2020 Charity Durban & Coast SPCA
KZNWIB have selected Durban & Coast SPCA as their charity to support in 2020 following a nomination and voting process open to all members. All profits made during the financial year are donated to the organization. Below is information on the association and their needs as well as ways in which KZNWIB can support them.
About Durban & Coast SPCA
The Durban & Coast Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (South Africa) is a registered non-profit organisation (002-312 NPO) and public benefit organisation (PBO 930001302), an incorporated association not for gain and a member of the National Council of SPCAs.
We've been 'speaking for animals' for over 100 years. From humble beginnings in 1897, we have grown to a large and successful organisation operating from spotless, modern premises in Springfield Park. We receive no state funding and are reliant on the community we serve for operating costs.
The Durban & Coast SPCA's mission is to improve the welfare of, and to prevent cruelty to, all animals in the Greater Durban Area.
We achieve this by:
- Responding to reports of cruelty, rescuing animals in distress and prosecuting those guilty of cruelty;
- Sheltering strays and unwanted dogs and cats until they are claimed by their owners or new owners can be found for them;
- Treating sick and injured rescued animals;
- Providing subsidised veterinary services for pets of underprivileged and unemployed people, and pensioners;
- Educating children and others with regard to the basic rights of animals, responsible pet ownership;
- Offering affordable boarding kennels for dogs;
- Promoting respect and concern for all living creatures.
Far more than just an animal shelter and adoption facility, the SPCA plays a humanising role in society, educating people – especially children – about the rights of all living creatures, and working for better legal protection for animals (particularly farm animals) and more severe penalties for perpetrators of cruelty.
To donate, please contact: Tanya email@example.com or call 031 579 6500