We often hear about people who suffer adversity and turn it into good works. That’s why we want to share the story of Poppy Frances who was named the RSPCA Victoria Ambassador earlier this year.
Without going into too much detail, which is very distressing, at only 11 years of age, Poppy witnessed an unspeakable act of cruelty to her two puppies escaped and ran into a neighbour’s property.
So at a young age Poppy began work as a fundraiser for the RSPCA, starting with supporting cupcake day and today she is working on a Toy Drive to collect toys and pet supplies for dogs and cats waiting to be adopted and find their forever home.
Whilst the toy drive is predominantly in Melbourne, everyone has the option of sending donations by mail as well.
The details are on the flyer attached. Please help Poppy with her good work, and help a pet in need at the same time.
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