“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way in which its animals are treated.” — Ghandhi.
Now more than ever, is the time to stop animal suffering around the world. Whether it's the millions of animals forgotten after natural disaster or the one billion cats and dogs at risk of culling, they need our help.
That's why our work with animals starts with people. To change animals' lives we move people. We move people to change with attitudes. We move people to change their behaviours. And we move people to change their actions.
$100 could help pay for anti-parasite treatment for about 125 animals after a disaster — essential in a situation such as a flood when animals can easily become infected.
$250 could vaccinate and collar all the dogs in eight small villages in Bangladesh.
$500 could help pay for all the essential veterinary medicine needed by a rescued bear for six months at the Balkasar bear sanctuary.
Please join us Sunday October 20th; our team members will be running and walking, so if you would like to spend some time with a bunch of enthusiastic animal lovers register today.
First 15 participants to register for the event using Charity Challenge PIN Code: 13WSPA will be entered for FREE! All other participants can enter Charity Challenge PIN Code: 13STWMSCC for a discounted rate.
A GRAND prize will be awarded to the participant with the most pledges raised!!!
At the World Society for the Protection of Animals, we have worked to expose animal cruelty and prevent animal suffering for more than 30 years. Working with individuals, organizations and governments across the globe, our campaigns range from ending the mass suffering of industrially farmed animals to protecting animals in disasters. Consultative status with the United Nations means we have a unique international platform to prove that the lives of animals are inextricably linked to our own, and now more than ever is the time to stop their suffering.
Receiving no government funding, WSPA relies on our own fundraising activities to ensure that our programs continue well into the future.
On behalf of our team and the remarkable animals we work vigilantly to protect, we offer our heartfelt thanks!
For more information, please contact Sasha Mohammed at Mohammed@wspa.ca.