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Give To Get Them Home: RSPCA’s national fundraiser with double the impact

By RSPCA
Posted: 7 Oct 2021
RSPCA’s national fundraiser Give to Get Them Home is back - a one day only dollar matching event this Thursday October 7, 2021.

Every donation made to RSPCA NSW during Give to Get them Home will be matched by generous major donors and corporate partners until we meet our fundraising goal. 

RSPCA NSW Fundraising Senior Manager Inbar Millo said the appeal means every supporter will have the opportunity for their contribution to have double the impact.  

“A small donation during Give to Get them Home can make a big difference towards helping neglected, abandoned and abused animals,” said Ms Millo.  

“We could not do what we do without the generous support of the community. The support of the animal-loving community and our national partners helps keep our shelter doors open to help animals in need". 

Donations from our generous supporters accounts for 98% of our funding and allows RSPCA NSW to continue supporting animals in need.  

  • $260 can help prosecute an animal cruelty offender 

  • $150 can help keep an inspector on the road for a day 

  • $75 can provide necessary treatment to help a suffering animal 

RSPCA NSW has an open-door policy, welcoming more than 26,000 animals (more than 71 a day) through our doors in the last 12 months. 

In the next 3 months RSPCA NSW is expecting more than 7,000 animals to arrive in our shelters across New South Wales.   


Give to Get Them Home is made possible by our matching partners including Peter Alexander and Elanco, for pledging to match every dollar donated.  

Participants can donate via here  or via telephone on (02) 9782 4400. 

 

 
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