Donations to Charity

Each month, one of the DTAS Admins nominates a charity. We collect donations via our main group, but also allocate a percentage from our Premium Groups

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March 2022
Pendle Dogs in Need

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February 2022
Mission Rabies

January 2022
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution

December 2021

November 2021
Brighton Greyhound Owners Association Trust for Retired Racing Greyhounds

October 2021
Hull Animal Welfare Trust

September 2021
Pawprints Dog Rescue

Pawprints Dog Rescue

August 2021


July 2021
Forever Hounds Trust

June 2021
Street Paws

Street Paws

Yip, yap, hooray! Thank you for donating £550.00 to Dogstar Foundation.

Here are the details of your donation:
Dog Training Advice and Support
01 Jun 2021

Although the life of a street dog in Sri Lanka isn’t an easy one, your love means we can be there to make it better.

As a member of our precious Dogstar community, we would love to invite you to join our Friends of Dogstar Facebook Group. It’s the best place to meet the dogs you help, and stay up to date with all our latest adventures.

If you have any questions about your donation, don’t hesitate to contact us at

Thank you again for your support. We couldn’t do it without hearts as big as yours.

Samantha Green BEM
Founder and In-Country Director
Dogstar Foundation

May 2021
Dogstar Foundation

Dogstar Foundation

April 2021
Rainbow Trust

Our Impact

Thank you for your wonderful gift of £600.00 which will enable us to help more families with a life-threatened child, like Kareena.

Kareena was just 2 years old when she was diagnosed with a Wilms tumour on her kidney. She was admitted to hospital and started chemotherapy straight away, but there were complications with her treatment which resulted in the removal of her kidney and a further 6 months of chemotherapy.

When Kira, Kareena’s then ten-month old sister, also developed separation anxiety due to all the time their parents had to spend in hospital with Kareena, a Rainbow Trust Family Support Worker, was introduced to them.

As well as helping with transport to treatment (saving the family £120 a week on taxis) and supporting them throughout long appointments or hospital stints, their Rainbow Trust Family Support Worker also helps by spending time with the children so that Kareena and Kira’s parents have some much-needed time to rest or catch up at home. Kareena’s mum says:

“From day one, Rainbow Trust has been a godsend. I don’t know how else to describe our Family Support Worker, she’s just amazing for what she has done for our family. When she knocks on the door, both my girls rush to the door to see her. Rainbow Trust has made the process so much easier for us.”

When a child has a serious illness, time becomes more precious than ever. Your donation will enable us to reach more families, like Kareena’s, providing vital support as a constant when their world has been turned upside down. Thank you.

Hanne Widmer
Individual Giving Manager, Rainbow Trust
If you have any questions about your donation, feel free to contact us via phone 01372 220083 or by email.

You’re incredible and your generous gift of £800.00 is already making a difference.

While your support is always incredibly appreciated, it is especially so now during these difficult and uncertain times.

People living with dementia need our help now more than ever before. Thanks to people like you, Alzheimer’s Society can ensure that they receive the guidance and reassurance they need, while also supporting the amazing carers, family and friends affected by dementia.

Find out how your gift helps and how you can get involved in our services, research and campaigns by clicking on the button below.
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With your continued support, we will make even greater progress towards our vision of a world without dementia.

If you’d like any further support or wish to get involved in other ways, you can reach us via our website or call our Customer Care team on 0330 333 0804. We know this can be an especially difficult time if you are affected by dementia, so we want you to know that we are here for you. If you need any advice, please call our Dementia Connect support line on 0333 150 3456, or see what other resources are available on our website.

Wishing you and your loved ones all the best,

All of us at Alzheimer’s Society

March 2021
Alzheimer’s Society

Alzheimer's Society

February 2021
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

Thank you so much for your kind gift of £800.00 to support the Hope Rescue Dogs.

Each year, Hope Rescue helps over 800 dogs, the vast majority of them strays with nowhere else to go. We are the only dog rescue kennels in Rhondda Cynon Taf, and help the most vulnerable dogs in communities across South Wales.

We have three stray dog contracts and take every single unclaimed stray from another three local authority pounds, irrespective of their age, breed or medical condition. That amounts to 1/4 of all the stray dogs in Wales.

Your support will allow us to say “Yes” when the next abandoned dog needs our help.

Thank you for giving them Hope.
If you would like to find out more about our work, please visit, call 01443 226659 or email

With best wishes,

The Hope Rescue Team
01443 226659
Hope Rescue
Cynllan Lodge
Old Llanharry Road
CF72 9NH
Registered Charity Number: 1129629

January 2021
Hope Rescue

December 2020



Thank you so much for your kind gift of £650.00. Your donation will make an immediate difference to help a vet help a pet and will help keep our Pet Hospital doors open during this unprecedented crisis.

The reference number for your donation is: 537355.

November 2020
Street Vet

Street Vet

October 2020
Oldies Club

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September 2020
Canine Epilepsy Research at the Royal Veterinary College

August 2020
MIND, The National Association for Mental Health

July 2020
Dogstar Foundation

Dogstar Foundation

June 2020
Pet Blood Bank UK

May 2020
Hope Rescue