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Kulula has done it again by renewing a contract with the NSPCA which sees the airline helping inspectors travel across the nation to do their work.

 

The National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) and kulula.com have joined forces once again to facilitate the transporting of the NSPCA’s Inspectors nationally to attend to the welfare needs of animals in need of the NSPCA’s intervention for a further 12 months.

This partnership began last year during the fires in Knysna and the Eastern Cape. Kulula began supporting the NSPCA disaster teams with flights to the affected areas.

After the fires, the airline decided to offer full coverage of transportation for one year to continue the efforts of the NSPCA. This generosity gave the organisation the option to spend their funding on more important things. Now as the year of free rides came to a close, the airline decided to renew the offer for yet another year of service.

“The last year has been a great journey to partner with the NSPCA and to assist them with flights so that they can continue the great work that they do in terms of looking after the welfare and needs of the many distressed animals within South Africa. As their partner, we would like to encourage all South Africans to take care of their furry friends, whilst increasing awareness around assisting the many other animals in desperate need of care,” says Luane Lavery, Brand Communications Manager for kulula.com.

Meg Wilson of the NSPCA said: “We are sincerely grateful for the renewal of this partnership, the NSPCA was able to save a great deal of money and time with the assistance from kulula.com last year and with the financial restrictions that we are currently facing, we are now able to assist more animals.”

This continued partnership is our idea of a perfect match. At the end of the day, it is the animals in need that will benefit the most!

Here is to another successful 12 months!


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