Department of Agriculture
Department of Agriculture
The Annual Church Gate Collection
Published 16th July 2019
The annual Drumcondra Church Gate Collection took place outside Corpus Christi on Sunday, July 14th.
The sun shone, the GAA followers were up for the matches in Croke Park and all was well with the world!
Pictured from left to right below are:
Alice Heary, Roisin Dixon (with Chopper in arms), Eithne O’Brien, and Beverley Maughan . They were joined by two cheerful Dog Lovers (who just happened to be passing), complete with their lovely dogs!
Not included in the picture were Mary Kelly, Deirdre Colgan and Anne O’Byrne who carried out the Collection on Saturday evening
Well done to all concerned!
Drumcondra Children Raise Funds for Animal Clinic
Published 14th September 2018
On the Saturday before the Football final in From a Park, a group of local children in Drumcondra decided to spend the day baking cookies, cupcakes and other delicious treats.
On Sunday morning, as the crowds were gathering for the match, they set up their Stall on Iona Road and worked tirelessly throughout the day selling their goodies to the hungry match-goers.
They raised a total of 200 Euro!
On Monday last, they came to our Voluntary Veterinary Clinic at 124a Upper Drumcondra Road, Dublin, opposite the Skylon Hotel and they handed their hard-earned money to the delighted staff. The children had learned of our Clinic when their Labrador/ Retriever “Buddy” was neutered there.
Pictured – left to right – are sisters Mia and Ella Hall (aged 6 and 11 years) and their good friend – Mandeep Maguire (aged 11 years). The girl’s brother Mikey Hall (aged 10 years) was also involved in the marathon baking but was unable to come to the Clinic on Monday. Accepting the Donation is our Veterinary Surgeon Teresa Mendez (Photographer: Roisin Dixon – Veterinary Nurse).
The Society relies on donations from the public through the following Annual Fundraising Activities
- Ladies Mini Marathon
- Drumcondra Church Gate Collection
- Howth Collections
- Superquinn Collection – Sutton
- Christmas Postal Appeal
- Regular Subscribers
The Society acknowledges receipt of an annual Ex Gratia Payment of 25,000 Euro from the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine towards our work in 2016, 2017 and 2018. This payment is greatly appreciated and is put to good use in our efforts to Help the Animals.
Pedigree Chum have made sizeable donations of dog and cat food to the organisation, from time to time, to help feed the animals in our care.
You can Help the Society By:
- Fostering an animal awaiting homing
- Giving a permanent home to an abandoned dog or cat or a kitten
- Giving a Regular Donation
- Agreeing to set up a Standing Order of as little as 10 Euro per month
- Helping at any of our Annual Fundraising Events
Contact us for more information on how to get involved or donate.
The Society relies on funding from the public through personal donations. Please consider Donating to North County Dublin SPCA today by clicking on the link above and donating through PayPal. Thank you for your support.
Remember us in your Will. By leaving a sum of money to the society in your Will, you can ensure that your gift will go on helping animals after your death.