THE BRITISH COLUMBIA SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
Our mission: To protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in B.C.


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Are you a kid aged 13 or under who cares deeply about keeping animals safe, healthy and happy? Here you'll find everything you need to help you in your mission to make a difference!

Kids Club 

Get Bark! magazine four times a year, plus a membership package with a Kids Club card, activity sheet with the Kids Club Five Freedom Pledge, collector button and a monthly e-Kids Mews!letter. You'll also be the first to know about upcoming events like summer camps and youth workshops. Join the Kids Club today!

Youth events

Find information on BC SPCA summer camps, youth workshops and other fun events taking place around the province.

News for kids

Get all the latest animal-related news for youth here on our website. You can also subscribe to our free e-Kids Mews!letter or join the Kids Club to receive Bark! magazine!

Get involved 

Hold your birthday party at the BC SPCA, start a school club, download animal-themed crafts and activities and get ideas on other ways you can take action and make a difference. Plus, visit the High Paws Hall of Fame to see what other kids have done, and submit a story of your own!

About animals

Have a pet at home, or thinking about getting one? Learn about proper pet care to be the best guardian you can. Need an idea for a school project? Check out some articles from Bark! and AnimalSense magazines to help you get started.

For teachers

The BC SPCA has developed numerous resources for educators, including curriculum units and a school club manual. Find those here, as well as information on animals in the classroom, recommended products and booking a presentation at your school. Plus, sign up for our free e-Teacher newsletter.

Frequently asked questions

Find the answer to your specific question about our youth programs. 

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