Sue Wright and Carol Riggs from Curves Gym are donating pet food to the RSPCA, Phillip Street, Gladstone.
Sue Wright and Carol Riggs from Curves Gym are donating pet food to the RSPCA, Phillip Street, Gladstone. Brenda Strong

Curves help out RSPCA

THE very generous members of Curves Gladstone have once again dipped into their own pockets to help out the Gladstone community.

The gym's members have been adding a bit extra to their own shopping trolleys each week to help out the RSPCA with pet food, bowls, toys, litter, collars, leads, milk and other items.

Curves owner Sue Wright said many of her members are pet owners themselves and were more than keen to help out.

“Some of our members have actually adopted pets from the RSPCA,” Sue said.

The donations have been coming in since July and donations are still being received.

RSPCA representative and foster carer Carol Riggs said the RSPCA does not receive any funding and the only way they can feed the animals is through donations.

“We have quite a lot of animals at the moment and we can't thank Sue and Curves enough for their help,” she said.

Anyone wanting to contribute can drop off items or cash donations to Curves Gladstone at 191 Phillip Street.



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