Paws for a cause – applications are open

The Community Fund is back!

We launched the Community Fund back in August 2020 – and we’re excited to tell you it’s open for new applications.

If you’re a local charity that supports people and dogs and you need help – or you know an organisation or group that does  – we’d love to hear from you. 

What the Community Fund does:

The Community Fund supports local projects, shelters and charities impacted by lockdown and facing economic challenges. Our grants are here to help you continue to make a difference to the people and dogs your amazing work supports.

Interested in applying? We’ve put together a full list of criteria here.

Stories from 2020

In 2020, we donated over £6,000 from our first ever Community Fund grant to charities in need. Split between Refuge4Pets and Thornberry Animal Sanctuary, we also got to support the amazing StreetVet and Dudes & Dogs (did you hear our pop song, Raise the Woof!?) 

The ultimate thank you!

It’s no surprise that everyone who bought our Ultimate Christmas Box deserves the ultimate thank you. Your generosity means the world to us, and it raised an additional £10,000 for the fund – which will go to more local projects, shelters and charities than ever.


Applications will close on the 26th February 2020, and we’ll contact all applicants by the end of March.

Good luck!

6 thoughts on “Paws for a cause – applications are open”

  1. I would like to apply to the Charities Community Fund.
    The Charity I would like to raise funds for is the Doodle Trust.

    I have been a supporter of the Charity for a good many years, including rehoming 2 rescue dogs, latest being Loobi who has been registered with you since we first got her in August 2020. The improvement in her health and overall condition is down to her regular feeding of Tails com.meal programme
    The dogs are usually in very poor condition when taken into foster, and as with all Rescue Charities the cost of caring for them before finding their forever loving home is immense. So if I could help by being able to raise some funds for their effortless work they continue to keep them functioning, especially in these extremely difficult times when even more dogs are being taken into care due to the pandemic often with emotional behavioural problems as well as neglect, Loobi being one of them , I would be so proud and grateful.


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