made to organisations and individuals for positive contributions that meet
the objectives of the Trust. Since the Trust was founded it has supported
a wide variety of projects including mobile spay/neuter clinics, the
search for alternatives to the use of animals in research, poster
campaigns, anti-poaching programmes, establishing veterinary hospitals,
clinics and a network of animal sanctuaries as well as assisting smaller
groups committed to the cause of animal welfare. Special projects at a
variety of sanctuaries and refuges have also been funded.
are no restrictions on the geographical area of the work (with the
exception of the USA and Canada), the type of
grant, or the applicant. All applications meeting the following criteria
will be considered by the Trust :
encouraging initiatives designed to improve animal welfare.
■ Those promoting alternative
methods to animal experimentation and their practical implementation.
■ Those promoting and encouraging
practical work in alleviating suffering and preventing cruelty to animals.
■ Those groups who are registered
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: General Grant Conditions Document