RSPCA NSW operates 11 shelters, 4 veterinary hospitals and the Inspectorate. Through our programs, we assist the elderly and victims of domestic violence by caring for their animals whille they seek help. We also run remote assistance clinics in regional areas and an indigenous dogs scheme.
Our education team visits over 40,000 primary and high school students every year and teaches them about the importance of treating all living things with kindness.
Our fundraising and marketing team is responsible for donations, events, appeals, bequests, publications, media, retail and corporate relations.
RSPCA NSW works with local councils, state and federal governments and other interested groups including community organisations, wildlife authorities, farmers and professional associations, to ensure the rights of animals are upheld.
The RSPCA - The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals - is Australia's pre-eminent animal welfare organisation. We provide a strong voice for animals experiencing cruelty and neglect.
RSPCA NSW has Australia’s biggest squad of law enforcement officers dedicated to policing offences against animals. There are 30 inspectors in NSW – 15 in the Sydney metropolitan area and 15 located in regional areas around the state
The RSPCA NSW has 4 state-of-the-art Veterinary Hospitals that are open to the general public for veterinary services.
RSPCA NSW has 11 shelters that provide comfort, accommodation and the best possible care to surrendered, neglected, unwanted, sick or injured animals.
Volunteer branches are the backbone of the RSPCA's work in regional NSW. Each branch is run exclusively by volunteers and plays a vital role in foster care and finding permanent homes for animals, desexing programs, support, fundraising initiatives in their local community - and much much more!
The RSPCA Care Centres at Rouse Hill and Tuggerah are shelter outreach facilities that include an adoption centre and outpatient veterinary clinic. Their main aims are to rehome more animals in a welfare friendly environment and educate the community about responsible pet ownership.
The RSPCA Auxiliary in Sydney is the external fundraising arm of the RSPCA. The group comprises of volunteers (currently over 150 members) who raise funds to promote the protection, comfort and welfare of animals and for much needed equipment and facilities at the RSPCA Sydney Shelter.
RSPCA NSW produces a number of publications targeting animal lovers, kids, corporate partners and donors.
Our Sydney Shelter and Online RSPCA retail stores stock a range of RSPCA merchandise, including both human and pet clothing