Thank you for your interest in helping the RSPCA and the animals in our care.
You can get involved through a variety of ways, from becoming a member or a volunteer to donating money or taking part in fundraising events - plus so much more!
Volunteers are an integral part of the RSPCA movement and we consider them to be an invaluable part of our team. Find out how you can volunteer your time at the RSPCA.
The fostering of animals is an important and rewarding part of the work that RSPCA NSW volunteers and staff undertake and gives those animals that would not normally be able to be re-homed a wonderful start in life before moving on to suitable, lifelong homes.
Membership of the RSPCA entitles you to receive our quarterly magazine Animals, our informative magazine that outlines current animal welfare issues and upcoming RSPCA events.
The latest employment opportunities with the RSPCA NSW will be posted here. Positions advertised are for working at our RSPCA Shelters and RSPCA Head Office in Chullora.
Find out information about Work Experience or Volunteering as part of your Duke of Edinburgh Award program at one of our RSPCA Shelters.
Adopt A Pet is a national website that enables you to search and view animals waiting for adoption at RSPCA Shelters and Volunteer Branches.
Join the growing number of businesses who are contributing to the care and wellbeing of animals through our RSPCA Paw Box donation program.
There are many ways in which you can assist us to help animals in need, but one of the most simplest ways is to get behind RSPCA animal welfare campaigns and sign our petitions.
Here are some of our Supporters who contribute to the RSPCA all year round through donating a percentage of their sales. Purchase any of these products or services and youíll be helping the RSPCA.
We understand some people prefer to donate to us by buying specific goods rather than giving us cash. To make sure the goods donated are what we need we have come up with a shelter wish list that will be updated monthly and changed as we need things - and to let you know when we have enough.
Thank you for wanting to fundraise for the RSPCA NSW and the animals in our care. The RSPCA is not an agency of the Australian Government and therefore relies on the generosity of the community to continue itís vital daily work
One of the most generous forms of funding the RSPCA receives is through grants, disbursed from institutions or foundations who share an equal concern for animal welfare and who support the vital work the RSPCA undertakes within the community.
Animals Advocates are a dedicated group of animal welfare supporters who recognise the importance of making regular monthly donations to the RSPCA.
Each year over 40,000 animals turn to the RSPCA NSW for help. The cost of rescuing, caring for, treating and rehabilitating these animals is enourmous. As a charity that is not government funded, we rely heavily on the generosity of the community to continue our vital work.
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