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SPCA MUTARE

Org #37303
Vetted since 2017 Staff Favorite Site Visit Verified
1968
year founded
$35,282
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

MUTARE SPCA, AN ESSENTIAL SERVICE PROVIDED REGISTERED CHARITY IN ZIMBABWE. PVO98/68 Zimbabwe. Jan2017 The Mutare SPCA is an animal protection charity, desperate to uphold the laws of our society in terms of animal cruelty and welfare. Based on the UK RSPCA model, but modified for local Central African conditions, we were established at the current headquarters in the mid 1900's, when fundraising was easier, and Zimbabwe had a well functioning economy and higher employment statistics. The SPCA in Mutare apparently began volunteer work in the '30's but we do not have any written details about this. We do know for sure that the charity was established in its current premises in N... read more

Project Leaders
Jane CLEGG
Jane CLEGG
Team
Noel Usore
Organization Information
5 St Helens Road
NYAKAMETE
Mutare, 0001
Zimbabwe
00263784213618
Organization Information
5 St Helens Road
NYAKAMETE
Mutare, 0001
Zimbabwe
00263784213618

Project Reports

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