Charity Begins with Homes

Charity Begins with Homes


Charity Scheme

Not all Estate Agents are the same!

At Spanish Property Finders we like to give something back, and if Charities can benefit then great!

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Helping local & International  Charities
It’s quite simple, whenever SPF sell a home we donate €100 from our commissions to a Charity of the buyers choice. That can be one of the big charities back home or a local Spanish charity, the buyer chooses from our approved list and we do the rest!

To be included on our local Charities list simply complete the form below and we’ll get you added.

Submit

Send us your details and we’ll add you to our approved Charities list

Legal

You have to be a registered charity with a Registered Charity Number to apply

Donation

Our buyers will be presented with the list of Charities – it’s their choice where we donate.

Join our scheme

Submit your Charity’s details and we’ll be in contact soon to add you to our scheme. Hopefully we’ll be able to give a little something back and help others in the process. All charities are welcome, as long as you are legally registered and have a charity number.

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Our current    Charities
Here’s a list of the local Charities  who have signed up to our scheme so far! If you’d like to be added or know of a Charity you’d like included, please let us know…
Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre

Our mission is to rescue and rehabilitate abused, neglected and abandoned horses, ponies and donkeys, while campaigning for the better treatment of animals across Spain. We are a no-kill foundation and provide each rescued animal with a safe and loving sanctuary – either here at our centre or via rehoming – for the rest of their lives.

 

http://easyhorsecare.net/

Pets in Spain
Stroke Association

Living in Spain we do not have the benefit of English speaking stroke support teams as there are in some parts of the UK which provide after care for stroke victims and their carers. I think most of us feel that the primary care and physiotherapy provided by the Spanish National Health Service is good but afterwards we can feel isolated. Therefore we need to aim at creating our own self help support group, but very much using the knowledge of the Stroke Association in the UK and using as many books and leaflets that are produced on the subject of stroke that we can obtain.

https://www.strokeassociationspain.org/about-us

 

Podenco Friends

Too many podencos are subjected to long term abuse, both mental and physical. They spend much of their lives either chained up in a dark building with inadequate nutrition and minimal human contact, wandering the countryside trying to survive or in a perrera (killing station). They have been working dogs and have no experience of living with people or in a comfortable house. For some, even walking through a doorway can be very stressful and others need time, love and special handling to learn to trust humans.

 

http://www.podencofriends.com/