How You Can Help
Our branch runs entirely on donations of money and services from the general public and local businesses; you can also help us by volunteering for a number of tasks listed on the Volunteer page of this site.
Looking for cat beds and other essentials!
If you would like to donate food, bedding, scratching posts or any other items that we can use on a daily basis with our animal residents, the branch would be very grateful. We can also offer to pick up within a 10 mile radius from Maidstone. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Charity shop in Wheeler Street, Maidstone always requires unwanted items in good condition, and we are always happy to accept donations of toys, food or bedding for the cats we care for or food donations for them through the shop. The shop is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, closed all day Wednesday & Sunday and we would would be grateful to receive donations of goods during our opening hours on these days.
Our facility for on-line donations is not currently available. We apologise for any inconvenience.
You can now donate to us through ebay. Just find us in the charity listings when selling where you can choose to donate a percentage of your sales.
We rely on donations and regular gifts by standing order are especially welcome please contact Julie on 01622 890594 for details of how to set up a standing order through your bank account. If you are a taxpayer you can also sign up for Gift Aid which means we can claim back the any tax you have paid on your donation amount from the Government.
To anyone who may wish to leave a legacy in their Will to this branch, the following wording is suggested. It is very important to use the extact title of the Branch to avoid any uncertainty.
“I give £______ to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Kent Tunbridge Wells and Maidstone District Branch and I declare that the receipt of the Honorary Treasurer or other proper officer for the time being of the said Branch shall be a full and sufficient discharge for the said”