STRAY2ME COOPERATIVE

The Co-operative Bank’s Customer Donation Fund supports Stray2Me Rescue

The Co-operative Bank has given £1,000 to Stray2Me Rescue, a registered charity which rescues stray dogs and cats in Romania and support preventative and educational measures to resolve the stray problem.

The donation from Co-operative Bank’s Customer Donation Fund will support a spay and neuter campaign carried out in partnership with Wave Veterinary in Constanta, Romania. These funds will allow us to neuter around 50 dogs and cats, helping to prevent thousand of pups and kittens being born on the streets, which in turn will also give birth to more strays and result in an increase of the stray population.

Tina Collyer-Cook, Chairwoman of Stray2Me Rescue, said:

“This grant makes a massive difference to our mission as a rescue. By giving local rescuers and animal activists the option to spay for free, we have spared anywhere between 50 and tens of thousands of lives from being born in misery. Our latest rescue case speaks for itself – these baby girls have been found in a field, and one weighs just 1.8 Kg. You can see her ribs. They both have parvovirus, and are undergoing expensive treatment which has a low chance of success. They wouldn’t have had this chance without a kind soul accidentally stumbling across them – luck that not many other stray animals have. By choosing to spay, this suffering can be prevented.”

“We are ever more reliant on support from organisations such as The Co-operative Bank. This donation is a great boost to our fundraising.”

Ben James, Head of SME Banking at The Co-operative Bank said:

“It’s great that our Customer Donation Fund enables us to give money to organisations like Stray2Me Rescue who make a difference to their community and bring people together. All of us at The Co-operative Bank feel especially proud that we’ve been able to make this donation at a time when many charities and community organisations are facing new challenges and a loss of vital income due to the coronavirus.”

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Do you recognise Angela, our Care fur Paws beneficiary?

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