What is Cinnamon Trust
We are the only specialist national charity which seeks to relieve the anxieties, problems and sometimes injustices faced by elderly and terminally ill people and their pets, thereby saving a great deal of human sadness and animal suffering.
What does the Cinnamon Trust do?
Our primary objective is to respect and preserve the treasured relationship between owners and their pets. We provide a national fostering service for pets whose owners face a spell in hospital – our volunteers take pets into their own homes and supply love and care in abundance until owner and pet can be reunited.
We also provide long term care for pets whose owners have died or moved to residential accommodation which will not accept pets. We run two home from home sanctuaries as well as arranging homing through our Pet Friendly Care Home Register that lists care homes and retirement housing that are happy to accept residents with pets.
How many volunteers are involved with the charity?
We currently have over 15,000 community service volunteers that provide practical help when any aspect of day to day care poses a problem - for example, walking the dog for a housebound owner. Without them we simply couldn’t operate.
How does Pets Corner support The Cinnamon Trust?
Pets Corner promotes The Cinnamon Trust through the posters in their local store at Christchurch. They have had a lot of customers showing interest in volunteering to walk the dogs, which is fantastic.
Where does the Trust's funding come from?
Our funding comes from the generosity of the general public and our national network of community service volunteers who become fosterers and volunteer their homes and free time to provide practical help for pet owners that are experiencing difficulties.
How many people does The Cinnamon Trust help?
Each year we help over 32,142 people and 41,342 animals.
To find out more about The Cinnamon Trust or to make a donation please visit their website www.cinnamon.org.uk
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