk if you have anything in mind. Thank you.
Here is a lovely little video of two of our lovely kittens, Mouse and Sunny, re-homed late 2013 to Hernrietta.
Worthing Cat Welfare Trust has researched the many ways of receiving donations and membership payments online and have now joined BT's MyDonate, Please help the cats by making a small donation online: Click HERE to donate securely through BT's MyDonate There is no need to register and you can opt to allow us to reclaim tax on your kind donation through GiftAid. It takes just a couple of minutes.... Thank You
Worthing Cat Welfare Trust has recently been awarded a grant of £9,652 under the Big Lottery's "Awards for All" scheme. The grant is to be used exclusively for improving information technology used by this local Charity.
Iris Green, Chairman, said "This award will enable us to promote the work we do and encourage more volunteers and members of the community to get involved with the Charity. We want to computerise our organisation to promote our cause to a wider audience, improve the standard of our service and meet our objectives. We would like to give talks to groups and schools to promote the work we do; and hope that this grant will now enable us to include the purchase of a projector and screen to make our presentations more interesting, thereby gaining more support and volunteers.
We hope that our shop, to be opened very soon, will provide some much needed additional income and enable the community to learn more of our work, and we hope this venture will also assist in the recruitment of volunteers and supporters."
Join our membership for just £7.50 (£10.00 for 2 at same address) and receive our regular 'MewsLetters' here.
THE CHARITY WAS FORMED in July 1995 and granted charity status in October 1995.
It consists of a team of very determined and enthusiastic cat lovers, a number of whom have previous
experience over many years caring for abandoned, sick and distressed cats, organising veterinary treatment,
neutering, fostering, etc., and the fund-raising necessary to support these activities.
In 1998, we were very proud to have been Runners Up in the Friskies Petcare Foundation Awards, and
we are also very pleased to be accredited to the Feline Advisory Bureau.
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