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Peninsula Animal Aid

Contact

Name: Bequests and Donations Officer

Email: volunteer@peninsulaanimalaid.com.au

Address

PO Box 163

Margate

Brisbane 4019

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Our Mission / Objective

TO REUNITE STRAY ANIMALS WITH THEIR OWNERS AND TO PLACE UNCLAIMED AND SURRENDERED ANIMALS WITH PERMANENT LOVING AND CARING FAMILIES.

Peninsula Animal Aid

PAA’s Mission

Peninsula Animal Aid serves the local community by providing a volunteer based Animal Welfare Resource Centre which:

  • Provides high quality shelter and foster care services;
  • Facilitates the reunion of lost pets with their owners; and
  • Maximises the numbers of dogs and cats adopted into their forever homes;

Actively supports strategies for the humane management and welfare of the communities pet population including:

  • Protecting animals from cruelty and relieving any suffering;
  • Compulsory de-sexing and micro-chipping of all dogs and cats;
  • Preventing abandonment of dogs and cats;
  • Reducing the numbers of healthy or treatable dogs and cats being euthanised each year;

Advocates for animal welfare policies, legislation and education in the community at all levels of government and in the media.

Projects in Progress

Peninsula Animal Aid is an animal shelter in Clontarf, Redcliffe Qld, established in 1971, that provides a wonderful service to the community. PAA is run entirely by unpaid volunteers who are dedicated to the care and rehoming of stray and surrendered cats and dogs. Each year PAA reunites or rehomes approx. 1000 cats and dogs.

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

54 720 195 065

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to help us

Wills and Bequests

PAA is a not-for-profit organisation and a registered charity which is run entirely by unpaid volunteers.

PAA is dependent on, and thankful for, the generosity of its supporters. Through their donations and bequests we are able to continue this essential service. Our supporters are indeed our lifeline. Without this support we would not be able to continue the high level of care for the animals.

A bequest, that you make through your Will, is a wonderful way to support Peninsula Animal Aid.

A bequest is your final gift, and your final opportunity to  express your compassion for animals.

When making your Will simply advise your Solicitor that you wish your beneficiary to be Peninsula Animal Aid Assn Inc. Please ensure you list the following details as our formal identification.

Peninsula Animal Aid Assn Inc

(ABN No. 54 720 195 065)

313 Duffield Road, Clontarf, Qld.

Our postal address is:

P.O. Box 163, Margate, Qld. 4019

Phone: 07 3284 1927

Bequests allow PAA to continue with the care of stray and surrendered cats and dogs, and provide a much needed service to the Community. Bequests enable us to continue this essential service, and to improve and extend our facilities.

PAA receives no funding from State or Federal governments.

If you decide to leave a bequest to us, please let us know.

General Donations

Peninsula Animal Aid Association Inc is a not for profit organisation and registered charity. As such all donations to Peninsula Animal Aid are tax-deductible and help us continue our vital work.

We rely entirely on the generosity of the community to help the many animals who come into our care every year. You can donate to Peninsula Animal Aid Assn Inc in various ways. Please see our website page for various options:

http://www.peninsulaanimalaid.com.au/donate-to-paa.html

 

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Peninsula Animal Aid is run entirely by unpaid volunteers. We are always happy to receive applications from people who are committed and compassionate and are willing to assist us.

Peninsula Animal Aid (PAA) is heavily reliant on it’s dedicated volunteers.

 To be eligible to volunteer you must be:

  •  Aged 18 or above
  • Physically fit
  • Mentally able to work independently and effectively under what can be busy  and stressful conditions
  • Willing to attend an interview, induction and training
  • Be able to attend shift each week unless prior arrangement is made
  • Have a tetanus vaccination or booster prior to volunteering
If you are wanting to join a team where saving lives and animal welfare are our top priority, please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator on volunteer@peninsulaanimalaid.com.au. Check out our website for further information:

http://www.peninsulaanimalaid.com.au/become-a-volunteer.html

Our Annual Reports

Our Mission / Objective

TO REUNITE STRAY ANIMALS WITH THEIR OWNERS AND TO PLACE UNCLAIMED AND SURRENDERED ANIMALS WITH PERMANENT LOVING AND CARING FAMILIES.

Peninsula Animal Aid

PAA’s Mission

Peninsula Animal Aid serves the local community by providing a volunteer based Animal Welfare Resource Centre which:

  • Provides high quality shelter and foster care services;
  • Facilitates the reunion of lost pets with their owners; and
  • Maximises the numbers of dogs and cats adopted into their forever homes;

Actively supports strategies for the humane management and welfare of the communities pet population including:

  • Protecting animals from cruelty and relieving any suffering;
  • Compulsory de-sexing and micro-chipping of all dogs and cats;
  • Preventing abandonment of dogs and cats;
  • Reducing the numbers of healthy or treatable dogs and cats being euthanised each year;

Advocates for animal welfare policies, legislation and education in the community at all levels of government and in the media.

Projects in Progress

Peninsula Animal Aid is an animal shelter in Clontarf, Redcliffe Qld, established in 1971, that provides a wonderful service to the community. PAA is run entirely by unpaid volunteers who are dedicated to the care and rehoming of stray and surrendered cats and dogs. Each year PAA reunites or rehomes approx. 1000 cats and dogs.

Our People

Registration Information

ABN

54 720 195 065

Tax Deductible

Yes

How to Help us

Wills and Bequests

PAA is a not-for-profit organisation and a registered charity which is run entirely by unpaid volunteers.

PAA is dependent on, and thankful for, the generosity of its supporters. Through their donations and bequests we are able to continue this essential service. Our supporters are indeed our lifeline. Without this support we would not be able to continue the high level of care for the animals.

A bequest, that you make through your Will, is a wonderful way to support Peninsula Animal Aid.

A bequest is your final gift, and your final opportunity to  express your compassion for animals.

When making your Will simply advise your Solicitor that you wish your beneficiary to be Peninsula Animal Aid Assn Inc. Please ensure you list the following details as our formal identification.

Peninsula Animal Aid Assn Inc

(ABN No. 54 720 195 065)

313 Duffield Road, Clontarf, Qld.

Our postal address is:

P.O. Box 163, Margate, Qld. 4019

Phone: 07 3284 1927

Bequests allow PAA to continue with the care of stray and surrendered cats and dogs, and provide a much needed service to the Community. Bequests enable us to continue this essential service, and to improve and extend our facilities.

PAA receives no funding from State or Federal governments.

If you decide to leave a bequest to us, please let us know.

General Donations

Peninsula Animal Aid Association Inc is a not for profit organisation and registered charity. As such all donations to Peninsula Animal Aid are tax-deductible and help us continue our vital work.

We rely entirely on the generosity of the community to help the many animals who come into our care every year. You can donate to Peninsula Animal Aid Assn Inc in various ways. Please see our website page for various options:

http://www.peninsulaanimalaid.com.au/donate-to-paa.html

 

Work with us

Volunteer with us

Peninsula Animal Aid is run entirely by unpaid volunteers. We are always happy to receive applications from people who are committed and compassionate and are willing to assist us.

Peninsula Animal Aid (PAA) is heavily reliant on it’s dedicated volunteers.

 To be eligible to volunteer you must be:

  •  Aged 18 or above
  • Physically fit
  • Mentally able to work independently and effectively under what can be busy  and stressful conditions
  • Willing to attend an interview, induction and training
  • Be able to attend shift each week unless prior arrangement is made
  • Have a tetanus vaccination or booster prior to volunteering
If you are wanting to join a team where saving lives and animal welfare are our top priority, please contact our Volunteer Co-ordinator on volunteer@peninsulaanimalaid.com.au. Check out our website for further information:

http://www.peninsulaanimalaid.com.au/become-a-volunteer.html

Our Annual Reports

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