Can Your School Help the ISPCA?
‘My dog ate my homework’! How many teachers have heard this old chestnut? But, a good excuse for not handing in your homework is something we hope your school will make a reality for the ISPCA…
‘My Dog Ate It’ is a new and fun way of raising awareness about animal welfare and the ISPCA’s work while raising critical funds for Irelands national animal charity.
‘My Dog Ate It’ is a homework pass for one piece of homework (not coursework though). Each pass costs €2.00 with the funds going directly to rehabilitate animals in the ISPCA’s care.
Sounds like a fun idea right? Then make sure your school is involved, talk to your CSPE Teacher or Principal and ask that they apply below for our ‘My Dog Ate It’ Fun-pack, which contains everything you need for the event.
Where: Your School
When: Spring/Summer term
Who: Primary: Why not have a non-homework night for the whole school.
Secondary: Ideal for LCVP, CSPE or TY class to organise.
Why: Help rehabilitate abused and neglected animals in the ISPCA’s care
How: Apply on line or contact us to receive a fun pack with everything you need to make the event successful.
P.S The ISPCA work closely with schools and can provide information, arrange class visits to our National Animal Centre and, where possible, for our Inspectors to visit the schools to talk about their work. We would love your school to join the ISPCA team and become part of helping prevent animal cruelty in Ireland.
We need your help. Your school can make a huge difference and help us rescue and rehabilitate animals across Ireland.