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How You Can Help

Be part of the WVS movement! Work with us to provide veterinary care to the animals that need our help.

WVS is at the frontline of animal welfare, directly helping those that need it the most.

Last year we treated nearly 25,000 animals, trained over 480 vets, deployed over 50 teams, and sent over 700 parcels of veterinary supplies. In total we helped 237 charities in 67 different countries. With 85p of every £1 raised going directly to help animals in need, you can be sure that your support is making a real impact around the world.

From donating to volunteering, organising a bake sale to trekking through the Thai jungle, there is always something for you to do to show your support and raise funds which are essential to our work. 

Why not take a look and see what you can do to help us to help animals in need.

Find out everything you need to know about fundraising for WVS in our downloadable guide, packed full of tips, practical guidance and ideas for getting behind the campaign. 

Sign up to join WVS and help be the difference to animal welfare

WVS Membership

Join WVS and make a real difference to animal welfare all over the world!

On signing up you will recieve...


Support our WVS appeals and enable us to offer direct aid to animals in desperate need.


Your generousity can make a huge difference. Whether you are a Trust or Foundation, or if you would like to...

WVS Book Shop

Love books and want to support animals in need? Why not visit our book shop where every purchase raises money...

Text GIVE36 £5 to 70070

Text GIVE36 plus the amount you would like to give to 70070.

For example, GIVE36 £5 would make a £5 donation to WVS.

You will be charged your donation amout plus the cost of your standard network operators text message.

Donate by Post

Download our donation form and return your donation to us. Please make cheques payable to Worldwide Veterinary Service and send them to:

Worldwide Veterinary Service (WVS)
14 Wimborne Street
Dorset BH21 5PP
United Kingdom

"Animal welfare matters.
Let’s be the difference."

- Luke Gamble, WVS Founder