Fund raising for our New Multi-Purpose Animal Welfare Building & thank you to the Christmas Lottery for the wonderful donation

Submitted by Steve on 14:05, 13th May, 2015 | 0

The GSPCA would like to say a huge thank you to the Christmas Lottery and the Association of Guernsey Charities for the grant donation of £5,200 towards our New Build which is well over the half way mark to being complete, although we do not have the funds to fully kit it out at this time. 


GSPCA Land Mark Topping Out Ceremony thanks - Can you help us look to the future for animals in Guernsey?

Submitted by Steve on 17:27, 17th Apr, 2015 | 0

Yesterday we held a land mark event at the GSPCA.

For the first time in our 142 year history we celebrated the Topping Out of the biggest build project in our long history.

Mrs Lynda Walker, wife of our patron Lieutenant Governor Peter Walker, was the guest of honour to the event.

The GSPCA Trustees and team also invited supporters, local press and Build Partners to the Topping Out Ceremony.


BREAKING NEWS - GSPCA Exclusive Build Partner launched as the GSPCA announce New Build Project

Submitted by Steve on 08:27, 30th Nov, 2014 | 0

The GSPCA is proud to announce the start of the first phase of its Rebuild and Redevelopment Plan.

With over 140 years of helping animals in Guernsey and being based at our current location since 1929, the GSPCA provides around the clock care and rescue at the Animal Shelter in St. Andrews.


Emily Adams & Maisie Andrews help raise funds for the GSPCA Redevelopment Appeal

Submitted by Steve on 15:15, 28th Jul, 2014 | 0

At the GSPCA today a young lady popped in to say hello and donate funds that she had raised with a friend for the Redevelopment Appeal.

Emily Adams who is 12 years old with her friend Maisie Andrews from the Grammar School decided to help raise funds for the Redevelopment Appeal after hearing about the work of the Animal Shelter and the need for the new buildings from Sarah Creasey the Welfare and Education Officer.

Emily and Maisie raised the wonderful sum of £27 by collecting in school.