Welcome to the Kit Wilson Trust For Animal Welfare

This website aims to bring you more information about the Trust, its roots and mission as well as showing how you can help us in our important work in animal welfare protection. Use the menu at the top to navigate around the site and be sure to look at the galleries of animals who are looking for sponsorship or homes in our animals in need section.

Welcome

to kitwilsontrust.org.uk. This is the Online Home for the Kit Wilson Trust For Animal Welfare.

Give a cat a home
Cats needing homes
Give a dog a home
Give a dog a home
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Other Animals Looking for a Home

Sponsor an animal
Sponsor an animal

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Download the sponsorship form HERE

We do need more helping hands on the day - if you can help please ring 01825 830444 by 1st September.

Latest Updates

Cats in their new homes

Here are some of our cats in their homes

Dog Walk 2014

Photos from a lovely day on the Ashdown Forest in East Sussex. A huge amount was raised on the day. A massive thank you to all w…

Dogs in their new homes

Some of our dogs in their new homes

Guinea Pigs

Please Click on a picture for more information

Sponsored Events

Our stall at the Hadlow Down Fair on Saturday 20th June, a big thank you to staff and volunteers for all their help on the day.’

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Our stall at The Meads School Summer Fair, East Grinstead on the 20th June’

 
 

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Barclays Bank generously supports their employees, past and present, with any fundraising carried out under their ‘Matched Fundraising’ programme.  Tony Comber recently held a Barclays Pensioners Coffee Morning and raised an amazing amount of £492, which Barclays will now ‘match’, therefore making a total amount of £984 for the animals at the Centre!  Our sincere thanks to all.

 

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NEWSPAPERS

 

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Many thanks

 

This is Karen Adams proudly displaying her certificate of thanks. Karen ran the Brighton Marathon in April this year running 26.2 miles raising £324. for the animals at KWT. Thank you again Karen.’

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