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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

RSPCA calls for volunteers in Eurobodalla

Have you got some time you could donate to RSPCA NSW?

If you are interested in finding out more about volunteering for RSPCA NSW, the Eurobodalla Volunteer Branch will be hosting an information session for potential volunteers in Moruya on Wednesday 22 February.

“The RSPCA NSW Eurobodalla Volunteer Branch has been active in Eurobodalla for more than a decade but currently needs more volunteers to be able to continue its good work,” said Branch President Ruth Mackay.

“We would love for members of its generous community to help us kickstart some new assistance programs.”

The local branch has rehomed more than 100 animals each year since it was formed more than a decade ago. Last year it provided more than $18,000 to the community in vouchers, providing assistance with the cost of veterinary treatments such as desexing. Volunteers have also distributed food, bedding and tick collars and provided assistance during bushfires and floods.

“Thanks to the contributions of volunteers, hundreds of animals and animal-lovers have been supported by the Eurobodalla Branch,” said Ruth. “Right now, we could really use your help to continue lending a helping hand!”

Some of the ways that you can assist the Eurobodalla Volunteer Branch includes fostering animals, fundraising, administering programs and responding to inquiries.

The hour-long volunteer information event will be held at Moruya Golf Club at 5:30pm on Wednesday, February 22. Come along and meet current volunteers and staff over a coffee and a canape!

If you are interested in finding out more about how you can get involved, please get in touch by emailing or by calling branch President Ruth Mackay on 0429 488 200.

Above: Ruth Mackay, president of the Eurobodalla RSPCA Volunteer Branch

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