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RSPCA North West Middlesex

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The Middlesex North West Branch of the RSPCA is a locally based animal welfare charity that works to prevent cruelty to and suffering of animals. Every year we rescue and rehome hundreds of unwanted, stray and abandoned animals. In addition to this we assist many animals whose owners cannot afford the full costs of veterinary treatment that their animals require.

We employ three animal welfare officers who work out in the communities we serve in the London Boroughs of Brent, Harrow and Hillingdon (north of the A40), and Watford (including Bushey and Oxhey), Rickmansworth, St Albans and Radlett in South Hertfordshire. Through this proactive approach to animal welfare work we are able to assist animals and their owners quickly and effectively when the need arises.

The Branch spends about £4,000 a week on the animal welfare work we carry out. We raise these funds through a variety of events we run through the year, our five charity shops, and through donations and legacies we receive from the public. Through this website you can find out how to volunteer to support the Branch, how you can donate to the Branch and you can view the animals we currently have available for adoption, all of whom urgently need new homes. You can also find information about becoming a member of the Branch.


Are you passionate about animal welfare? Have you got what it takes to raise funds and brand awareness?
This is a fantastic opportunity for a motivated and experienced fundraiser with strong communications skills to join a progressive animal welfare charity and help to shape its future. You will be joining this charity at an exciting time as it looks to diversify the way it raises funds to enable it to move towards developing its own animal adoption centre.

In this role you will be fundraising across multiple revenue streams including community, corporate, legacies and trusts. We are looking for an experienced fundraiser who is used to working to targets and can demonstrate a successful track record in a similar role. You will also need to demonstrate experience in marketing or communications to increase the charity’s brand profile.

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