See Wicked & help the RSPCA Pet Food Bank project

by Royal Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals in London, Greater London, United Kingdom

We did it
On 31st March 2024 we successfully raised £205 with 16 supporters in 31 days

Your support will help the RSPCA to keep pets and their owners together by funding the RSPCA’s Pet Food Bank project across England & Wales.

Project by Royal Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals

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Want to see the spellbounding hit musical Wicked in London’s West End?

Thanks to the generosity of Mark Curry, star of Wicked, you could win two tickets! And you’ll also be helping vulnerable pets and pet owners too. By entering this prize draw you’ll be supporting the RSPCA’s Pet Food Bank project. 

“One of the most successful musicals of all time” (BBC News), and the winner of more than 100 global awards, Wicked is already the 11th longest-running production in West End history. 

Stephen Schwartz and Winnie Holzman’s must-see musical phenomenon is based on the novel by Gregory Maguire and imagines a beguiling backstory and future possibilities to the lives of L. Frank Baum’s beloved characters from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. 

Acclaimed as “London’s #1 show” (LBC), Wicked reveals the decisions and events that shape the destinies of two unlikely university friends on their journey to becoming ‘Glinda The Good’ and the ‘Wicked Witch of the West’. 


(Photo by Matt Crockett)

(Headline Photo by Matt Crockett)

The RSPCA Pet Food Bank Project

With 17.4 million UK households owning a pet in 2022*, there’s a good chance you live with a beloved animal yourself. Could you bear the thought of having to give up your pet? Sadly for an increasing number of people, that’s a situation they find themselves in due to the cost-of-living crisis.

A recent RSPCA survey** found that one in five pet owners are worried about the cost of feeding their animals. We have found more than three quarters think the cost-of-living crisis will impact their beloved pets. We know people are struggling to afford insurance, vet bills, and even very basic needs like food. You can help us to help them. As this financial strain grows, the RSPCA’s work to protect animals from cruelty, neglect, and abandonment is needed now more than ever.

Nina and her Chihuahua, Violet

Nina and her Chihuahua, Violet, attended our Christmas drop in session with Newcastle food bank in 2023. Violet was provided with essential pet provisions including pet food and some festive doggy treats for under the tree.

Nina says: “The cost of living crisis has had an effect on my circumstances. I have a large family to support and I have to travel around. This means that my needs come to the bottom of the list. Violet means everything to me and she helps me through day by day.”


We’re seeking £1.27 million to help us expand our successful Pet Food Bank project across England and Wales. 

The project works with communities that are particularly vulnerable to the effects of the cost-of-living crisis. We support them so they can tackle pet welfare and wellbeing issues before they develop into something much worse. The RSPCA will connect a pet owner in crisis with their nearest food bank as well as provide pet welfare advice, signpost them to further services and provide practical support. The project also works with manufacturers and retailers to collect pet food donations and deliver supplies to food banks for owners and animals in need. The cost-of-living crisis means the service is more in demand than ever. In doing this, we not only keep more pets and pet owners together, we also reduce pressure on RSPCA centres, which are full to bursting.

Colin and Molly, 8 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier

“To be able to get help with food and health care for Molly has made me so happy. She will love the new toys and treats. I am pleased to know that help is available. This gives me hope for the future.”


By entering our prize draw, you’re making a direct contribution to this vital cause – thank you. For more information see the Terms and Conditions.

* IBISWorld Business Environment Profile

** Animal Kindness Index

Entry options


£5 - One prize draw entry

1 entry


£10 - Three prize draw entries

3 entries


£20 - Eight prize draw entries

8 entries


£50 - Twenty Five prize draw entries

25 entries


£100 - Sixty prize draw entries

60 entries

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Send your details to:
See Wicked & help the RSPCA Pet Food Bank project
RSPCA Customer Engagement,
Parkside, Chart Way,
Horsham, West Sussex,
RH12 1GY

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