Bayswater quiz master giving RSPCA a funding boost


Asten Nunn: Giving a voice to those who cannot speak. Picture: Andrew Ritchie           d462852
Asten Nunn: Giving a voice to those who cannot speak. Picture: Andrew Ritchie         d462852

BAYSWATER resident Asten Nunn said she urged everyone to take part in volunteering to “leave this world a little better than when you found it.”

Ms Nunn has helped raise thousands of dollars for RSPCA WA and other organisations, with her last two quiz nights raking in $45,000 for the organisation that aims to prevent cruelty to animals.

“Animals don’t have a voice so I want to help be that voice by advocating for animals and fundraising to provide valuable funds to help these important causes,” she said.

“I believe that you should leave this world a little better than when you found it.”

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Ms Nunn said everybody had time to volunteer and she fit her fundraising event planning around full-time work, netball, basketball, family and social life.

“You just need to genuinely want to help, and then make time for it,” she said.

She said volunteers can help out weekly, monthly or one-off events – whenever you have the time.

Ms Nunn’s next event is the annual RSPCA WA quiz night, held at South Perth Community Hall February, Saturday 18 at 6.30pm. For more information go to www.rspcawa.|asn.au.