Your gift can help save lives. The BC SPCA is a not-for-profit organization that relies on public donations to protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in British Columbia. Funds donated to the Maple Ridge SPCA will be used to help animals in your community.
Our branch relies on donated items for the day to day care of animals in need.
Reward Points Programs
Our branch can benefit from the points accumlated through affliated corporate reward points programs. The following are the reward programs with which we are currently involved. Click on the link for more information, and to find our specific branch information that you'll need to participate.
Recycle for the Environment - and the Animals!
Bottles for Bunnies
Donate your used recyclable bottles, cans and plastic containers by dropping them off at the shelter, any time, year-round. Call us at the shelter (604) 463-9511 for more information.
Changes Recycle Centres
Changes Recycle Centres are associated with Save-On Foods locations. Please advise friends, family, relatives & co-workers, when returning bottles, milk cartons etc. to request the funds be credited to the BC SPCA Coquitlam / Maple Ridge Branch. Thank you!
Coquitlam - 2991 Lougheed Hwy.
Maple Ridge - 20395 Lougheed Hwy & 22703 Lougheed Hwy.
Port Coquitlam - 2385 Ottawa St.
Our signature event of the year is always a great success raising much needed funds for animals in need. But we couldn't do it without your help. Learn more about registering to participate or volunteer.
Want to hold your own BC SPCA fundraiser, raise funds online, or host an event in support of the animals? It's easy to turn what you love doing into funds for animals in need.
Leave a Legacy
Your legacy is important because it represents the values that you stood for in your lifetime. It is a statement to the world about who you were and your belief in a better world for all living things.
If you choose the BC SPCA as one of your beneficiaries, you will be helping to provide love, care, and compassion to future generations of animals in British Columbia. Visit our main support information section to learn more.
We salute and honour our friends in the community.