Submitted by Steve on 17:55, 9th Mar, 2021 | 0

Lockdown 2 has seen so many caring islanders supporting so many good causes and helping one another.

One of these wonderful individuals is Liz Quentin.  Liz has made and sold an incredible 197 face masks in aid of the GSPCA to help raise funds towards our 24/7 work and care of the many animals at the GSPCA.

You might have seen Liz’s recent facebook thanks where she said “That’s 197 masks made and sold in the last 3 weeks, £659.80 raised less the costs of £77.00 so £582.80 donated to the GSPCA, Guernsey SPCA .”

“Thank you all for your purchases and donations.”

Steve Byrne GSPCA Manager said “The last 12 months has been incredibly difficult raising funds for so many charities, but we have seen some incredible supporters doing amazing things.”

“One of those is Liz Quentin who has made and sold nearly 200 facemasks and raised a phenomenal £582.80 for the work of the GSPCA and animals in our care.”

“From all at the GSPCA to Liz and all that bought a face mask thank you so much we truly appreciate your support.”

“There are so many ways to support our work and please do get in touch if we can support your idea to help raise funds and promote what you are doing to help us make a difference to so many animals lives and supporting our community.”

“With few fund raisers and next to no boarding due to lockdown the GSPCA income has been hit hard and we need your support now more than ever.”

“There are many ways you can help support our vital 24/7 work and donate or raise funds for the hundreds of animals in our care.”

“With over 140 hedgehogs, 3 seal pups, dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, fish, reptiles and many birds we help over 3000 animals through the doors every year.”

“With so many animals in our care we would love you to join our sponsor scheme to help us each month.”

“Just a couple of pounds each month can make a massive difference in helping the animals in our care and to find out more please go to .”

“To make a donation you can go to .”

“We couldn’t do so much without your support and here a few ideas of how you can help us help animals in Guernsey.”


Donate by calling  01481 257261, by post to GSPCA, Rue des Truchots, St Andrews, Guernsey GY6 8UD or online

Sponsored Event

Why not create your own sponsored event or challenge -

For lots more ideas why not visit our fundraising page

Wish List

Check out our wish list page from the smallest of items to our biggest of projects there are many ways to support us -

To visit our Amazon Wish list to see some of the items we need to help the wildlife please visit -

Become a sponsor and GSPCA member

Why become an Angel Pen Pal Sponsor and support our work each month please visit -

To become a Corporate Angel Pen Pal form for your business to sponsor animals in our care each year please click here  

Share our posts and follow us on social media

Many of you will have seen us on social media and your support liking and sharing our posts is really appreciated, and to visit our social media pages please go to





Subscribe to our Supporters Newsletter

To subscribe to our supporters newsletter and find out about upcoming events and news please go to

In line with States of Guernsey advice please DO NOT visit the GSPCA if have been outside of the Bailiwick of Guernsey in line with their advice or have any symptoms of Coronavirus and we continue visits to the Shelter for only essential reasons and to please call us on 01481 257261 or email [email protected] before your trip to see if we can help without you coming to the Shelter. For the latest information and advice please visit

With huge challenges on our resources and a drop in income from boarding and donations please help us help animals in Guernsey with our #GSPCACoronavirusCrisisAppeal by donating online via -



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