How Can I help?
Volunteers wanted to help in all different roles, including helping out at our shop at 9 Broad Walk, Crawley. Visit our recruitment section for more information.
Become a sponsor
By becoming a Sponsor your monthly donation by standing order will provide much needed regular income to cover the costs associated with the activities of the branch. In return, you will receive regular updates on our activities, the branch newsletter and priority offers on our special events. For more information follow this link
Become a supporter
As a Supporter of the branch, your annual contribution of £10 can help provide a hopeful life for the cats in our care.As supporter, you will receive Feline, the branch newsletter, as well as updates on our current activities and planned events. For more information follow this link
Become a volunteer
We have over 60 active volunteers who spend from one hour upwards a week on a wide range of activities to help the charity. All volunteers will receive the relevant training and advice to get you started.
If you live in the Reigate, Redhill, Horley, Crawley, East Grinstead and the surrounding areas and would like to volunteer some time, call us on 0845 371 2734 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have many ways in which you can help us raise money especially through our affiliate partners, follow this link to find out more
We are always in need of your kind donations of cat food, to find out where our collection bins are:
Helen, one of our volunteers, has been working hard with local shops to create ‘Cat Food Collection Points’.
With the help and cooperation of local businesses cat food collection points have been also been set up in the following places:
- Sainsbury’s, West Green, Crawley
- Sainsbury’s, Town Centre, Crawley
- Morrisons, Broadfield, Crawley
- Crawley Garden Centre, Copthorne Road, Pound Hill, Crawley
- Cats Protection Shop, 9 Broad Walk, Crawley
These collection bins have a vital role to play in our charity; they
help reduce food bills allowing funds to be spent on veterinary bills
So look out for the collection bins and donate some cat food today!