SASKATOON, SK – In conjunction with the 90th anniversary of the Saskatchewan SPCA, the Society will unveil a new specialty licence plate that will be available through SGI licence issuers, starting on March 7, 2018. This new plate provides Saskatchewan residents with an opportunity to publicly show their support for animal welfare and the Saskatchewan SPCA.
The new specialty plate will feature the Saskatchewan SPCA logo and the slogan Respect for Animals. Plates are available for cars, trucks, motorcycles, and snowmobiles. The cost of each plate is $50 with proceeds supporting the day-to-day operations of the Saskatchewan SPCA.
Members of the media are invited to join the Saskatchewan SPCA Board and Staff at 10:30 a.m. for a short program where a special announcement to formally launch the new specialty licence plate will take place. Refreshments will also be served as we celebrate our 90th anniversary. This program will take place at the Saskatchewan SPCA office located at 519 45th Street West in Saskatoon’s Airport Industrial area.
Dignitaries scheduled to speak include Sheri Benson, MP for Saskatoon-West, Dr. Betty Althouse, the province’s Chief Veterinary Officer from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture, and Frances Wach, executive director of the Saskatchewan SPCA.
The public is also invited to attend a come-and-go event from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Saskatchewan SPCA office located at 519 45th Street West in Saskatoon. For more information call 306-382-7722 or email email@example.com.
For more information:
Josh Hourie, Community Relations Coordinator Saskatchewan SPCA 306-382-7722 | firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Saskatchewan SPCA:
The Saskatchewan Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Saskatchewan SPCA) is an animal welfare organization based in Saskatoon.
As the provincial voice on animal welfare, we help raise awareness of the human-animal bond and promote the humane treatment of animals.
We are working with stakeholders from across the province to implement an innovative new registration program for animal rescue groups. As well, we are developing resources to help both the animal and the human victims of violence and abuse. We help make a positive difference in the lives of animals throughout the province through initiatives such as the Stryker K-9 Care Fund for retired police dogs and humane education.
We operate with the generous support of our members, donors, and volunteers. Proceeds from fundraisers, donations, and memberships are used to prevent animal cruelty and promote the humane treatment of animals.