The RSPCA Manchester and Salford Branch has been a registered charity since 1963. We have a small rehoming centre in a rented warehouse in Salford, the centre is fitted out with bespoke accommodation for cats, kittens, rabbits, guinea pigs and other small rodents. We also have an extensive network of foster carers throughout the catchment area so we can best support the varying needs of the animals that come into our care. At any one time we typically look after around 100 to 120 animals.
The branch supports the work of the
National RSPCA inspectorate by taking in animals they have rescued. There are many reasons why animals come into the care of the RSPCA and we are here to offer a place of safety and to support them through their rehabilitation prior to rehoming.
It costs £50,000 per month to run the branch.
See inside our animal centre in Salford
RSPCA Manchester and Salford: Equality, inclusion and diversity
At the RSPCA Manchester & Salford Branch we have approximately 100 staff and volunteers who represent the vibrant, multi-generational communities of our catchment. We welcome engagement with people from across the community and we proactively embrace diversity and inclusion, so if you would like to join the team please be rest assured you will be welcomed with open arms. We are open to learning how we can adapt our workplaces and include more people to support us with the vital work that we do.
We aim to:
Treated everyone with dignity and respect
Respond positively to different needs and circumstances so that everyone can achieve their potential