RSPCA Sheffield Branch

RSPCA Sheffield Branch

Charity information

RSPCA Sheffield Branch

We are an independent animal rehabilitation and rehoming charity in the Sheffield area of the UK. We are regulated by the RSPCA National Society but receive no funding from them or the government. As a charity we have to raise our own running costs and are one of the largest centres in the UK.

Founded 1873

  • Mission statement

    The RSPCA Sheffield Branch operates a rehoming scheme for unwanted or abandoned animals within the Sheffield area. Animals are accepted by the Branch and made available for adoption - the rehoming programme involves a home visit to determine suitability of the potential adopter.

    The Branch also operates a Welfare Clinic, offering subsidised preventative veterinary treatment such as vaccinations and neutering, to pet owners on a low income.

  • Aims

    RSPCA Sheffield Branch aims to:

    • To rehabilitate and rehome as many animals as possible, and help the community to pay for their vet bills, by offering help at a reduced cost to a normal veterinary practice.
  • Overview

    Established: October 1873

    Registered Charity Number: 225570

    Board members: 7

    Full time staff: 30

    Part time staff: 13

    Volunteers: 6

    Phone number: 01142898050

    Address: 2 Stadium Way, Attercliffe, SHEFFIELD S9 3HN

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
  • Dog Walk

    To provide a dog walking path through parts of our site for volunteers to be able to walk ... More
  • Small Animals Unit

    The building of a unit to house "small furries" - hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, ferrets ... More