Help Rescue Animals From Cruelty

Help Rescue Animals From Cruelty Help Rescue Animals From Cruelty

Help Rescue Animals From Cruelty

You’ll be supporting the RSPCA just by entering the Cotswolds House Draw. Because we’ll be giving 80% of the net proceeds to this incredible charity.

The RSPCA received more than one million calls last year from members of the public concerned about an animal

The money we raise together could help them be there for even more abused, abandoned and neglected animals. You really could help so many feel safe, loved and protected.

So, do something omazing! Enter the Cotswolds House Draw now.

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A word from the RSPCA

A word from the RSPCA A word from the RSPCA

A word from the RSPCA

“Our mission at the RSPCA is to ensure animals have a good life by rescuing and caring for those most in need, by advocating on behalf of all animals and by inspiring everyone to treat them with compassion and respect.

These past years have shown us the incredible role animals play in our lives, but sadly our frontline staff are continuing to respond to cases of cruelty and neglect. Last year alone, we received more than 1 million calls to our helpline, cared for over 40,000 animals in our centres and investigated 57,000 incidents.

We are absolutely delighted to be partnering with Omaze on the Cotswolds House Draw. This incredible support will be vital in ensuring we continue to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome animals across England and Wales. Together, we can make a world that is kinder for all animals.

Chris Sherwood, Chief Executive - RSPCA

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Eleanor Tomlinson,
Actor and RSPCA Supporter

Eleanor Tomlinson,<br> Actor and RSPCA Supporter Eleanor Tomlinson,<br> Actor and RSPCA Supporter

Eleanor Tomlinson,
Actor and RSPCA Supporter

“The partnership with Omaze is brilliant, it's helping to raise money for a great charity that has been running for almost 200 years and is still working hard for all animals - from seals to hedgehogs to dogs to bats! The RSPCA, like all charities, need as much help as possible after the incredible difficulties of the last two years, so fingers crossed everyone is keen to get involved and enter the draw!”

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