Collect loose change for animals

Street Collections

Whether at a train station, a local supermarket or in town, street collections are a great way to raise money and awareness about animal suffering. They are also fun way to spend your time – either on your own or with friends.

Please note: you must be 18 or over to do a street collection.

Home collections

Collecting loose change with one of our collection boxes is quick and easy. It’s amazing how spare pennies can add up. In fact, our supporters collected an incredible £10,000 in small change last year.

Collection boxes in shops

We are looking for someone like you, who loves animals, to place our collection boxes in local shops and businesses, to raise funds for us. Just ask permission to place the box in their business – then pop back when you can to collect the donations.

Requesting a collection box

This is one of the simplest ways you could raise money for animals. Just take to the streets, keep a box at home or place one in a local business for us.

To request a collection box simply call (8am-4pm): 0800 316 9772

Alternatively, fill in the form and we will arrange for one to be sent out to you.

What is expected of me?

If you love animals, our work and have good organisational skills, then this is perfect for you. You only need to be able to check on your box regularly to see how much you have raised and send this to us, it’s that simple. 

What do I do when the box is full?

Please bank all monies collected and write a cheque or postal order (made payable to World Animal Protection).

How long do I need to keep it?

You can keep the box for as long as you want. When the box is full, you can send World Animal Protection the donation and start again.

How does this help the animals?

Every penny you raise helps us fight animal suffering - and protect against it for the future. From undercover investigations, to emergency disaster relief; from innocent dogs protected against brutal culls, to wounded bears rescued from a life of agony in the baiting ring. You can read more about our work here.

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