Orvis PAT Dog of the Year Award
Your votes have been counted and we’re getting ready to announce our Orvis PAT Dog of the Year!
Between 14th – 16th July on Facebook Live we will be hosting online interviews with our finalists leading up to our Live Final on Friday 17th July, where PAT Ambassador James Middleton will be joining us!
Shopping + giving
We are delighted to announce that we have started working with Shopping+giving – a new, innovative shopping website with all the big-name brands. The purchases you make via this site with the online retailers will bring in money for Pets As Therapy at no additional cost to yourself!
This could be a vital form of fundraising for us, particularly during the pandemic when most of us are stuck at home and unable to raise funds in other ways.
Can you help Pets As Therapy?
During this time we are relying on donations and regular givers more than ever.
If you could afford a small monthly amount or a one-off gift – it would go a long way.
We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who is supporting Pets As Therapy during these uncertain times. We have an exceptional group of Volunteers and Corporate Supporters all helping to keep the charity running. Of course, none of this would be possible without the flexibility of our amazing office team and the dedicated work of our trustees! …
Temporary Suspension of PAT Visits
After careful consideration and in consultation with a number of our healthcare establishments and other connected charities, the Pets As Therapy Trustees have decided to temporarily suspend all PAT visiting services and all other volunteer activities including assessing until further notice.
Pets As Therapy volunteer stories
Our volunteers tell us that it’s incredibly rewarding to be a Pets As Therapy volunteer, volunteering alongside their pet and bringing smiles to the people who need it most. But don’t take it from us – hear from our volunteers themselves in our series of volunteer stories.
If you value what we do please consider making a donation.
Your donations help us to place more volunteers and pets in hospitals, hospices, care homes, schools, and prisons across the UK.