Our research is pioneering and makes a difference, but it needs your support.

Disease and injury are the biggest threats to our pets, and here at the Animal Health Trust, we’re constantly striving to find ways to change this. We receive no government funding, so we depend on the support of people like you who understand the value animals bring to our lives. We are striving for a world in which no dog, cat or horse suffers from disease and injury and you are an important part of this.

Research is the solution to this, and regular donations enable us to commit to long-term programmes. This results in better diagnostic tests and prevention methods for animals. We recognise people who make generous donations to support our work in the following ways:

Barbara Cozens with Hugo and Oscar

Being an AHT Guardian is very rewarding. I am helping thousands of animals, and meet exceptional vets and scientists to hear about the latest developments in animal medicine.

Barbara Cozens, AHT Guardian

Become a Guardian of the Animal Health Trust

Regardless of whether you want to support cancer research in dogs, stop infectious disease spread in horses or support any of our ongoing research programmes, becoming an AHT Guardian enables you to do this.

AHT Guardians commit to donating or fundraising £500 or more each year. In return, we offer you personalised behind-the-scenes tours, the opportunity to meet key staff from our world leading veterinary and scientific teams, and invitations to special events.

Contact: Andrew Simmonds, 01638 555648, andrew.simmonds@aht.org.uk

The AHT's Fellowship Scheme

Enjoy an exclusive calendar of special events whilst supporting our vital research

Become a Fellow of the Animal Health Trust

If you’re an individual or company wanting to support our pioneering work, whilst enjoying a special calendar of sporting and social events, then become an AHT Fellow. As an AHT Fellow, we will provide you with a variety of networking opportunities with like-minded individuals, as well as invitations to a number of exclusive events at Royal Palaces, our Gala Race Day and the UK Equestrian Awards. Many of these events are attended by our President, HRH The Princess Royal, who you will have the opportunity to meet.

Our Fellows are incredibly important to us. Through the scheme, we look to develop long-standing relationships for the benefit of both our charity and you or your company.

Contact: Viv Thomas, 01638 555648, vivien.thomas@aht.org.uk

Support in the United States of America

The AHT collaborates with US-based organisations and conducts work of global importance. Join us in raising funds to help tackle complex diseases, such as cancer and infectious diseases like equine Strangles, which cause great suffering to animals in the US, as well as around the world.

Kelly Harris, President of AHT US
AHT US delegates visit the AHT in Newmarket as part of a programme of events which included a Gala Dinner at Buckingham Palace with HRH The Princess Royal.

We are incredibly privileged to have a registered not-for-profit in the US which provides a tax effective vehicle for US citizens to donate and support the AHT in the UK. Our research work is of global importance. We are tackling diseases, such as cancer, epilepsy and Strangles, which have no geographical boundaries. These diseases are common across the world, so animals in the US benefit from, and are in as much need of, our help as those in the UK.

The AHT is 501c(3) certified and have an active US fundraising and events branch. Our relationship with AHT US enables us to offer supporters in the US exclusive access to networking and social events, often hosed by our President, HRH The Princess Royal, at a number of Royal Palaces or stately homes.

UK contact: Hannah Wilcox, 01638 555648, hannah.wilcox@aht.org.uk

USA contact: Kelly Harris, 917-334-6068, kelly.harris@ahtus.org