Special Day Time Workshop for New Volunteers & those who work weekends
The Toronto Feral Recovery Centre is in desperate need of new volunteers to help operate the Centre a few days a week. Since volunteers must first be trained, we are hosting a special day time workshop to allow those who work on weekends to attend and become volunteers.
This special workshop will be held Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013 at 1:00pm at the Feral Recovery Centre (Progress Ave. near McCowan Station) in Scarborough.
If you know anyone that needs to take the workshop or would like to volunteer and cannot make our usual Saturday workshops, please share this with them.
Cost: $15.00 for colony caretakers. Coalition volunteers are free of charge.
To register, please go to our registration page here.
Movie Night Fundraiser!
To help raise funds to cover the costs of of running the Recovery Centre, TFCP will be running a monthly fundraiser Movie Night.
Thursday, Sept. 19th will also be our first Movie Night and Social Get Together. Doors open at 7:00 pm with movie starting around 7:30 pm. For the first night we have had some requests for Cat City as many have not seen it and perhaps we can talk a little about how far we have all come in such a short time since it was made.
Please RSVP on our Facebook Event page, so we can know roughly how many people to expect.
If you don’t have Facebook, you can RSVP by emailing Roxanne at email@example.com. Anyone willing to help with running this event is more than welcome!
All profit after expenses will be donated to the Recovery Centre.
We are hoping to run this movie night monthly on the 3rd Thursday of each month in between clinic nights. We’ll try to show mostly uplifting films, to keep all our spirits buoyed.
Request for Donated Supplies for the Recovery Centre
We are in constant need of they following items:
– Cat food (wet & dry)
– Cat treats & cat nip
– Cat toys
– Litter clumping and non clumping
– Small litter pans
– litter scoops
– Garbage bags (all sizes and strengths but especially heavy duty or
– Liquid laundry soap
– Liquid fabric softener
– Dish soap
– Scourering sponge pads,
– SOS pads
– Toilet paper
– Paper towels
– Puppy pads
– Small plastic or metal food dishes
– Disposable cutlery
– Disposable styrofoam plates/small bowls
– Soft fleece
– Small animal beds
– Small 1-2″ carabiners and metal shower curtain hooks to lock the cages
– Plastic clothes pegs
– Small zip ties
– Black markers/pens
– Plastic shower curtains
– Rolls of vapour barrier, medium thickness (painters plastic is too thing to cover tables)
– Writing pads
– Note paper
– Litter Locker II refills
– Newspapers are welcome but please none with staples or a glossy finish and
no flyers just the large sections as we don’t have time to mess around
with the little sizes.
Big ticket items:
– Dryer (regular or large load – we desperately need this!)
– Skilled trades to help do repairs around the Centre
No donation too big or too small!
To make arrangements to drop off donated items or if you have questions about volunteering at the Recovery Centre, please email Roxanne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Feral Recovery Centre is located on Progress Ave. in Scarborough near TAS – Scarborough and a short walk from McCowan Station. We do not post the exact address publicly for safety purposes. It is an initiative of the Toronto Feral TNR Coalition, of which TFCP is a member.
We will also gladly accept any Canadian Tire money you might like to collect as we can use it for so many things. Let us know you are donating so we can arrange to meet you and they can also be brought to the Shelter Building sessions at THS through the winter.
Anyone wishing to solicit donations from stores or other source and need a letter please let us know. If you’d like to make a cash donation, you can do so through Toronto Animal Services and designated for the Feral Recovery Centre. You can get a receipt for tax purposes this way.
If there are any handy with tools people we have lots of work still needing to be done so bring some tools and come on over. We would like to be looking good for the “Open House” we would love to have in October.