Help care for animals, raise funds and lots more!
The Scottish SPCA was delighted to receive £4,204.33 from Aberdeen based Oil & Gas operator, CNR International (CNRI).
We were given this donation after the CNRI team organised a dinner dance fundraiser, Easter egg hunt and sale of pet hampers. They also sold human and animal friendly recipe books and received charitable donations from their charitable donations committee.
Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre Superintendent Sharon Comrie said, “We are delighted to receive this donation from CNRI.
"This type of fundraising takes a lot of organising and effort and we fully appreciate all the time everyone put in to make their fundraising efforts such a success!
"We don’t receive any government or lottery funding which means we rely on the public to be able to continue our work rescuing and rehoming animals in desperate need of our help.
"This money will go towards microchipping and neutering the animals, toys and treats and much more to continue the everyday running of our centre.
"Without these donations we would not be able to continue our vital work rescuing and rehoming abused, abandoned and injured animals in Scotland.”
Rebecca Allan from CNRI said, “The Charitable Donations Committee (CDC) comprises a group of volunteers from a variety of departments within CNRI It forms a part of our Community Investment Program in the UK and West Africa, which attempts to make a positive contribution to the quality of life for individuals in those communities.
"Each year the CNRI CDC selects two charities to support. Support is provided both financially, by facilitating fundraising and promotional events, volunteering etc., with the end goal being able to help these charities continue with the wonderful work that they do in the community.
"This year the CNRI CDC asked friends, family and colleagues to submit recipes in order to compile a cookbook that could be sold to raise funds for our two 2017 chosen charities (one being the Scottish SPCA).
"Recipes were submitted from all over the company, as well as from the charities.
"This project was completed in October, these books are now printed and are available for purchase.”
To buy an animal and human friendly recipe book please contact our centre in Aberdeen.