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ADCH Conference 2024 – Attendee list scam statement

It has come to our attention that ‘companies’ are contacting some of our Members and Exhibitors to offer them sale of attendee lists from ADCH Conference 2024. Unfortunately, this has become a more common occurrence for association conferences in recent years and is a sector wide problem.

Posted: 11/04/2024

Paul’s Daring Dive to Support ADCH!

We are thrilled to announce the exciting news of ADCH supporter Paul’s upcoming Sponsored Skydiving adventure!

Posted: 04/04/2024

Celebrating National Puppy Day 2024

On National Puppy Day, we are celebrating the adoption and rehoming of dogs of all ages.

Posted: 22/03/2024

Join the ADCH as Honorary Treasurer!

The ADCH are looking for an Honorary Treasurer to oversee all financial aspects of the Association and join the Board of Trustees in making a positive impact on animal welfare across the UK and Ireland for cats and dogs.

Posted: 20/10/2023

ADCH releases annual survey data

ADCH carries out an Annual Return activity in the first quarter of each year to gather Members statistics on their operations and the animals that they care for, to help […]

Posted: 14/09/2023

ADCH Awards £164,265 Emergency Cost-of-Living Grants to Animal Rescue Organisations Caring for Over 1,300 Animals in Need

ADCH awards £164,265 Emergency Cost-of-Living Grants to animal rescue organisations caring for over 1,300 animals in need and has found in their national survey of 170 animal rescue and rehoming organisations that 73% expect to struggle to make ends meet, while 97% expect to see a greater demand for their services.

Posted: 09/08/2023

The Association of Dogs and Cats Homes appoints new Executive Director!

We are delighted to introduce our new Executive Director, Rebecca Cooper, who brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to ADCH from her extensive experience in the charitable sector. Throughout her 18-year career, Rebecca has dedicated herself to making a difference in the lives of others, particularly in the areas of children’s health and bereavement support.

Posted: 09/08/2023

Cat’s Protection – Developing Wellbeing Tools for shelter cats survey

Cat’s Protection’s new research survey to develop wellbeing tools for shelter cats, gives an opportunity for volunteers or staff (aged 18+) that regularly care for cats on behalf of a charity/organisation, to be part of the project and its research.

Posted: 18/07/2023