What is the BC SPCA Kids Club?
Since 2004, the Kids Club has been inspiring thousands of kids ages 13 and
under to make the world a better place for animals. That's why our motto is "kids speaking for animals"!
You’ll want to be a member if any of
this sounds like you:
have a special place in your heart.
against animal cruelty.
- You love
learning about pets, plus farm animals and wildlife.
- You have
pets at home or would like to adopt one day.
believe the SPCA is an important safe haven for animals in need.
ready to add your voice to the thousands of other kids in B.C. wanting to
make the world a better place for animals, nature and other people.
Annual membership is only $15!
membership card and Kids Club kit with special inserts such as posters,
stickers and more
Kids Club mini collector button
- Bark!, the BC SPCA
youth magazine, four issues a year
MEWS!letter, a monthly email newsletter all about animals—just for kids
discounts on summer camps and youth workshops (at participating shelters)
invitations to special SPCA events
Kids Club contests you can enter to win fantastic prizes!
What do Kids Club members do?
Kids Club members take action for animals in different ways, depending on
their interests and talents.
made a special habitat for her pair of guinea pigs from instructions in Bark! magazine.
baked, decorated and sold hundreds of cupcakes to raise money for homeless
- Matty did
a presentation at school on why animal abuse is wrong.
- To improve
the lives of egg-laying hens, Jessica and her family switched to
cage-free, SPCA Certified eggs.
- One group
of students organized a towel and blanket drive for their local shelter,
while another collected $872 in coins!
- Sam and
Noah’s family adopted a pair of black cats from the BC SPCA.
Every issue of Bark!, the BC SPCA youth magazine, highlights kids
taking action and making a difference. As a Kids Club member, you’ll get lots
of tips on ways to help animals—and you may even find yourself featured in the
pages of Bark!.
Do BC SPCA Kids Club members meet at the
No, the Kids Club isn’t about going to meetings. Instead, members are active
in their homes and communities through independent projects, school clubs and
by attending BC SPCA events like summer camps and youth workshops.
To be a voice for animals, join the BC SPCA Kids Club and wear your
pin with pride!