Although the initial impact of the Soufrière volcanic eruption seems to be over, the long term repercussions are still huge and as St Vincent approaches hurricane season help is needed as much as ever.
The Vincentian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (VSPCA) is a local charity working tirelessly to help farmers feed their live stock, assist displaced families to care for their pets and to provide desperately needed food and medical care to unowned and abandoned animals.
Long term the VSPCA are working with the government to prioritise high quality, high volume spay/neuter and vaccination programmes, animal registration and disaster planning to include animals as the hurricane season approaches and there could be more catastrophic devastation with so much vegetation loss and displacement of people and abandoned animals.
Any support you can give is hugely appreciated and goes directly to help the animals of SVG.
Direct payments to SVG:
Bank of St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Account name: Vincentian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Account number: 201004
Bank routing number: NCBVVC22
Intermediary bank (Bank of America) routing number: BOFAUS3M
For UK citizens the bank details are:
Sort code: 23-05-80
Account number: 35106618
UK PayPal: VSPCA-UK
Remember to click on ‘Send and Receive Donations’ or use the link below
PayPal UK: VSPCA - UK
VSPCA is a registered charity in the UK so if you are eligible for gift aid please download and complete this short form and submit alongside your donation.
You can also support them by making VSPCA your chosen charity on Amazon:
Shop via smile.amazon.co.uk and make ‘VSPCA in the UK’ your chosen charity, VSPCA will get a donation from Amazon every time you shop.
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