The Alberta SPCA is excited to be taking part in Giving Tuesday Now, a global day of giving, on Tuesday May 5, 2020 in support of charities during the COVID crisis. We need your help for animals to stay healthy during these difficult times.
The Alberta SPCA has recently launched our Help for Animals program to supply owners with pet food or other feed while they deal with illness, self isolation and economic hardship.
Our goal during this campaign is to raise $10,000.
We are incredibly grateful the cat and dog food has been donated for the program, yet we have many other costs associated with program delivery.
Please give today!
We hope to raise $10,000 and help even more animals!
Trip to Northern Alberta to Deliver Food
Trip to Lethbridge to Deliver Food
$180 = three tanks for gas
$60 = one tank of gas
Your donation allows us to buy the following supplies
Large bale of hay
Bag of ferret food
Bag of chicken feed
Cost of Delivery
One tank of gas – trip to Lethbridge
Two tanks of gas – trip to Grande Prairie
Three tanks of gas – trip to northern communities
Pet Food Donation
Watch our video as a supply of pet food arrives at our Edmonton head office, and the work of our neighbours to help unload it.
The Alberta SPCA has received assistance from a number of organizations for our Help For Animals program. Without their generosity, we could not have done this.
We would like to thank Nestle Purina PetCare for a substantial donation of pet food, as well as donating transportation.
Additional food has been donated by Champion PetFoods, and the Pet Food Bank of Parkland County/Half Way Home Rescue.
We could not have unloaded the pallets of food without the help of our neighbours who sent over forklifts, pallet jacks and staff to operate the equipment. Thank you to TireCraft (178 St), Ames Tile and Stone, the Blue Water Group, and Arctic Glacier Premium Ice.
Thank you to ProMAX Transport for donating one of the shipments of pet food.
Thank you to Rocky Containers for supplying us with a seacan for the storage of our central Alberta food supply.