MeDirect Malta is supporting the MSPCA in its efforts to refurbish sections of its shelter to provide a new agility area which will be used to rehabilitate abandoned animals and support efforts for these animals to be adopted. The sponsorship was announced during Reloved, the MSPCA’s first sustainability event, which took place at the Maria Rosa Winery Estate.
Sara Strijbosch Ali, HR Business Partner and Branding Specialist at MeDirect Malta, said, “One of the things we pride ourselves on at MeDirect is being a responsible corporate citizen. We believe that it is our duty to give back to the community. The MSPCA is a vital organisation that provides essential services to animals in need, and we are proud to support their work. Every year colleagues come together to help sanctuaries or volunteer for activities and this year is no different. The MSPCA’s current refurbishment project will go a long way to providing the animals in its care better facilities. Additionally, by creating areas for animal welfare education and to facilitate adoption, this project will help more broadly to combat the abuse of animals.”
Reloved, an evening of dance, fashion, drama, and food, brought together people interested in the care and protection of animals in Malta. As the first event organised by MSPCA in several years, Reloved kicked off fundraising for its new refurbishment project. This project follows the completion of an extension to the MSPCA kennels which has allowed the organisation to increase its intake by 15 dogs per month.
More information is available at https://www.maltaspca.org/.