Do you care about the welfare of animals? Why not consider becoming a trustee of the RSPCA Manchester & Salford Branch?

The Branch is one of around 165 RSPCA branches throughout England and Wales. Each branch is a separately registered charity run by a committee of elected volunteers. The committee members (or trustees) are responsible for the management and financial control of branch affairs and are advised and supported by the national RSPCA.

Becoming a branch trustee is a great way to meet like-minded people, gain new skills or develop existing ones, while making a real difference to the lives of animals. Ideally we are looking for trustees with skills and experience in the areas of business management, finance or fundraising but, more importantly, trustees need to be committed to the RSPCA, have common sense and be willing to get involved.

If you are over 18 and would like to find out more about becoming a trustee of the Manchester & Salford Branch, please email Susie Hughes on telephone number on 0161 882 0680 and select option 4.

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