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Keeping People & Pets Together

Northern Ireland’s charity for the terminally ill, cancer patients, older people living with disability, and their pets.

How We Can Help You

Volunteer

We are always on the lookout for more people to join our incredible team of volunteers.

Donate

You can support the work we do every day in keeping people & pets together.

Get Involved

Fundraise for our charity, Rosie’s Trust through events, marathons & more.

How Our Charity Works

A little insight into our process of helping keep people & pets together.

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Contact Rosie’s Trust

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We Assess Your Situation

3

We Assign Volunteers To You

4

Regular Visits & Support for you and your Pet

At Rosie’s Trust our mission is to preserve and protect the special relationship between people and their companion pets. We will do this when that relationship is at risk due to the person receiving a terminal diagnosis, when an older person is living with a disability, or when someone is being treated for cancer.

The Latest Fundraisers

Helping us to keep pets & people together

John Cooney | Kit Raffle

Fundraiser Rugby Kit Giveaway
Donation Target
£5K
By April 2021

 

Cathy | Virtual Walk

Event Type Virtual Walk
Distance
874 miles
When Complete

 

Sandra | Marathon

Event Type Marathon
Distance
26.2 miles
When November 2020

 

A few stories

Volunteer dog walking

& our beneficiaries

“I simply wouldn’t have been able to keep my cat without Rosie’s Trust”

Avril & Toots

Beneficiary

“We were fortunate to have the support of Rosie’s Trust to help us care for our two labradors and cat. It was a huge weight off our minds to have the volunteers help – we don’t know what we would have done without them!”

J & L

Beneficiary

“Snowy is my reason to keep going. While he’s here, I’ll be here and I can promise him that, thanks to the volunteers from Rosie’s Trust”

Noreen & Snowy

Beneficiary

“I joined Rosies Trust in 2016 as a volunteer, after retiring from the Health services. It gives me a sense of purpose, of being able to make a difference to people who are unable to care properly for a pet that means so much to them.”

Ruth

Volunteer

“What a blessing Rosie’s Trust have been! Bud now get’s a walk four times a week and he is so much happier. He get’s so excited when he sees the Rosies Trust Volunteers coming for his walks.”

Karen & Bud

Beneficiary

“Rosie’s Trust comes out to me and walks Finn every day – not for money or profit, but for a genuine love for my dog. Finn benefits so much from this and me too; I have peace of mind that he is getting what he needs while I’m not able to do all I can for him.”

Michael & Finn

Beneficiary

“I love dogs, but unfortunately I do not have enough free time to care for one by myself. I joined Rosie’s Trust in 2019 as I saw it not only as an opportunity to help those in need, but also a chance to play with some canine friends each week!”

John

Volunteer

“I have been walking Zara for the last 3 years and I really enjoy getting out to walk her. I can see how important the bond between Zara and her owner is. It is a great team to be a part of where we can help in a small way.”

Catherine & Zara

Volunteer

“When I became ill, I was very worried that I wasn’t going to be able to look after Todd as I just couldn’t take him for his walks. I was delighted when I was put in contact with Rosie’s Trust who have been an absolute blessing, arriving every morning, rain or shine, to take Todd out.”

Rosemary & Todd

Beneficiary

“Knowing that by giving up a few hours a week I am helping to keep a person and their pet together and seeing just how much this is appreciated is so rewarding.”

Simone

Volunteer

“They are an absolutely wonderful charity, they’re small but you never feel that you’re alone as a volunteer, there’s always somebody with you or someone you can contact”

Susan

Volunteer / Fosterer

“Rosie’s Trust is a lifeline to me and Flossy. I would never have been able to manage and would probably have had to give her away. I have a lot of health problems and couldn’t manage without the lovely people at Rosie’s Trust.”

Margaret & Flossy

Beneficiary

About Us

 

At Rosie’s Trust our mission is to preserve and protect the special relationship between people and their companion pets. We will do this when that relationship is at risk due to the person receiving a terminal diagnosis, when an older person is living with a disability, or when someone is being treated for cancer.

Our Registered Office

2 Queen's Parade, Bangor
Northern Ireland, BT20 3BJ

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