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Save used stamps for animal charities
Start saving those stamps today, putting them in a used (clean) jar or envelope close to where you open your post for convenience.
When you post your stamps to animal charities, please ensure that you put the correct amount of postage on the envelope, because charities cannot afford to pay to retrieve them from sorting offices. Thank you.
Save the Albatrosses
The RSPB needs all types of stamps for their Save the Albatross campaign – whether they are used or un-used, UK, foreign or even first day covers
This charity helps and rescues dogs in Afghanistan who have no-one else to care for them. Its story is amazing. Send your stamps to Nowzad Dogs, PO Box 39, Plymouth PL2 9AU
Bransby Home of Rest
The home currently has over 280 rescued horses, ponies, donkeys & mules in its care. Send used postage stamps to the Bransby Home of Rest (the link takes a few moments to open).
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Animal SOS Sri Lanka
Animal SOS Sri Lanka is a UK registered charity who recycle used stamps which goes some way to funding their vital work with the stray animals in Sri Lanka. Animal SOS Sri Lanka own a 4-acre plot in south Sri Lanka which is an emergency veterinary clinic to treat sick and injured stray animals and a safe-haven for the vulnerable and abused. Any funding enables them to save the lives of many otherwise doomed animals, providing high standards of veterinary care inclding blood screening and postoperative care after sterilisation - which is vital to ensure the survival of the animals. Send your stamps to Animal SOS Sri Lanka, 64 Fair Acres, Prestwood, Great Missenden, Bucks HP16 0LE or email firstname.lastname@example.org The charity also collects postcards and foreign notes & coins for recycling. Click here to visit Animal SOS Sri Lanka
This charity helps helps & protects hedgehogs native to the UK. It gives advice to the public about the care of hedgehogs care, especially when injured, sick, treated cruelly or orphaned, and encourages children to respect natural wildlife. Check out Spike the hedgehog's letter. (He points out that hedgehogs happily gobble garden slugs up, so if you have a slug problem, Spike says you should encourage hedgehogs. The Society funds research into behaviour habits of hedgehogs to determine the best way to help them survive, and it has a helpline to advise on caring for hedgehods & encouraging them in the wild & in your garden. Find out more here about their need for stamps and also old worthless old pre-decimal coins
Around 10,000 greyhounds retire from racing annually, and many people are surprised to learn that greyhyounds after a very energetici life, either. They are happy with a couple of short walks a day, followed by a nap on the sofa. They are short haired, so don't need much grooming, and tend to be very placid, so make good pets for children. And they can and do make friends with cats, so if you've got a cat and are thinking of re-homing a retired greyhound...
The Retired Greyhound Trust has over 70 branches around the UK so there's plenty of opportunity for you to get involved & lend a paw, or even take on a greyhound, or events to go to for a great dog day out, such as the Great Geryhound Gathering in Nottingham in September. The charity has a Used Stamp Appeal so you can get active at home & help save stamps for charity You can send your used stamps to the Retired Greyhound Trust, 2nd Floor, Park House, 1-4 Park Terrace, Worcester Park, Surrey KT4 7 JZ. So get collecting those stamps! Andtake a look at their site to see how else you could help a retired greyhound or two...
Please send used stamps to the PDSA Stamp Appeal, P.O. Box 9191, Wishaw, Lanarkshire, ML2 0YB and you'll help them in their work to care for the sick and injured animals of owners in need.
SPANA works to improve the lives of working animals in three ways: free veterinary care, education & training, and emergency response in some of the world's poorest communities. Last year, SPANA treated 400,000 animals around the world. Please send your stamps to Alan Gray, 7 Rookery Close, St Ives, Cambridgeshire PE27 5FX.
Please send your stamps to WWF UK. Panda House, Weyside Park, Catteshall Lane, Godalming. Surrey. GU7 1X
Help polar bears from your own home
27th February is International Polar Bears Day.
Find out more and how you can help polar bears here
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