Latest Updates from RSPCA Member Societies
- Thursday, 9 April 2020
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, RSPCA NSW is taking necessary precautions to ensure the health and wellbeing of our staff, volunteers and community members. As a result, we are moving our one-day physical community relief points to an online alternative.
- Friday, 3 April 2020
Are you in the Bermagui, Kundabung or Mudgee area? RSPCA NSW want to continue to help provide you with supplies for your animals after the recent bushfires.
- Friday, 27 March 2020
COVID-19 restrictions mean we are moving our one-day physical community relief points to an online alternative. This change will give people greater access to our bushfire relief assistance.
- Wednesday, 18 March 2020
On Saturday 21 March, RSPCA NSW will be at three community relief points across the state. Come along to get feed and other necessary supplies. MULLUMBIMBY WHEN: Saturday 21 March 2020 LOCATION: Mullumbimby Leagues Club, 25 Manns Rd, Mullumbimby TIME: 9 a. m. to 2:30 p. m.
- Tuesday, 3 March 2020
As a part of RSPCA NSW’s promise to help support as many fire-affected communities as possible, they are continuing to set up community relief points to provide feed and supplies people may need to help care for their animals.
- Sunday, 16 February 2020
Our teams distributed pet food, fodder, flea, tick and worming treatment products and a bunch of other pet supplies to community members who have been affected by the recent bushfires.
- Tuesday, 11 February 2020
RSPCA NSW are continuing to assist animal owners across the state who have been affected by bushfires. Over the weekend, RSPCA NSW teams faced the extreme weather to assist bushfire-affected communities in Nymboida, Lithgow and Cobargo.
- Thursday, 6 February 2020
On the weekend of 1-2 February, RSPCA NSW hosted a pop-up relief centre in the towns of Moruya and Willawarrin.
- Wednesday, 5 February 2020
RSPCA NSW is currently in the field, providing on-the-ground support in fire-affected communities in the state’s north, south and west. Right now, our priority is ensuring no animal impacted by the bushfire crisis is suffering.