Assisi Animal Sanctuary is Northern Ireland's largest independent animal welfare charity providing shelter for up to 200 companion animals - cats, dogs and rabbits.
Charity Reference No: NIC104594.
A gift left in your Will to Assisi Animal Sanctuary, after you have looked after your family and friends, allows you to take care of everything that is important to you. Your gift is a great way to ensure that your love of animals and interest in their well-being is continued into the future.
As a charity, Assisi relies on the generosity of its supporters and we are incredibly grateful for every gift we receive no matter what the size. All gifts help us provide the animals in our care with a warm bed, veterinary attention and most importantly of all, the time to care for them until we find them a loving home. Legacies have helped us improve what we currently do, providing new runs, animal housing and vans.
Your support, no matter how small, would be extremely beneficial to us. Your legacy can help feed the animals in our care, provide them with warm dry beds, excellent veterinary care and a safe environment until we can find them a new home. Your act of kindness can help to save thousands of animals, which pass through our care at The Sanctuary, through our Chance of a Lifetime programme, our neutering programme for all Assisi animals, and also help rebuild and maintain our facilities at The Sanctuary.
Assisi also offers a ‘Certificate of Undertaking Scheme’ whereby we undertake to care for your companion animals if you pass away before they do. This is a free service that gives anyone concerned peace of mind about the welfare of their pets beyond their lifetime. The scheme applies to cats, dogs, rabbits and guinea pigs, even if they were not rehomed from Assisi.
We will treat every one of the animals we bring in as a beloved family pet and do our utmost to ensure they are well cared for until a new, loving home is found.
If you are interested in signing up to this scheme, or would like to know more, please speak to a member of staff on 02891 812 622.