Who We Work With
Mayhew is an animal welfare charity working from their hub in London and overseas. They rescue hundreds of cats and dogs every year, provide veterinary care to thousands, and deliver community projects that improve the lives of both animals and people across the globe.
They began life as an animal home and shelter in 1886, but they are so much more than that now. They continue to improve animal welfare through their rescue and rehoming initiatives, but this isn’t their sole focus.
They are passionate about tackling the root causes of animal abandonment and neglect, as well as supporting vulnerable pet owners to stay with their companion animal. They run a number of truly unique programmes aiming to reduce the number of animals in need.
Mayhew is a registered charity - Charity Number 1077588
OSCARS ARC | Dog Adoption. Inspired
Oscars Arc takes great dogs from existing shelters and places them ‘to the people’ at the dynamic pop-up adoption unit called WOOF Project.
Moving around inspired locations, WOOF Project provides the exposure, PR and marketing needed for them to get a home - and a life.
WOOF Project offers an unrivalled customer driven adoption experience that is both positive and efficient and is accelerating dog adoption rates in South Africa.
Helping Rhinos is leading innovative conservation, community and education initiatives to ensure the long-term survival of the rhino and other endangered wildlife in their natural habitat.
Helping Rhinos mission is to create strategic local and global partnerships, sustainable operating models and international education programmes that deliver tangible results in rhino protection, habitat preservation, a reduction in the illegal wildlife trade and the empowerment of local communities.
The Gorilla OrganizationGorillas in the wild need protection. Inspired by the work of Dr Dian Fossey, who lost her life in the battle to save them, The Gorilla Organization’s African staff have worked for more than 30 years to protect gorillas with a holistic range of projects including conservation, research, education and sustainable development.
Gorillas, like humans, need their homes. And the forests that they survive in must be protected for them to thrive. So the Gorilla Organization has planted nearly two million trees adjacent to the gorilla parks to alleviate pressure on the habitat and help in the global fight against climate change.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo, DRC, has suffered years of civil war and much of its once luscious forest is now a lawless wilderness. The mountains of Itombwe and the Community Gorilla Forest of Walikale are home to isolated populations of Grauer’s Gorillas protected by the Gorilla Organization’s rangers. Removing poachers’ traps and negotiating with warlords and illegal miners are all in a day’s work for the highly motivated and extremely brave rangers.
The Gorilla Organization has a great portfolio of positive development projects for people living near the gorillas – so it no longer makes economic sense to be a poacher when you can feed and educate your family thanks to the expertise and investment in training - in such things as bee-keeping and organic farming - made possible by Gorilla Organization’s supporters.
Gorillas are not natural swimmers but if they were we’re sure they’d love these shorts!