Event: Cape Town Cycle Tour 2019
Date: Sunday, 10 March 2019
Fundraising target: 4000
I will be cycling the Cape Town Cycle Tour race (109 km) on the 10 March 2019 “For the Love of Animals”
This year by us being part of Team SPCA we help the Cape of Good Hope SPCA to continue – preventing cruelty to all animals, rescuing animals from crisis and distress, giving shelter to sick, injured, abandoned and unwanted animals, and providing subsidised veterinary care to animals from less fortunate communities and educating young learners about the humane treatment of animals.
I invite you to please join me in my challenge by donating to this worthy cause because only together , we can Be The Change and provide a life line for animals - a life line that in many cases, is their last hope of a second chance at life.
Many thanks from me and the animals!
|Stephen Goble||Good Luck Matt, remember your stabilisers!!||08-Feb-2019||350.00|
|annabel sedgdwick||good luck Matt||12-Feb-2019||1,000.00|
|Pets Elite||Good luck!||21-Feb-2019||500.00|
|Zoe Durbach||Good luck! We will come and cheer you on route! The Durbach's xxx||26-Feb-2019||500.00|
|Angela Sheen||Congratulations Matt and Well Done!||17-Mar-2019||500.00|
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Cape of Good Hope SPCA
Established in 1872, the Cape of Good Hope SPCA is the founding society of the SPCA movement in South Africa and the oldest animal welfare institution in the country. It is a member of World Animal Protection and is an Executive Member of the National Council of SPCAs South Africa. Over the past 145 years we have diligently carried out our mission to prevent cruelty to animals through education, law enforcement, veterinary care services (operating an Animal Hospital, Inspectorate and four Mobile Clinics serving impoverished communities), and running a Kennel, Cattery, Horse Care Unit, Wildlife Centre, Farmyard and Adoption Centre which every year places hundreds of animals in loving and caring homes. Our area of operation is vast and covers approximately 11,000km² excluding the coastline. Read More...
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