Canine Partners value and rely on the generosity of our supporters

We do not receive government funding and so your donation is vital to helping us plan for the future and train more dogs for more people with disabilities.


You can increase your donation at no extra cost

If you are a tax payer, your gift, and any you make in the future, will be worth almost one third more - at no extra cost to you - if you sign the Gift Aid declaration when you make a donation. This can apply to existing support too, as it can also be backdated for up to 6 years prior to the date of the declaration provided the donation was made since 6 April 2000; Gift Aid Declaration form. Click here if you wish to visit the Gift Aid Page.


Ways to Donate:


Payroll Giving

Give as You Earn is a scheme that enables employees to donate to any UK charity straight from their gross salary (before tax is deducted) meaning that you receive immediate tax relief. This means that a monthly donation of £10 straight out of your payroll, actually only costs you £8! (Even less if you are in the higher tax bracket).


Help give a gift of independence:

What you should do: Simply ask your Payroll Department if they already operate a Give as You Earn scheme and, if so, how you sign up. Just fill in the What you should do: Simply ask your Payroll Department if they already operate a Give as You Earn scheme and, if so, how you sign up. Just fill in the Give as You Earn form.


A Regular Gift

Regular donations are vital as they give us an income we know we can rely upon which in turn helps us plan for the future. To make a regular gift, click here to complete the donation form.

For £1 a week, you too can continue to follow a puppy through training on the "Adopt a Puppy" scheme, further details available here.


- £1 buys Dog food for one day
- £15 will pay for a dog's jacket
- £60 will pay for the equipment needed for a dog in advanced training


A One Off Donation

Every penny counts and many of our supporters send in single donations, sometimes for an event or Information Session attended or to add the puppy fund of their Adopt a Puppy recruit, we appretiate all your help. To make a one off donation, click here to complete the donation form. You can also "Adopt a Puppy" for a £52 donation each year, which is great as a gift!


Online Donations

Why not make a donation right now? Visit Justgiving.com to make a donation and your gift will be put straight to work. We are looking at alternative ways to make the most of your kind donation and will upgrade our online payment facilities very soon!


Donate by Telephone

You can also telephone us to make a donation using a credit or debit card. If you wish to do this, please call us on 01730 716 013 and ask for the Finance Department. For any further information you can email Financial Accounts and find out the best way for you to help our work.


Donate by Post

If you prefer to make a donation by sending a cheque to us, please send a cover note with your name and address (so we can thank you and record your donation). If you prefer to remain anonymous, you can omit your personal details.


General enquiries email: 08456 580 480; Fax Number: 08456 580 481
Canine Partners, Mill Lane, Heyshott, Midhurst,West Sussex,GU29 0ED.


Scotland Fundraising email: 0845 481 1915
Canine Partners, PO Box 3460, Glasgow, G62 9AT


Essex Fundraising email: 07825 294 918
Canine Partners, PO Box 10246, Witham, Essex CM8 9AA

Thank You!

Latest News

First BIG Bluebell Dog Walk
Our first BIG Bluebell Dog Walk of the season took place this Sunday in London, launching a record number of walks for 2014. There are 14 walks to choose from all over the country with the first at leafy Eltham Park South, Eltham in London. Organiser Julia Milligan invited walkers to join her for the hour-long stroll through the bluebells at the Glenesk Road park from 10.30am. The BIG Bluebell Dog Walk enjoyed a scenic hour long walk to raise funds and awareness for the Charity.

Solidering On with Steve and Kizzie
Saturday night saw one of our favourite partnerships take centre stage at the Soldiering On Awards in Central London. Steve and canine partner Kizzie were honoured at the annual event and named winner of the Soldiering On Canine Award 2014. The former Royal Navy Petty Officer had won a public vote to take the title. Readers of the Sunday Mirror as well as the huge family that is Canine Partners supporters and volunteers chose the partnership to lift the coveted title.

Passing the baton for Canine Partners
One of our partnerships and two puppy parents have been chosen to play their part in the Queen's Baton Relay as part of the celebrations for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this summer. Zoe McLean and Remus and dedicated puppy parents Lorraine Bonnar and Graham Smith have been selected to carry the baton on its way to launch the XX Games. The baton left Buckingham Palace on 9 October last year and will travel to 70 Commonwealth countries before it arrives in Scotland for the opening ceremony in Glasgow on 23 July.

CEO's Blog

The London Marathon - an alternative view

Andy Cook - Monday, April 14, 2014
Well what an amazing day!! If anyone ever gives you the chance to take part in the London Marathon, grab it with both hands first, and think of the pain afterwards, as a necessary evil of participating in a once in a lifetime experience. I never dreamed my name would get pulled out of the hat - only one in seven do - and I must admit I had very mixed feelings when it did, last October, as your life is then committed to a winter of training. But w  Read More

Canine Partners’ Leicestershire Training Centre

Canine Partners needs to raise £3.1million to build a second Training Centre in order to train more dogs and change more lives.

We have purchased a site in a village called Osgathorpe, halfway between Ashby-de-la-Zouch and Loughborough, which has a range of barns, outbuildings and associated land. The plan is to replace the barns and adapt some of the outbuildings to create the specialised buildings we need.

Having a Midlands Training Centre will not only increase our output, it will also make the charity far more accessible for those on our waiting list who are unable to make the long journey to our centre in West Sussex. 42% of the applications we received last year were from people living in the mid and northern regions of the UK. Many of our existing partnerships will also benefit from being able to receive support from the new centre.

The site will consist of a training centre and office facilities, fully accessible accommodation and kennelling.

This is an extremely exciting time for Canine Partners and we would be delighted to receive your support.

For more information about this project, please contact Cat Harvey on 01730 716018 or email catharvey@caninepartners.org.uk

Jobs available at the new centre will be advertised on our Vacancies page here: Work for us

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