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Make a cupcake day to raise funds for RSPCA
Cupcake Day is that sweetest day of the year when we make those delightful sweet cupcake days!
Despite its name being cupcake day, you can choose to bake cookies, slices and other goodies and not just cupcakes. Why not make your very favourite sweet treat. It's totally up to you what you make! Put on your apron, and start earning some brownie points with your friends, schoolmates or families.
The official day to celebrate is Monday 19th August 2019 from 9 am to 5 pm, however it doesn't really matter which day you make your cakes and share them. Your cupcake day can be on any day before then. You can also check out this website where there are recipes for people and dogs! Satisfy your sweet tooth by browsing through these delicious recipes by celebrity chefs and the RSPCA team.
To help you run the best Cupcake Day ever, the RSPCA will help send you an exclusive host kit when you register! It will have all the essentials (well not the cakes!) and these will include a host guide, a pop-up donation box, decorative bunting and promotional posters! Make sure you register at this website. Host a Cupcake Day – here is your chance to make a difference to animals in need. Register your Cupcake Day event today and help raise some much-needed money for the RSPCA.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty for Animals does such a good job. They rely heavily on the donation that they receive from the public. They have to go out to many hundreds of calls to check up on animals that are being mistreated.
RSPCA is our state's oldest and largest animal welfare charity. Since they were established in Adelaide in 1875, they have remained the main people who look after all creatures great and small across South Australia.
They work tirelessly in order to defend the dignity of animals while fighting all the time trying to prevent animal cruelty. They are animal protectors, carers and guardians. They go about their work by looking after the abandoned, surrendered and injured animals of all sorts. They offer shelter, education, medical attention and of course, love.
They are also the only charity that the State Parliament allows to prosecute animal cruelty and neglect. Their small team of inspectors respond to more than about 4,000 reports of animal cruelty every year. While they do this, they investigate complaints against all kinds of animals in so many different situations.
Most of their important animal welfare work is almost entirely funded by community donations. They rely almost perfectly on the goodwill of their loyal supporters to always be there for animals when they need us most.
So, in order to be able to continue doing all these things and helping all these people, please make sure you host a cupcake day and fundraise for this extremely worthy cause.