Ceva Animal Welfare Awards
Our Sponsors for the Awards
VBD is proud to be associated with the Ceva Awards for Animal Welfare and we know there are many worthy candidates out there, waiting to receive the applause they deserve. So if you know of any outstanding vets, nurses, animal charity workers and welfare volunteers, then nominate them today!
Paul Imrie - Editor in Chief
We know how hard veterinary professionals work to safeguard the health and welfare of their patients in practice, but, equally, we know for many vets and nurses, the job does not end there. As well as working tirelessly to improve patient welfare and educate owners, these veterinary workers are often found going above and beyond the call of duty outside practice, whether at home or abroad.
Rebecca Hubbard - Editor
PDSA is delighted to be sponsoring the Charity Professional of the Year Award in the Ceva Awards for Animal Welfare. We know that there are many individuals who are devoted to saving and improving the lives of animals in their care, and these awards are a fantastic opportunity to recognise that commitment and passion.
Nicola Martin - Head of Pet Health and Welfare
“Your Dog Magazine is delighted to be co-sponsoring the Charity Team of the Year Award at the Ceva Animal Welfare Awards, along with our sister publication Your Cat. “It’s a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge and reward the achievements and hard work of those involved in animal welfare.”
Sarah Wright - Editor, Your Dog Magazine
“Volunteer support is vital to charities. Blue Cross simply wouldn't be able to help as many pets as we do without their dedication and commitment. We are delighted to recognize their hard work by supporting the CEVA event and hosting the Volunteer of the Year Welfare Award.”
Steve Goody - Director of External Affairs
Welfare is key in livestock production and part of NADIS` core Knowledge Transfer to the livestock industry. Practitioners are central to improving welfare on farms and there are many examples of cases were practitioners have significantly improved animal welfare and these need to be highlighted to encourage improvement in standards. NADIS is pleased to work with Ceva in this important area.
Mike Howe - Director of External Affairs
As a charity which works to make a positive difference to the lives of farming people in difficult times, R.A.B.I. is well-placed to appreciate the care and compassion that people who work in farming have for their animals. We are therefore delighted to be associated with the Ceva Awards for Animal Welfare.
Head of Fundraising and Development
As committed supporters of animal rescues across the UK, Agria is familiar with the many challenges faced by rehoming organisations as they strive to help disadvantaged animals. We are proud to support the Ceva Animal Welfare Awards to ensure that the fabulous work from within this community is recognised and celebrated
Lorraine Tannatt Nash
Head of Rehoming & Charity Channel
International Cat Care will partner with CEVA Animal Health again at their Ceva Welfare Awards to announce the winner of the International Cat Care Award for Work with unowned cats at the event in Birmingham next April. This award will be made to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to cat welfare by addressing problems of unowned cat populations.