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Your gift can help unlock $500,000 for abused and homeless animals

June 14, 2016

July 15 UPDATE:

You did it! You, along with thousands of other kind & compassionate people unlocked this tremendous gift to the animals. Stay up to date on how the money goes to work by subscribing to our newsletter.

On behalf of all the animals – THANK YOU!

Help unlock $500K for the BC SPCA!

Beginning June 14, every one-time donation made to the BC SPCA anywhere in the province will go towards “unlocking” a $500,000 gift from an anonymous animal lover in Victoria. Notes the donor: “It is an honour and pleasure to be able to help the good work of the BC SPCA. If this campaign inspires other people to support the SPCA, I am thrilled.”

In upcoming weeks, every gift made to the BC SPCA will be tracked and added to a campaign thermometer. Once the total reaches $500,000, the gift from the anonymous donor will be “unlocked” and will be used to save animal lives.

“This is an incredible chance to raise $1 million for abused, homeless, injured and neglected animals.  We are thrilled to have this level of philanthropic investment in the animals we care for and protect,” says Rosemary Conder, chief development officer for the BC SPCA. “We are hoping to reach our goal within four to five weeks and we urge anyone who is considering making a donation to help B.C.’s most vulnerable animals to take this opportunity to double the value of their gift.”

Every year the BC SPCA helps tens of thousands of community animals who are victims of violence, abuse and neglect. To donate, simply scroll down to the form below to help unlock $500K!


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The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a not-for-profit organization reliant on public donations. Our mission is to protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in B.C.