ABOUT Friends of CARE, McGregor
We fund raise for the purpose of caring for injured, neglected & needy animals and educational outreaches in McGregor & surrounding areas.
Creating an awareness of pet population control through our regular sterilization programs run from our own
Sterilisation Clinic at OuPlaas, McGregor
by Animal Welfare Assistant, Del Jones
and a group of volunteers.
c/o PO BOX 102, McGREGOR, 6708
Friends of CARE NPO: 205-517
Friends of CARE PBO : 930 035 696
Account Number for donations:
please indicate your name and contact detailsfor official receipt to be issued
NEDBANK Robertson Branch.
Branch code - 122110
Savings Account Number - 2011281334
Account name - Friends of CARE
Exciting news is that Friends of CARE has been accepted as a registered animal charity which will benefit from all purchases made at outlets honouring the My School, My Village, My Planet card initiated by Woolworths.
It costs card-holders nothing. So please fill in a form at your nearest Woolworths, and help CARE to care. We get a very small proportion of the "spend", but every little helps and it does mount up.
Three beneficiaries are allowed on each card, so if you already have a card, please consider adding CARE.
Our registered number with My School is 11546.
Please support Friends of CARE via
My School My Planet
082 362 1444
for a FREE card or click on button below, print &
complete entry form and eMAIL to Anne HERE
Friends of CARE are delighted to accept a generous donation of R3,500 from Cecelia Stanford and her swim team to assist with the work we do for the needy animals in McGregor!
Seen in the picture at 51, left to right - Gerard Back (51), SWIM TEAM -Cecelia Stanford & Ilse Schutte, Del Jones (CARE AWA), Anne Binos (CARE COMMITTEE MEMBER) & Philip Loxton (51).
Once again, thank you, to Bridget Rose, for her dedicated love and generosity to the animals in McGregor! The WHITE CITY PROJECT was initiated by a generous donation from Bridget !
Feedback on the first of many days planned for a project in the new housing development in McGregor.
Ilana van der Colff (CARE Volunteer) accompanied Del Jones (CARE AWA) – it was supposed to be a cool day - but not!
Just a quick report back on what was accomplished -
5 full streets were walked and all animals were checked and seen in all 5 streets. Started at Bessiebos and finished at Kamkoe.
104 houses were checked in these streets a total of 81 animals were observed including 28 pigeons and 1 terrapin removed.
5 warnings were issued to owners to rectify certain conditions by next week and 6 instruction letters were issued to owners.
1 animal was euthanased due to the severity and condition of his mange. Some blankets were handed out at certain houses, 2 lots of dip were dispensed and 17 animals were booked for sterilisation.
Ilana was a star - pamphlets and papers were handed out. We now need to print the educational handouts, get the decals and perhaps we should look at a couple of hats in time with the logo little more professional??
It was a good afternoon good result and nice response from most of the residents.
View White City Project activities on video below: