August 5, 2020
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SPONSORED: Calling all animal lovers – ISPCA appeals for funds

The ISPCA has issued an appeal for funds after the animal chairty saw a significant drop in its fundraising.

“ISPCA is greatly concerned to already see a shortfall in fundraising income due to the COVID-19 crisis,” the organisations has said.

“Our vital services are dangerously stretched at a time when many of our fundraising activities have been cancelled or postponed.

“But our life-saving work cannot stop. That’s why we’re launching an EMERGENCY APPEAL to help ensure all vital animal welfare services continue during this unprecedented crisis and beyond.”

As essential frontline workers, ISPCA Inspectors are responding to emergency calls to the National Animal Cruelty Helpline and our dedicated team of animal carers are expertly caring for hundreds of vulnerable animals in our rescue centres.

Many more vulnerable animals will need to be rescued and cared for at our centres and for a longer period of time before they can be lovingly rehomed. Generous donations from kind hearted animal lovers are critical at this time.

“Please make a kind donation to help the ISPCA today so we can continue to save animals facing cruelty and abuse.”

  • €15 Rescue Response – could help to rescue animals suffering from neglect or cruelty and in desperate need of help. Your gift ensures we can reach those animals most at risk.
  • €25 Feed a Dog or Cat for a Month – once rescued and in our care you could help to provide a balanced diet to aid recovery for a healthy and happy new start in life.
  • €50 Veterinary Care – could help towards life-saving emergency veterinary treatment for an injured animal in our care
  • Your own gift amount – could help towards an average stay of 54 days of care, that an abused animal often needs to stay , to survive and recover after unspeakable abuse.

For more information about the ISPCA’s work, to make a donation or to report animal cruelty in confidence by visiting our website www.ispca.ie

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