All SA shelters closed this Sunday for Million Paws Walk!

This Sunday, May 19, our Lonsdale, Whyalla and Port Lincoln shelters will be CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC as our staff attend our huge Million Paws Walk event. All three shelters will reopen as usual for adoptions and surrenders on Monday, May 20. We hope to see you at Million Paws Walk!

 

Our 2017/18 annual report summary

At RSPCA South Australia, we do all we can to provide the best possible outcomes for the animals in our care.

With the support of the community, we aim to set the benchmark for animal welfare organisations across Australia. As part of our ongoing commitment to saving more lives, we continue to proactively seek innovative ways to care for every animal who needs help.

8,897

Neglected and unwanted animals cared for

4,587

Animals found their forever homes

1,450

Families were reunited with their animals

4,077

Cruelty reports were received

3,321

Cats, dogs and rabbits were desexed

370

Foster carers opened their hearts

Access detailed statistics on our animal welfare outcomes and financials

Our team is committed to transparency, so we publish detailed statistics each financial year to ensure donors and supporters understand the work we undertake.

Annual reports

Click on the links below to download a copy of our most recent annual reports.

Annual General Meeting minutes

Click on the link below to download a copy of minutes from our 2017 AGM.

Audited Financials

Click on the links below to download a copy of RSPCA South Australia’s audited financials for the 2016/17 financial year.

 

Audit report

Click on the links below to download a copy of RSPCA South Australia’s 2016/17 audit report and independence declaration.

 

Our Constitution

A copy of RSPCA South Australia’s Constitution can be downloaded here: