Can you animals like Tortoga who needs an operation this Saturday? Volunteers Needed for the GSPCA Flag Day
With only days until the GSPCA Flag Day event on Saturday 23rd August we are looking for help.
We would love to hear from you or your business if you are able to help us out this Saturday or at any of the events we are at.
If you can help at one of the slots below or even pop a bucket on your counter at work then please could you contact Sarah Ozanne at the Shelter on 257261 with the time slot and location or if you would like us to drop a bucket or collection tin to your place of work we would love to hear from you.
We are looking at 2 hour slots but anything is appreciated. The slots are:
And same places as last year:
Marks & Spencers – L’Islet
Marks & Spencers – St Martins
Waitrose – Rohais
Waitrose – Admiral Park
Creature Comforts Pet Store
If you can help please email Sarah Ozanne on email@example.com or call 01481 257261.
Thank you for your support. We have many events and are always looking for help. To find out what events are happening please click here and let us know if you can help.
Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “We have many animals in our care in need of operations like Tortoga a young female cat with a heart condition.”
“The money raised on our flag day will help animals just like her and also towards our Redevelopment Appeal.”
“We would love to hear from anyone that can help this Saturday or at any of our events that we have coming up.”
Sarah Ozanne Animal Care Assistant and organisor of the flag day said “This Saturday we have our annual flag day and if anyone can help please do give me a call at the GSPCA on 257261.”
“If you fancy taking it a bit further this Saturday like dressing up as a giant animal then we have lots of costumes you can borrow to help make it a bit more fun.”
The photo is of Tortoga a young female cat in need of a heart operation and the money raised will be going to help cats and other animals just like her.
To find out about Tortoga and other animals in need of operations please click here.