Make a Donation and Make a Difference

The SPCA is a non profit organisation that receives no financial funding from the State. We rely totally on funding from a caring public to protect, shelter, feed, and administer veterinary care, to stray, abandoned, neglected animals, in our care. Assisting your local SPCA would be much appreciated.

We need your help. All donations can be done right now, and will be gratefully appreciated.

DONATIONS TAX EXEMPTION (Section 18(a)) : If you are resident in South Africa and would like a tax deductible receipt issued for your kind donation, (please email us for this certificate on) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We will gladly issue you with a Tax Certificate for your donation, should you require one for tax purposes, as we have section 18A status which means that all donations to SPCA are tax deductable. SARS PBO Ref No: 18/11/13/822.

We would like you to know that not only will your donation directly benefit the animals in our area but – through a sharing agreement between all SPCAs nationwide – a portion will be used in other, less fortunate areas to benefit animals over a wider area.  We feel sure you will approve of this outreach initiative and wish to thank you most sincerely for supporting our SPCA and the movement generally.

Internet EFT Donations

  • Bank: FNB
  • Branch: Empangeni
  • Code: 220130
  • Acc Name: ZSPCA
  • Acc No: 622 450 60306
  • Swift code: SBZAZAJJ
  • Ref: Please use your Name & Cell



Online Zapper Donations

Empangeni SPCA Online Donations


Toby's Story


He was a very insignificant dog,
being dragged along and tormented.
A piece of strapping tied tightly around his scrawny neck; his little body covered in ticks and sores; his tail curled up between his legs; urinating in fear, horror in his eyes.
What was this "thing" pulling him along, making him scream in anguish?
Oh, of course, it had to be a "human being".
An animal would never do something like this to its own kind.

A vehicle came alongside them,
and screeched to a stop...
Oh no!... Not another human!
But this one was different.
This one seemed to care.
He took the dog in his arms,
away from his tormentor.
He even paid the tormentor a sum of money
in return for the little dog's freedom.
Then he took him to the SPCA.

If Toby could speak, he would ask you to acknowledge that every animal be afforded the right to be treated with love, kindness, dignity and respect.
Toby still lives at the SPCA where he greets the staff and meets the visitors