Welcome to South Bucks RSPCA
The South Bucks branch of the RSPCA cares for around 400 sick, injured and abandoned animals in our local area each year. Finding them new homes and giving them a second chance is the main focus of our work. Many are beloved pets from owners who can no longer care for them, others are rescued from abuse and neglect. Run by volunteers and almost entirely self funded, we rely on the generosity of individuals, groups and companies to help us care for the local animals in need.
Emergency Help & Animal Cruelty
In the case of an emergency or to report animal cruelty, please call the RSPCA Helpline 0300 1234 999
Contact 0845 370 7525 or email: welfare@email@example.com.
Education Workshop for Schools, Clubs and Organisations from RSPCA Ambassador Speakers
Preventing animal cruelty is at the heart of everything we do and to educate the needs of animals is an essential part of this mission.
Ambassador Speakers can present a 30/45 minute Workshop Key Stage 2 to school assembly or classes, also clubs or organisation to help encourage a new look at pets, farm animals and wildlife. The presentation includes video, handouts, interactive games and the importance of animal welfare, and how we can all play a part.
South Bucks RSPCA is your local branch and we have 2 Ambassador Speakers who can visit schools and clubs in our area or beyond.
If you are interested in organising a Workshop or would like to know more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Pat Bryant on 01494 865287
Support South Bucks RSPCA
Volunteer Coordinator Vacancies
We are looking for people to join our team as a Volunteer Welfare Coordinator and a Volunteer Dog & Neutering Scheme Coordinator
If you are interested in this position, please see the full information on our vacancies page volunteer vacancies.
Otherwise, why not consider one of our other vacancies!
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