News Recruiter Makes Charity Pledge



Recruiter makes charity pledge
5th July 2019

By Robert Ellis

A new recruitment company has pledged to give a minimum of 25% of its net profits to four animal and children’s charities.

York-based VetFinders recruits for permanent and temporary positions for vet practices throughout the UK in all job sectors. When a candidate is placed, the client can choose which of the four charities they want a percentage of their fee to be donated to.

The charities are:
- Hope Pastures, in Leeds, West Yorkshire, which rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes horses, ponies and donkeys
- Moorview Rescue in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, which has re-homed nearly 2,000 dogs in the UK
- Nuzzlets, a small charity based near Great Ouseburn in York, specialises in giving loving homes to unwanted animals and enabling young people with special needs, disabilities and life-threatening illnesses free access to them for therapy and education
- Blue Cross, a registered charity that has been helping sick, injured, abandoned and homeless pets since 1897.

VetFinders founder Chris Worthington said: “We will also be working closely with them, funding specific projects and working on their front line.”