Sofy Robertson | May 22, 2019 | 0
Miss Devon Becomes The Youngest RSPCA Trustee In The UK
The Devon shelter has been seeking trustees and volunteers with social media and marketing experience and knowledge of current trends. Clara, who runs her own social media and digital marketing business, has exactly the skills and experience the RSPCA were looking for, and also happens to have a great love for animals and animal welfare.
Her role as a trustee means that she will join with other trustees to make important decisions on the governance of the Little Valley Shelter and offer her advice on social media and marketing.
Suzanne Pugh, Little Valley’s General Manager commented:
“Clara has been outspoken about encouraging younger people to embrace their modern skills and take on important roles. This allied with her experience of modern social media trends made an ideal candidate as a trustee for our shelter.”
“I have always loved animals from a young age, and have a strong passion for animal welfare. I’m thrilled to be working with the Little Valley Shelter to raise the standards of animal care and raise greater awareness of the essential role the RSPCA and the Shelter play in the Devon community.”
About the Little Valley Shelter
Little Valley Animal Shelter is owned and run by the RSPCA’s South, East & West Devon Branch – a separately registered Branch of the RSPCA responsible for raising all funds locally.
The Shelter, founded in 1991, supports the work of local RSPCA inspectors by caring for and rehoming 1000s of the neediest animals from the local area every year.
All animals stay at the Shelter until they are adopted into caring homes. Home visitors call upon every prospective owner and follow-up visits are also made to ensure all is well.
The Shelter accepts a wide variety of animals including dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, rodents, ferrets, aviary birds, poultry and farm animals.
To find out more, visit Little Valley’s website.
About Clara George
Clara is a Geography graduate from the University of Exeter who set up her own social media and digital marketing company after graduating. Clara has also supported other charities such as UNICEF, Brainstrust and the British Heart Foundation.
She also runs her own fashion, lifestyle and food blog with 300,000 followers across social media and 80,000 subscribers to her blog.
Read Grow’s interview with Clara here.
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