Donations, sponsorship and rehoming are essential ways for people to help us, but there are lots of other ways to get involved.
Use the menu below to read about each of the ways in which you can help us to help our dogs.
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Have you ever thought about remembering your local dog rescue in your Will?
We receive no official funds of any kind and rely totally on the generosity of voluntary fundraisers and donations.
Although we have been caring for and re-homing stray and unwanted dogs for over 43 years, as a small, independent and local charity we are often overlooked by those wanting to make a difference to dogs in need in favour of the bigger national charities.
Leaving a Gift in your Will is one of the biggest ways in which you can make a real difference and help us secure the lives and welfare of abandoned dogs in the future. Not only will your legacy help save their lives, but it will also help to provide care and security for neglected and abused dogs in the future.
Your legacy will be exempt from any inheritance tax – thereby reducing the total amount of inheritance tax due on your estate – and you can leave as much or as little as you like.
To make a bequest in your Will simply contact your solicitor or a Will writing service and name stokenchurch dog rescue as your chosen charitable beneficiary. If you have already made a Will but would like to amend it, you can simply ask your solicitor to add a codicil to your existing Will.
Alternatively, you can also make a bequest online by clicking on Will Bequest at the bottom of this page.
Will Bequest have teamed up with Charity Choice and is run by a team of top solicitors who ensure that your Will is legally binding.
For additional information and advice on making a bequest to charities, please visit www.charityfacts.org.