We are one of the 165 independent branch charities that support the local work of the RSPCA Inspectors.
As a separate branch of the RSPCA we are responsible for raising funds locally to support our animal welfare work.
Our branch is run by a committee of locally elected volunteers who are responsible for the management and administration of the branch's affairs, fundraising, donations and legacies.
We aim to promote responsible pet ownership through vaccination, neutering, micro-chipping and welfare assistance.
Our Branch operates an Animal Welfare clinic in Wrexham at 9 Churchill Drive, Wrexham, LL13 9HH. The clinic is open on Mondays and Thursdays between 11:00 am and 12:30 pm.
We are a registered charity 232232 and depend entirely on donations from the public. You can donate by texting the word WREX13 £5 (or any amount) to 70070 or you can donate to our PayPal account by sending the money to firstname.lastname@example.org
To read how your donations and support help to fund our work click here
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Nightingale House Hospice provides specialist palliative care services, completely free-of-charge, to patients and their families across a wide area of North East Wales stretching from Wrexham, Flintshire and East Denbighshire to Barmouth and the border towns including Oswestry and Whitchurch.
The services we are able to offer to the local community include a 12 bed inpatient ward where we are able to provide 24 hour clinical support. This service is available 365 days a year. A 15 patient daycare unit which provides an opportunity for patients with life limiting illnesses to get together in comfortable and caring surroundings, and is an access point to other specialist palliative care services that the Hospice provides. Art and creative therapies are available, aimed at promoting an enjoyable sense of achievement and developing new skills and interests. The Hospice also offers a range of complementary therapies, and physiotherapy including a hydrotherapy pool. A range of bereavement support services are offered including Release a specialist service for children and young adults. Release is open to all bereaved children and their families in our catchment area, not just those with a prior connection to the Hospice.
In 2014 it will cost £2.62 million to run the hospice – this equates to £7,200 per day. Only 19% of this comes from the Local Health Board, which is only enough funding to support the hospice for 69 days. We have to fund the remaining 296 days from our own fundraising activities. Nightingale House therefore greatly relies on the generosity of our local community to raise the additional funding for the remaining 296 days of the year.
All money raised ensures that we can continue to deliver direct care to our patients.
Or phone the fundraising team on 1978 314292