Prevent Unwanted Pets
38 Coronation Avenue
BB12 7BT England
Guidelines - Advice
Advice and Guidelines on starting a low cost spaying and neutering scheme.
(also re: how to make the Charity into a Registered Charity - if in Britain)
Write to vets to ask if they would be willing to give discount to your charity for spaying and nuetering of animals.
Get a good accountant to check through all figures, banking, etc.
3. Raise funds by:
* Street collections (a permit from the local council is needed)
* Car-boots, market stalls, jumble sales
* Raffles (large raffles usually need a permit from the local council)
* Collections in shopping centres & supermarkets
* Collections in public houses (if a landlord gives their permission no council permit is required, although the majority of landlords will only allow collections if a council permit has already been obtained. No permit is required for the landlord to have a collection tin on the bar of the pub.)
* Writing to grant making trusts, firms, etc for possible
help. Most of these will only send help if the charity is registered plus
they need a copy of the annual accounts etc.
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