Support IAPWA during COVID-19

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As with many charities around the world, COVID-19 is hitting us hard.

Even though the coming months will be challenging for IAPWA, we are dedicated to continuing the important lifeline we provide to animals. But this is where we need YOUR help. Below you will find a selection of ways in which you can help to support IAPWA and the animals in our care over the coming months. Anything you can do, no matter how big or small, will be hugely appreciated and may just help to save a life!

Simply hover over the options below to find out more. Thank you for your support!

Donate to our URGENT APPEAL

To carry out our vital work, we need funding. Funding which we would have received from a range of activity that can sadly no longer go ahead due to COVID-19.

We know it is a big ask, but we truly need you now more than ever. Can you help us reach our target of £5,000? Together we can ensure that all of the animals in our care receive the support and treatment they so desperately need. Donate here.

Set up a Facebook Fundraiser

Did you know that you can set up a Facebook Fundraiser to help support IAPWA? It’s so simple and what you raise could have a huge impact for the dogs and cats that we care for every single day.

Simply visit to get started. Facebook will send any raised funds directly to IAPWA without you having to do anything except share, share, share your fundraiser.

Become a Monthly Donor

A monthly donation is the best way to make sure the animals in our care are getting the support and treatment they both need and deserve, especially during these difficult times.

Please consider joining Team IAPWA by becoming a Monthly Donor today. Simply text ‘IAPWA’ to 70490 to set up a £10 a month donation, or alternatively, head on over to our donate area.

IAPWA Yoga Class with Mark Lee Davies

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Free your mind and body in this yoga class with Mark Lee Davies and help to raise vital funds for IAPWA. The class is suitable for anyone with a general level of health and fitness and will take place online via Zoom – joining instructions will be provided.

The next class is currently being arranged and we will share details shortly.

Join our team as a Volunteer

IAPWA are always on the lookout for enthusiastic animal lovers to join our team. Could that be you?

If you find yourself with more free time at the moment, or would simply like to offer your skills to help animals in need, we’d love to hear from you!

Please email for more information. We look forward to welcoming you to Team IAPWA.

Take part in Virtual Dog Show 'Bark Aid'

Help raise funds for IAPWA through Dog Furiendly’s Online Dog Show, Bark Aid.

Our category is ‘Beach Babe’: simply upload a photo of your dog exploring or enjoying time at the beach! Entries are just £1.50 per photo and you will be helping to support IAPWA, as well as having the opportunity to win a fantastic prize from the amazing Dog-about-town!

Click here for more information and to enter.

Make a bid at our Silent Auction

Why not take part in IAPWA’s Silent Auction? It’s a lot of fun!

Your donation could make a huge difference to the animals in our care and you could bag some incredible items along the way. Up for grabs right now we have an incredible Online Vegan Culinary Course with Vegetarian Hall of Fame Chef, Mark Reinfeld. Happy bidding!

Click here to visit our Silent Auction. If you’d like to donate an item to our Silent Auction, please email – thank you.

Take part in our Online Quiz Series

Details to be announced soon!









Raise funds for us when you sell on eBay

Did you know that you could increase your own sales by supporting your favourite charity?

Items that benefit charities may sell faster, and even at a premium price. You can choose to donate 10% or more and your item will feature an attention-grabbing charity ribbon and may even be listed in the eBay Charity Shop.

Why not consider selling some items on eBay and donating a percentage of your sales to support IAPWA? Find out how here.