SPCA New Zealand

SPCA Annual Street Appeal

2-8 March 2020
New Zealand

Waikato woman prosecuted after her dog was found emaciated

Will you join us this March to make a difference for animals in need?

SPCA Annual Street Appeal, our biggest fundraising event of the year, is back!

During March 2-8 will you sign up to join Team SPCA as a street collector? Just two hours out of your day collecting donations can make a huge difference in the lives of animals in need!

Our street appeal volunteers help us raise over $300,000 for abused, neglected and injured animals across New Zealand.

And we desperately need your help to give these animals the future they deserve!

Every dollar you collect will help rescue and seek justice for animals, care for and treat them, and find them safe, happy loving homes.

Will you be a hero for New Zealand animals? It’s so easy to make a difference.

  1. Gather your friends: both furry and human!
  2. Register as a volunteer: you can do as little as two hours or longer!
  3. Help raise as much money as possible
We can't wait to have you on Team SPCA and help us raise vital funds for the 40,000 animals we see throughout centres each year.

To join Team SPCA for SPCA’s Annual Appeal, sign up here.

For any questions about how to enter or how to fundraise, please email fundraise4spca@spca.nz

To join Team SPCA at our Annual Street Appeal 2020:

  • Sign up here and register which days and locations to collect would suit you.

We can’t wait to have you on board. For any questions please email fundraise4spca@spca.nz.

You can create a personalised fundraising page that is designed to be easily shared online so you can collect all donations in one place. Know people who can't commit to being a Street Appeal volunteer? Encourage them to set up their own fundraising page too!

Your support will help us:

$50 helps microchip a dog

$150 helps an SPCA inspector rescue an animal
$250 helps give an animal a warm bed for a week

$500 helps save a litter of kittens... and you get to name one too!

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