RSPCA op shops call for quality donations to stay afloat

Port Kennedy store manager Sue Stewart with long-time volunteer Beth Philipps. Picture: Elle Borgward d407177
Port Kennedy store manager Sue Stewart with long-time volunteer Beth Philipps. Picture: Elle Borgward d407177

The store is desperately in need of quality secondhand goods such as clothing, furniture, jewellery, CDs, DVDs, books, toys or other goods. ‘RSPCA’s stores play a vital part in raising badly needed funds in helping keep RSPCA Inspectors on the road in the fight against animal cruelty,’ RSPCA chief executive David van Ooran said.

‘In the last financial year, RSPCA WA took more than 20,000 calls regarding incidents of animal cruelty and neglect and we provided more than 103,000 days of animal care at our Malaga shelter.’

Donations can be dropped off at the store on Sunlight Drive, Port Kennedy.

Call the Palmyra store on 9319 1985 if you have bulky items that need to be picked up.