We have signed up to the 'Worcester Community Lottery'! 

Worcester Community Lottery was created in 2019 by Worcester City Council.

The Lottery has now been launched!!!! Please share and get involved!!! It’s fantastic that we have reached 38 tickets sold but we have been stuck at this level for a few days.
Only 12 more needed for us to qualify as an ongoing good cause in the Worcester Community Lottery.
Please make your friends, relatives and work colleagues aware of this new venture. They might thank you when they win the jackpot of £25,000.
On the other hand they might just send you a postcard from the Bahamas!

Worcester Lottery Tel No 01905 556789 9.00am to 5.30pm Mon -Fri ex bank holidays.

A ticket for the Worcester Community Lottery costs £1 per week and 60p will go directly to good causes!

The Worcester & Mid - Worcestershire Branch

 

Formed in 1911, The Worcester and Mid Worcestershire Branch is a separate charity in its own right. 

Covering Worcester, Malvern, Droitwich, Redditch, Bromsgrove, Rubery, Alcester, Henley-in-Arden, Pershore and surrounding districts.

It's main aim is to re-home animals within this area.

Branch Administration is located at:

The Holdings
Holdings Lane, Kempsey. WR5 3FP

Our Branch is an independent charity relying primarily on public donations. It is run by a Board of Volunteer Trustees ensuring all money donated goes directly for the benefit of the hundreds of animals that come into our care each year, many of which have been abandoned, abused, neglected, injured or unwanted, as well as those whose owners have died or whose circumstances have changed.

If you think you can help with rehoming one of our animals, please take a look at our  Animals for Adoption page

 

dividerpng  2018 Re-Homing Summary

In 2018 with the help of our staff, volunteers and supporters of RSPCA Worcester & Mid-Worcestershire we:

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Re-homed 430 animals, micro chipped 318 and neutered 314


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Issued 37 vouchers to people on low income to help them neuter, or provide veterinary treatment for their pets


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Treated and neutered 1 feral cats

2018 was a good year, we re-homed, micro-chipped and neutered more animals than 2017 but with continuing support from volunteers and donors we can make 2019 an even better year.

Most importantly we now have our own Animal Home up and running. 

This will lead to far greater welfare support for those animals in need and far greater numbers being re-homed, but we need your support.

 

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