Annual Information Statement 2016
Royal Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals (Queensland) Limited
Section A: Charity Information
Basic Religious Charity:
Section B: Activities
Did the charity operate in the 2016 reporting period?
- Advocacy and civic activities
- Animal Welfare
Description of charity's activities and outcomes:
RSPCA Qld re-homes and reunites more animals than any other welfare organisation in the southern hemisphere. To achieve this goal we are working on many fronts: rehabilitating more animals with veterinary and behavioural issues, lessening the time they spend in our shelters, developing strategies to connect pets and owners more easily, improving behaviour and developing new ways to promote our adoptions During 2015-2016 50,342 animals came into our care. We also increased the number of wildlife patients cared for to 21,723 In the area of influence, we have been increasing community support and growing our supporter base. To reduce animal surrender rates we have expanded targeted de-sexing campaigns and animal training curriculum. Our commitment is to save lives. During 2015-2016 a significant 323,070 animal calls were attended as well as 18,386 animal cruelty complaints being investigated. For the 2015/2016 year our live release rate finished at 87% with 17,887 animals adopted and 5,511 returned to their owners through our lost and found service.
Will the charity change or introduce any activities in the 2017 period?
Where the charity conducted activities during the 2016 reporting period:
Who was helped most by the charity's activities in the reporting period:
- Early childhood - aged under 6
- Children - aged 6 to under 15
- Youth - aged 15 to under 25
- Adults - aged 25 to under 65
- Adults - aged 65 and over
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
- Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or intersex persons
- Migrants, refugees or asylum seekers
- People in rural/regional/remote communities
- Financially disadvantaged people
- People at risk of homelessness/ people experiencing homelessness
- People with chronic illness (including terminal illness)
- People with disabilities
- Unemployed persons
- Victims of disaster
Did the charity provide funded support and/or services to participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in the 2016 reporting period?
Does the charity intend to provide funded support and/or services to participants of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in the next reporting period?
Section C: Human Resources
- Full time employees: 174
- Part time employees: 153
- Casual employees: 59
- Estimated number of volunteers: 5000
Section D: Finance
Type of financial statement:
General purpose financial statements
Financial report consolidated with more than one entity?
Did your charity have any related party transactions?
Does your charity have documented policies or processes about related party transactions?
Charity's 2016 reporting period:
1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016
Financial report submitted to a state/territory regulator?
2016 Financial report:
Note: If you want to see the financial report or annual report that this charity has submitted, go back to Financials & Documents.
Income and Expenses
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