Our Vision

To improve the health and welfare of animals in South East Asia through educational resources and clinics to raise awareness of the safe treatment of animals.

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Our Aim

  • Prevent animal cruelty and abuse
  • Help control dog & cat populations
  • Prevent the spread of disease
  • Encourage a positive change in peoples’ opinion and beliefs, regarding the treatment of animals
  • Alleviate the strain on animal sanctuary resources and facilities

Our Actions

We will:

  • implement educational projects within schools to teach about various animal welfare topics
  • provide information to local communities about animal welfare & humane treatment of animals
  • organise vaccinating & neutering projects
  • carry our targeted treatments for sick or injured animals
  • administer routine flea, mange & worming treatments
  • work alongside local governments, communities & organisations to prompt & encourage change towards the treatment of animals

Fund Raising

Financial donations will help cover costs of:

  • Sustainable education programmes
  • Neutering projects
  • Medical Treatments
  • Routine vaccinations
  • Food
  • Dispensers for providing uncontaminated food and water
  • Content development

Donate items

  • Dog and cat food, puppy and kitten milk
  • Food and water dispensers
  • Flea, worm and mange treatment
  • Specific medications

Please contact us for specific requirements.

Volunteer Your Expertise

Get involved with our projects abroad. Provide resources, ideas, information and / or knowledge of ways to improve and evolve our promotional & educational projects.

Signposting

organisations or individuals who share comparable projects

Raise awareness

Through your use of Social MediaAdvertising, Word of MouthCharity Events

Our Team

Corinne Smith

Corinne has always had an interest in being able to help animals in need. When travelling around Asia, Corinne witnessed many animals without homes or shelter; mistreated, ill or malnourished. These profound experiences were the catalyst that prompted Corinne to found the Helping Paws charity.

Phil Evans

Having 7 cats and a rescue stray dog at home, Phil has always had a soft spot for waifs and strays. Phil travels extensively and wherever he goes, he always has pocket full of biscuits and will be found feeding & fussing the animals.

Sara Kelly

After travelling around India and seeing the number of animals in need of care and attention, Sara has been looking for a  project that she can be part of to truly make a difference. The HP philosophy reflects her beliefs and she is delighted to share in their work.

Neil Cottam

Neil has always had a soft spot for animals… He has lots of time to play and makes sure that they are taken good care of. Neil owns a woodland area in Derbyshire, U.K. which he is using to achieve his eco-friendly vision of maintaining habitats of wildlife; which fits in perfectly with the Helping Paws vision.

Our Projects

Blog Posts

Take a look at our new blog site!
On here we explain and introduce our individual rescue missions as well as what projects we have been working on.

Tangalle, Sri Lanka 2018

Tangalle, Sri Lanka Project Helping Paws first project will be to help the street, community and beach dogs and cats in the Tangalle area of Sri Lanka, from the 22nd to 24th June 2018. Background Tangalle is on the South Coast of Sri Lanka and is well known for its...

Volunteer Opportunities

Helping Paws are always looking for volunteers to enhance our work. We have opportunities for volunteers to get involved and provide hands on help.

Nepal 2018

We are currently working on finding a suitable location for our first Helping Paws project in Nepal. There will be more information coming soon on location, project timetable and dates. If you have any enquiries regarding this matter then please get in touch via the...

Get Involved

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Alternatively, if you are interested in assisting or contributing to our mission, or would simply like to share ideas and become part of the Helping Paws support network, please get in touch – we would love to hear your views.

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1 Humane Society International, March 2016, 2 Sneha’s Care, 2017.

Thanks to Tony Contini for providing us with some wonderful photos.