Ukraine: PPCT donates £25,000 to help people and their pets

Funds will go to charities providing frontline support

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Petplan Charitable Trust has donated £25,000 to the Blue Cross Ukraine Pet Welfare Fund.

blue cross logoAs with all the Trust’s donations, this has only been possible thanks to the generosity of Petplan customers and pet lovers.

The Blue Cross Ukraine fund has been set up to support several charity partners in Poland and Romania. Working on the frontline, these charities are providing care on the ground to Ukrainian people and their pets. They include Save the Dogs and other animals, the Animal Care Society, called TOZ, and TAC.social (Transylvania Animal Care).

According to Blue Cross, donations will support work helping pets and people in Ukraine, as well as those crossing borders. Currently, all urgently need supplies such as pet food, pet carriers and essential aid for pets.

PPCT and Blue Cross have a long-standing relationship. Last year, The Trust supported the charity in Wales with funds towards a new van for the Newport Rehoming and Advice Unit (RAU). More recently, we helped provide their ambulances with new cages to improve the safety of rescued animals.

You can support our work by clicking the DONATE NOW button at the top of the page. The more donations we receive from pet lovers like you, the more animal welfare charities we can help. Thank you.

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