Giving Back

Giving Back

Supporting animal charities is a core value for us at HK. We currently work with a number of local charities and are always keen to help others in need. Please take a look below at those we're currently supporting and get in touch if you feel there's one close to your heart that we could look to help.

In addition to this we have held regular events to raise money for local animals who needed specialist equipment or expensive surgery and again if you know of anyone who could use our support please contact us with the details.

 

The local charities that we’re currently supporting are;

Bramble’s Pet Food Bank Plymouth

Having started in September 2020 they started with the aim of supporting local people who have furry loved ones and are struggling to feed them in these challenging times. They’re still quite a new charity but the work they are already doing is helping so many and they continue to grow from strength to strength.

GoFundMe page – https://www.gofundme.com/f/maxprb-pet-food-donations?fbclid=IwAR0KUO2s76fyswLal308K_SQVzXqa6e7iIUJVbvN80oQwlkaEen2w2g8PB8

Amazon wish list which is here – https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/2KMLP93M5KKGO?ref_=wl_share&fbclid=IwAR0lXK7CNHYSQZaGKHFups6zgQob7WpnnVY1ENHUBEMlzsm_qreF00byhjs

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/PetFoodBankPlymouth

 

Duskhunter Dog Rescue

Dedicated to rescuing stray/abandoned/miss treated dogs from across Europe they’ve already helped to rescue and rehome over 100 dogs in their first year of existence.

While they don’t currently have any donation links please do make sure to visit and like their social media pages;

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/duskhunterdogrescue/

 

Friends of Rescue Dogs (F.O.R.D) 

Friends of Rescue Dogs are continuing the rescuing and rehoming of dogs from Duskhunter Dog Rescue to F.O.R.D - Friends of Rescue Dogs. We have great kennels in place that offer full RBU and are very good at working with the dogs to get them assessed and ready for their forever homes.

They're a small team of people working together to save and rehome many desperate dogs in need. We have found wonderful homes for over 100 dogs in the South West and are hoping to continue to rescue and rehome many more.

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fordrescue

 

Margaret Green Animal Rescue

Margaret Green was founded in 1965 and they take in pets that have become homeless due to a change in circumstances, or that have been neglected, mistreated or abandoned. Regardless of their circumstance, each pet will find a warm bed, a kind team and all the love and respect they deserve awaiting them at Margaret Green Animal Rescue. They’re currently caring for over 1,200 animals a year across a total of three centres.

Website – https://www.margaretgreenanimalrescue.org.uk/

Donate – https://www.margaretgreenanimalrescue.org.uk/Donate.html

Support – https://www.margaretgreenanimalrescue.org.uk/how_to_help_us.html

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/margaretgreenanimalrescue

 

South West GSD Rescue

Based in the South West of England they’re a small non-profit organisation that are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitate and re-homing of German Shepherds and related cross-breeds across the UK.

Website – http://www.southwestgsdrescue.org.uk/

Donate – http://www.southwestgsdrescue.org.uk/links/66-donate

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/SouthWestGsdRescue/

 

The Mare & Foal Sanctuary

The Mare and Foal Sanctuary rescues horses and ponies that have been abandoned, neglected or abused. Once rescued they rehabilitate and retrain horses and ponies who have experienced neglect and abuse before allowing them to move to foster homes with regular check-ups.

Having already rescued over 1,000 horses and ponies in need they continue to do amazing work across their 6 sanctuaries.

Website – https://www.mareandfoal.org/

Just Giving – https://www.justgiving.com/mareandfoal

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/mareandfoal

 

Journey’s End Feline Sanctuary

Journey’s End is a sanctuary for elderly/special needs cats, set in a safe environment, cat pen is only used for initial assessment and introduction to resident cats and once assessed any cat ‘coming home’ to Journey’s End is given access to a secure, enclosed garden and is also able to free roam within the residence where they quickly become part of the family.

Sadly far too many older cats and ones with ‘issues’ get abandoned and neglected, struggling to survive on the streets. Journey’s End is their safe haven, where their needs are catered for. Whether it be visual impairments, obvious disabilities or they just need a safe retreat to live their final years, months or weeks being loved and cared for.

Website – https://www.journeysendfelinesanctuary.co.uk/

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Journeys-End-Feline-Sanctuary-112114060616848/