We are introducing an exciting and rewarding scheme at the RSPCA Martlesham Centre; we need fosterers to help some of the dogs in our care. We are looking for understanding people who can provide a safe home and positive socialising and training. Check out more details in our Pets section of the website.
Twenty one teams enjoyed our fun Quiz on Sat 7th April. A lively and enjoyable evening and the baked potatoes seemed to go down well.
The winning team the “5o%ers” got 125 points out of a total of 138! Which is pretty impressive.
We are delighted to let you know that we raised £883 and would like to say a very BIG thank you to all who supported the event and donated raffle prizes.
We hope to have another quiz in the Autumn so keep an eye on our website and Facebook page.
Can you donate a raffle or tombola prize for one of our fantastic events planned in aid of animals in need in East Suffolk?
Do you have a family member, friend or colleague that may also be able to help? We would love to hear from you.
Our raffle and tombola stalls are always great ways of fundraising. Your kind donations can be taken to our Animal Centre or shops.
Or contact Kate on 01449 614057 or email@example.com.
Your help is so important to us.
We will be having a stall at the All about Dogs event at the Suffolk Show Ground on 1st and 2nd April and the Otley Big Day Out at Otley College on 20th May. If you are heading to either of these events come and say hello and support us if you can! We look forward to seeing everyone there!
Each year the National Society run a door-to-door fundraising campaign. As this fundraising is not organised by your local Branch, if you have any questions or concerns please follow the link for further info.
If you would like to support RSPCA Suffolk East & Ipswich you may like to consider taking out Safe Haven Sponsorship where 100% of the money donated goes towards our vital local animal work in East Suffolk. Full details can be found on this website.
Big, Beautiful, Butler came into our care after he was found as a stray. At first Butler was very timid and would hide, however now he has settled in to our care this attractive boy has come out of his shell a lot more and has become more confident and enjoys a fuss from those who care for him. Butler’s ideal home will be somewhere quiet, where he can slowly get used to being around people and learning to trust. As Butler is FIV+ he will need to be kept as an indoor only cat.