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The SPCA Team Initiated a Cake Sale Event and Donated a Sizeable Sum in Aid of Animals

Pupils from the Tel Hai School in South Tel Aviv have long been active in the SPCA Club, for the benefit of animals, an activity organized by the Society’s Department of Humanistic Education. On a regular basis the children raise money through collecting bottles designated for recycling, with the refunds they collect being used to purchase dog and cat food for the abandoned animals in the Society.

Last week, members of the SPCA team from 5th Grade 1, who serve as SPCA ambassadors in the Tel Hai School, initiated an admirable activity where they succeeded in raising the most impressive sum of NIS1,360.

They achieved this by holding a Bake Sale where they sold homemade cakes they baked with the help of their parents.

This fund-raising event was held on Tu B’Shvat, dedicated by the school to environmental protection. During recess, the team members set out tables in the school yard, decorated them with placards calling for the pupils to buy a slice of cake at NIS2, with the money raised to be donated to animals. The 26 cakes baked by the children and their parents were gone within a few minutes! Even when they ran out of cakes, the team members encouraged the pupils to go on donating and were met with a generous response. In addition to the significant sum of money raised by the cake sale, the adorable kids also collected hundreds of empty bottles designated for recycling.

We at the Society thank and salute the children, their parents and the school staff for their most welcome initiative and willingness to support the SPCA time after time.

The cakes and cookies prepared by the team members and their parents
The cakes and cookies prepared by the team members and their parents

The SPCA Team is made up of school kids who are members of the SPCA Club. Through the Club, educational institutions collect empty bottles for recycling, with the refund money used to purchase food for the animals sheltered in the SPCA. The schools taking part in the project send a selected group of pupils to the SPCA where they undergo special training. Following the training, the team members serve as SPCA ambassadors in their schools. They give lectures in their classes and organize activities for the benefit of animals with the support of the SPCA Department of Humanistic Education and the school educational staff.

Schools interested in taking part in the project and joining the SPCA Club, are invited to contact the Department of Humanistic Education at telephone *4553.