Canine Partners is a UK charity that transforms the lives of those who live with disabilities by training amazing assistance dogs. These dogs allow people living with disabilities across the country to enjoy a greater quality of life and more independence in their day to day lives.
Donate A Car To Support Canine Partners
Whether you have an unwanted car gathering dust, or whether it’s accident damaged or non running, your vehicle could transform the life of a person living with disabilities.
Through the use of our free comparison service, you can donate a percentage of your vehicles value to support Canine Partners. We’ll find a local collector who will pay a great price for your scrap or damaged car, passing the proceeds on to Canine Partners to help fund their incredible mission.
Simply enter your details into the form at the top of this page to get started, and help change a life.
About Canine Partners
Canine Partners was founded in 1990 by an assistance dog enthusiast and dog welfare campaigner Anne Conway along with Liz Ormerod, a vet and animal-assisted therapy expert, they rapidly grew and trained their first three dogs, Alfred, Angus, and Alex in 1994.
After renting for many years, in 2003 the charity set up in their own premises in Heyshott, West Sussex. The former polo yard and farm was well suited with great potential to be converted into individual units and specialist facilities. The Southern Centre was officially opened in 2005 by Canine Partners’ patron, HRH the Duke of Gloucester.
With rapid growth came the need for a new site, resulting in the launching of the Midlands Centre in 2014, a former pig farm. This centre is still being developed with fundraising on going for the final development of kennelling facilities.
The Canine Partners Vision
The long-term vision of Canine Partners is that every disabled person in the UK will be aware of their work, and:
- they will not have far to travel to our nearest training centre
- they will not have too long to wait for their dog to be trained
- they will enjoy greater independence
- they will enjoy a better quality of life
- Canine Partners will remain true to its mission
- Canine Partners will remain true to their values