Donate - Mayo SPCA
Please help us to help the abandoned, abused and cruelly treated animals of Co. Mayo. Any small donation will be very much appreciated.
How to Donate
Account Name: Mayo Spca Ltd.
Account Number: 70761184
Sort Code : 98-64-30
Cheques should be made payable to MAYO SPCA Ltd
You can also send a donation with a bank draft or postal order or cash.
* OVERSEAS DONATIONS *
Before making a payment it is important to obtain the correct Bank Identifier Code (BIC) and International Bank Account Number (IBAN) from the beneficiary and/or their bank.
Payments will be routed overseas using this information. Incorrect or invalid information may lead to the payment being delayed or rejected by the overseas bank. In such cases, because of charges and differences in exchange rates, you may not receive the full amount back.
Regardless of the amount you send, there is a charge of between £9 & £35 per transaction. MAYO SPCA does not recommend this way of sending us a donation, it is better to use paypal, send a cheque or postal/money order - they don't cost us anything.
Pay Pal. The safer, easier way to pay.
You can now Donate via Pay Pal, just follow the instructions below.
1. Click on https://www.paypal.com/ie
2. Click on tab Send Money
3. In the send to (email)
(Marion is Chair of Mayo Spca)
4. The amount you are donating.
5. Then complete your details.
You will receive an email from Mayo SPCA confirming the transaction.
Donate to Mayo SPCA and help us make the lives of unwanted, badly treated, injured animals better.
How Animal Abuse Effects You
The forces and influences that foster violence towards humans and animals spring from the same roots, and may even be prevented or treated in the same ways. Although animal protection workers have long suspected this, only during the last two decades have scientists, psychologists, and criminologists begun documenting this relationship.
Their research indicates:
- Young people who are cruel to animals are more likely to become aggressive toward humans as they develop.
- Violent, imprisoned offenders have usually abused animals during their childhood.
- Children raised with intense coercion may imitate this behavior with animals and people.
- Children learn cruel behaviors from adults and may reenact them on animals.
- Children abuse animals to release the aggression they feel toward abusive adults or because of psychological trauma.
Mayo Spca wish to extend a huge thank you to Alice's Restaurant, Achill for hosting the quiz night held on Easter Monday, to all those who kindly donated prizes, and supported Fenella and her team by attending. The evening was a huge success, enjoyed by all, and hopefully another quiz night will be held during the June Bank Holiday - watch the front page of the web site please!
Our sincere thanks to Swift Multistore/Newport Cycle Hire and 'Sound Affair' for their kind & most generous donation of a new washing machine!
It is really very much appreciated!
DONATION MARCH 2012
Education Officers Ann and Christine were delighted to receive an invitation to speak to pupils at Sancta Marian School in Louisebergh. It was such an enjoyable and very educational session at the end of which the pupils donation a cheque for 330 euro to Mayo Spca. Our sincere thanks for their kindness, generosity and hard work that must have gone into raising this amount. It will be put to very good use and help many of our rescued animals. Well done to all concerned.
DONATION FEBRUARY 2012
Our sincere thanks to Paul and Sharon Early and to everyone who contributed to the wonderful donation of 400 euro upon the occasion of their Wedding. Our congratulations and best wishes for a very happy life together, and for their very kind and generous gesture. Seen here enjoying the company of Lexi & Lenny.
DONATION FEBRUARY 2012
Our sincere thanks to Propac Pet Foods for their generous and kind donation of cat food. This will help us so much and is really appreciated. See http://www.propac.ie/
Our sincere thanks for a wonderful donation of 15 bags of first class food from 'Best for my Dog'.
So much appreciated during the difficult time we are going through right now. We never fail to be amazed by people's generosity!
We had a wonderful surprise on Saturday 1st October when Rebecca visited kennelling with Mum, Nicola. Rebecca recently celebrated her 8th birthday and saved all her birthday monies to give to Mayo Spca to help care for our rescued animals! What an amazing thought for someone just 8 years old. In all she handed over 150 euro - a truly magnificent sum from a child with a big heart. Our sincere thanks for her kindness and generosity. Rebecca was able to spend time with our pups/dogs, which she thoroughly enjoyed and named out latest little intake 'Sukie'.
Our sincere thanks and appreciation to the staff & pupils of St Joseph's School, Castlebar, for their wonderful donation of 3,400 euro to Mayo Spca. They undertook the brave task of a sponsored climb of Mount Kilimanjaro and raised an amazing amount of money, which they shared between different charities. We were lucky enough to be one of those chosen and were completely bowled over by their kindness and generosity in considering us and the work we are trying to do. A huge thank you to all concerned. This money will go such a long way to helping all those animals in need during the winter months to come. It will be put to very good use and help so many. Our admiration goes to those who helped organise and took part in this venture.