Become a member. Change a life.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) of Papua New Guinea is the only non-profit organization in the country that is dedicated to taking action to improve the welfare of animals in Papua New Guinea. Since its establishment in 1976, the RSPCA has been the voice for all creatures great and small in Papua New Guinea. Your membership can help that voice to be heard.
The RSPCAPNG is comprised of a community of people like you – people who care about the welfare of all creatures great and small. We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to do even more as a member!
Membership joins you with other individuals that as a force for change in the lives of animals who have been abused, neglected or left homeless. The success of the RSPCAPNG, in part, lies with our membership, who provide sustaining support to our programs and activities throughout the year. Together we can make a difference in the welfare of all animals by teaching others to treat them with respect, consideration and compassion.
As a voting member, you will have the ability to bring about even greater changes in the lives of Papua New Guinea’s animals by helping shape RSPCAPNG policy, philosophy, direction and to elect Committee Members that will help ensure a successful and sustainable future for the RPSCAPNG.
Large-scale improvements in animal welfare can only be achieved with a strong and unified voice. We encourage you to be part of the change by showing your commitment to the animals of Papua New Guinea and becoming a member today.
With your annual Friends of the RSPCA membership you will:
- Have a unique opportunity to help shape the policy, philosophy and direction of the society by voting on issues at the annual general meeting.
- Be eligible to stand for the RSPCAPNG committee and have an impact on the society’s activities and goals.
- Receive the RSPCAPNG’s monthly newsletter and annual reports on RSPCAPNG activities.
- Play an important role in fostering PNG communities where all animals are treated with respect, care and compassion.