Sometimes Oldies Club takes in dogs who, because of the physical or emotional damage they have suffered, or due to terminal illness, cannot be rehomed. In these cases, which have sadly become more frequent, we endeavour to provide long-term foster placements with experienced carers who will ensure these oldies know a loving, secure home for their final years.
To select the oldie you’d like to sponsor, see our current sponsor dogs listed here.
If you decide to sponsor a dog, you will receive a Sponsorship Pack, containing a certificate and personalised letter from your sponsor friend, together with their full story.
Find out more about our sponsor dogs in the Sponsor a Special Oldie category.
Sponsor a Dog by Paypal
Sponsor a Dog by Standing Order or Bank Transfer
Make a regular monthly or quarterly donation to sponsor a dog by standing order, or a one-off donation by bank transfer here. Please include YOUR contact email address, even if this is a gift for someone else, when submitting a form to us, so that we can contact you if we need to. Please submit all sponsor related information by email to Angela at email@example.com. You can also contact Angela with any queries relating to the sponsor scheme.
***To select the oldie you’d like to sponsor, see our current sponsor dogs listed here.***
*Don’t forget Gift Aid*
If you are a UK taxpayer and you make a donation, please consider completing our Gift Aid form. This enables us to claim an extra 25 pence, from the Inland Revenue, for each pound you donate.
Oldies Club is extremely grateful to those who have sponsored one of our Oldies and appreciates every donation. When you sponsor a dog, for yourself or as a gift for someone else, you will receive a sponsor certificate and a letter relating to your chosen sponsor dog.
Vet bills differ for each dog in Oldies Club care and we wish to make sure that all donations received, can be used in full. Therefore, should the donations exceed the vet bills for a particular dog, the charity reserves the right to use a sponsor donation for another dog in Oldies Club care, if appropriate, rather than seeing your generous donation wasted.