Despite the dark times we have all been facing, the wonderful kindness of our donors has brought real light and hope to families affected by autism, epilepsy and disability.

The families we support live with some of the most challenging medical conditions and have been affected physically and mentally. The restrictions and limitations mean our work training more support dogs and helping more families has been made more difficult and achievements slow.

Our work is vital. It saves lives. Thanks to the kindness of our supporters, we prove that what is to some, small change, for our charity can bring a big tangible difference to lives:


- Our dogs provide a 100% reliable up to 1 hour warning before an epileptic seizure. A donation of £10 can contribute to providing 24 hours of care for someone with uncontrollable epileptic seizure.

- Our support dogs provide over 8,000 of care per client with a long term health condition per year. A £20 donation would help to enable us to teach a support dog to raise the alarm during an emergency

- A 100% of parents of a child with autism, said their child was safer and better able to visit new places thanks to their support dog. A £35 donation will fund the equipment needed for a support dogs to keep a child safe

 - Our charity saves the NHS an estimated £19 million a year, yet just £75 could pay for a month of charity’s health and welfare costs for a dog while in training to become a life changing support dogs

We need to grow to be able to continue help more families. We rely 100% on voluntary donations.

If would to donate to our work this winter you can do so in a number of ways:

Click here to make a one-off donation

Click here to set up a regular monthly donations

OR

- You can send a cheque or postal order payable to Support Dogs to: Support Dogs, 21 Jessops Riverside, Brightside Lane, Sheffield, S9 2RX

- You can also make a donation over the 'phone by speaking to us on 0114 261 7800 (Mon - Fri 8.30am - 5pm)

You can also sponsor one of our support dogs

More information about how we use donations made to our charity can be read here