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BUILDING THE REGIONAL SPCA ST. JOHN'S

Modern animal shelters have evolved to become facilities that do more than house animals in need. By emphasizing the value of public engagement and providing community spaces (inside and out) for education, training, and community events, these facilities are self-sustaining, integrated fixtures of the community. That's why we have developed the appropriate plans and equipment to provide the operational efficiencies needed to free staff and volunteers to focus on what matters most: direct animal care, socialization, and public education—including accommodating more volunteers and visitors beyond the 400 they currently see each month.

With a greater emphasis on socialization and adoption, the SPCA St. John's will be sustainable to meet the growing adoption demand.

MESSAGE FROM THE HONORARY PATRON
RENEE MARQUIS-ANTLE 

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Renee Marquis-Antle affectionately holds two Husky puppies that recently arrived at the SPCA St. John's from Labrador

As the saying goes, “How we treat our animals says a lot about the society we live in.” Knowing this place, it is no surprise that the Regional SPCA St. John’s is a star performer among SPCA’s in Canada (and likely beyond). The 1,200+ animals that pass through their doors in any given year are the lucky ones! Lucky...

MESSAGE FROM THE CAMPAIGN CHAIR
JIM HYNES

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Jim Hynes, Campaign Chair, The Way Home

Dear Friends,

I am truly honoured to be chairing The Way Home Capital Campaign, an initiative that will build a new regional SPCA. The St. John’s metro area is growing and while much has been accomplished in public awareness, the need to take in, care for, and find forever homes for animals is expected to rise as...

 

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