How Can You Help Us?


We are always looking for ideas and help with fundraising. Anything and everything! Supermarket back packing events, craft fairs, raffles, auctions, or donated items which we can raffle or auction. Most of our volunteers and trustees spend all their spare time organising rescues, caring for hens unable to be rehomed, accounts, emails... the list goes on. We are never short of ideas for fundraising; just time! Do you have any spare time to help us?


Spread The Love


You could help to advertise by putting up posters in your local vet, supermarket pet shop or feed store. Please email us on and we can send you posters the share either digitally or in print.

Social Media

We have very active social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter which help promote the rescue. You can help enormously just by liking, reacting, sharing or commenting on our social media posts to help us create a larger base of followers and help get the word out to more people. More followers = more hens rehomed.



We are completely reliant on volunteers to keep WAAP going, and so we are enormously grateful to everyone who can help. There are a wide range of volunteer duties and there is usually something to fit all abilities and availabilities. 

 We always need lots of helpers for rescue days, either to provide a vehicle, collect hens or help at the collection points to check and send hens off to their new homes. There are also admin duties if that is where your skills are? Read more about what is involved for a volunteer at Wing and a Prayer and complete our form and we will get in touch with more details.

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Get in touch

If you would like to get in touch with us for any reason then please fill in our contact form or message us via our Facebook page.

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