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The branch are extremely grateful for all the support and kindness shown by members of the public and businesses in Newark. Donations have been coming in using the text number below and there is now a GoFundMe page available to accept online donations.
Branch secretary Tracy Evans commented :
“This is our busiest time in terms of working in animal welfare and trading from the shop. The building has been condemned so we can’t even get back into the office. I expect we’ll be closed until the New Year and it’s going to cost us thousands of pounds in lost trade.
Sadly, it’s the animals who will be affected in the long run, and that’s heartbreaking.
We’d like to thank all of the local people who have offered to help us.
If anyone would like to donate to help get us back on our feet in the New Year we would be forever grateful. ”
Donations can be made online using https://www.gofundme.com/f/rspca-newark
Text ‘NEWARK’ to 70085 to donate £5.
This costs £5 plus a std rate message.
If you would like to contact the branch directly please email email@example.com
(Photographs courtesy of the Newark Advertiser. )
A car has crashed into the RSPCA charity shop in Newark. It’s a devastating blow to the charity at this time of the year and to animal welfare in Newark.
They are a separately registered charity to the national RSPCA and rely on the charity shop to raise funds to allow them to continue their work assisting the local community around Newark.
Total Reclaims Demolition , who are currently working at the Centre, stepped up and came to the aid of the branch to make the building structurally safe.
However, the RSPCA volunteers and workers will not be allowed back in to the shop any time soon. Sadly income and donations will be affected as the shop will take some time to get back on its feet. This is such a blow at this time of year when the need for animal welfare assistance is often at its highest.
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