Raising funds is a huge part of our work and without this money we quite simply couldn't afford to run the rescue centre.
Donating cash is simple.. just click here or on the Donate Now button to help us. Alternatively, if you would like to hold a fundraising or sponsored event then please do get in touch!
In addition to cash though there are other simple ways for you to help boost our much needed funds or directly benefit our animals. If you prefer to donate items we currently need to help keep our animals happy and comfortable then why not take a look at our Amazon Wishlist? We also have a number of collection points in Penrith for you to drop things in to... Look out for our wheelie bin outside Morrisons supermarket and our receptacles at Pets at Home, WCF, Booths, Penrith Co-op and the Devonshire Arcade Pet Shop.
Our charity shop in Penrith is a vital part of our fundraising and we would love for you to come browse our wonderful selection or to donate items for us to sell. So please come pay us a visit!
Even your worn out fabric items can be recycled. In 2012 The Rag Company paid Eden Animal Rescue £2,300 for donated clothes, cloths, shoes, bags, bedding (not duvets or pillows), etc. and last financial year that figure rose to £3,687. How good a return is that just for de-cluttering your drawers and cupboards! So if you would like to help by donating your unwanted items please leave them in bags clearly marked "RAGS" at our shop in Penrith.
As a busy rescue centre, we rely on support from businesses within the community. If you can help, please get in touch.
We especially need supplies of soap powder, washing up liquid, bin liners, dustpan and brushes, brooms and mops.
Huge thanks to The Anthony V Martin Charitable Foundation for their generous donation towards caring for our animals.
Many thanks to the Animal Rescue Foundation for providing new kitten pens and helping to give our kittens the best possible start in life.
A big thank you to 'Support Adoption For Pets' who have given us a fantastic grant to develop an outdoor enrichment area that will help us socialise our dogs and give them the best possible chance of finding forever.
Thanks to Tesco and the Carlisle branch customers, are cats and small animals will be benefitting from new sensory surroundings.
Burns Pet Nutrition Ltd have very kindly provided some tasty but healthy food for our animals. Many thanks.
Our immense gratitude goes to Richard Noble, Peter Newberry, Hall Brothers Plant Hire and Bill Hodgson Sales Ltd (Ousby) for providing time, expertise and equipment without which many elements of the new Rescue Centre just would not be ready.
Thank you Metroplan of Kendal for supplying us with lots of office supplies that are so essential for our rescue office.
Thank you very much to the team at Nature's Health, King St, Penrith, who have donated all the money they've made from carrier bag sales to Eden Animal Rescue!
Marks & Spencer Penrith store have chosen Eden Animal Rescue as their local Charity of 2016. THANK YOU so much for your support!
Thank you Lamberts Pet Supplies of Grange-Over-Sands for donating cat scratching posts and goodies for our dogs and cats!
Our thanks to the Miss Edith Mary Sage Charitable Trust for their donation towards our new rescue centre.
The LUSH Charity Pot have made a generous donation which will be of particular benefit to the feral cats we work with. Thank You!
Our kittens in the new kitten unit will have new cosy beds and activity centres thanks to the generous people at the Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation. Many thanks.
Thank you to the Audrey Emma Lamb Charitable Trust For the Welfare of Animals and Birds for their kind donation to our new rescue centre.
MBI of Kendal have donated some desks for the new office. Thank You! www.mbioffice.co.uk
Huge thanks to Armstrong Commercial Laundry Systems for generously donating an industrial washing machine. We are very grateful for your support.
We are very grateful to The Kennel Club for providing a generous grant to help towards the welfare of our dogs at Moorlands Head Farm.
Many thanks to Andrew James for kindly donating ten scratching posts to our cattery.
Pupils at Appleby Grammar School - a great fundraising effort! Thank you so much.
The Cumberland News have bought a very welcome new computer to help with volunteer training. Thank You!
Pets at Home Lifelines continually support us and we are very grateful to both them, and the great team at the Penrith Branch!