Thank you for helping fight cruelty to animals around the world. Please read through the various methods to donate and see which method suits you best:
Donate by Post
You can send Postal Orders or cheques made payable to Network For Animals, or even send in a Direct Debit form. Our address is:
Network for Animals
2a Heigham Road
London E6 2JG
Donate by Phone
You can use a credit or debit card to donate by phone on +44 (0)20 8471 7666 or ask us any questions.
Leave a Legacy
Having a legally valid, up-to-date Will provides peace of mind that your wishes will be honoured in the event of your death. A Will allows you to provide for your loved ones and remember the causes close to your heart, and your gift will enable our dedicated team to be there for them in the future and help to protect animals in distress, for years to come.
The majority of our donations are made to our not-for-profit company Network For Animals, enabling us to undertake direct political action, as well as the more common grassroots activism for animals provided by charities. Political action is critical to our success, but understandably it may be a concern for you that your estate will not benefit from the more favourable tax regime that a gift to a registered charity provides. If this is the case, we encourage you to direct your legacy to Network for Animals Charitable Trust (registered charity number 1142700) and your gift will be used strictly in accordance with the guidelines of the Charity Commission, with respect to participation by charities in political activities.
However you choose to leave your legacy, your gift will enable us to continue reaching out with caring hands to terrified and desperate animals in the years ahead. Please download our legacy pack, and if you have any questions, please contact us using the details below.
If you have any questions about donations or legacies, please contact us on +44 (0)20 8471 7666 or via our contact page.
By supporting our work, you are reaching out with caring hands to stop animal abuse. A dog trembling with fear in a Philippine slaughterhouse … a horse broken and bloodied in vile bloodsport … a badger in the crosshairs of a rifle … an elephant trapped from its parents … a fox torn to pieces in a renewed hunt … a rhino, poached for her tusk.
Thank you for supporting us, and for supporting animals.