The Tameside and Glossop branch of the RSPCA is separate and independent from the parent charity (National RSPCA) and run entirely by unpaid volunteers.
- Volunteer foster families are now caring for our all our cats and kittens until they find caring new homes. As a result we are in urgent need of DONATIONS OF KITTEN FOOD AND MILK, LITTER, BLANKETS & EQUIPMENT. If you would like to help you can donate via our food collection boxes in Sainsbury’s Denton store, Asda in Hyde, Pets at Home in Glossop, or via our Amazon Wish List, or why not make a secure online, cash donation via My Donate?. You can also donate by text – simply text the message ANIM22 and the amount you wish to donate to 70070
- FOSTERERS URGENTLY NEEDED – The branch needs people living in the Tameside and Glossop areas who can foster Cats, kittens, or dogs and puppies in their own homes. Read more about: Cat and Kitten Fosterers or Dog and Puppy Fosterers.
- Hollingworth Carnival Fun Dog Show - Despite the appalling weather earlier in the afternoon we managed to put on 6 out of the planned 10 classes and would like to thank the families who came along to support us on the day. Photos of our winning entries for this and our Tulip Sunday Fun Show can be found here
A huge thank you to the staff at Barclays Bank Hyde and Glossop branches who gave up their time to raise £169.04 to help the branch and to all the customers of The Yorkshire Building Society, Asda Hyde and to Sainsburys Denton for their very generous donations of food, cat litter and other equipment to help our animals in care, who are waiting for new families to call their own. Sainsbury’s customers have made donations amounting to over £2,000 in the first 6 months of the branch being chosen as the store’s charity of the year. RSPCA Tameside and Glossop Branch is self funding so we rely entirely on the generosity of the public. Without the support, time Volunteered, Fundraising and Donations from local people we wouldn’t be able to help so many Tameside and Glossop animals in need. Thank you! Please look through our website to find out more about the branch, our animals and how you can help. Just let your cursor hover over any of the items on the menu bar (above) for drop down lists to find out more about the branch eg: ‘news’ to read about the work of the branch, when an animal has been rehomed and other related news of interest. You can read more about the branch here.