CASTER-PROJECT 2020-2021 from POEZEWOEF: FOR WHO, WHAT AND HOW?


WHO IS OUR CASTER PROJECT FOR?

The project is especially for people with pets who are in financial difficulties and who are active members of the association poezewoef.

This means that one regularly comes to pick up food and if there are actions that one actively participates.

These can be, for example, partial actions, or actions to gain nutrition, or actions within the association itself. As well as a mini event like the fries day. If one engages with our association then one is eligible for our project.


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WHAT IS THE CASTER PROJECT

The CASTER project ensures that the owners can go with their pet to the veterinarian by helping them 50% in the veterinary costs. Our priority is primarily to chipping and castrating or sterilizing the pet. Then the annual examination is discussed, which is also important, because at that moment the veterinarian examines your entire animal.

For urgent cases - operations etc. we also meet after consultation with the owner and the board.

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HOW DOES THE CASTER PROJECT WORK

The animal food bank poezewoef wilrijk vzw consists mainly through donation of companies and sympathysants. We donate not only food for dogs and cats, but also material and pennies. The latter are used for the cast project. We also participate in events and we sell not only homemade materials (by members of the association) but also materials that have been donated to us for sale. These pennies will be put on the animal bill of the association. Now, as everyone knows, there were no events for us by the corona in 2020 but we didn't get stuck in the pack. We started a candy action in which we participated with almost the whole association. Each collecter received 5 bags which they then sold in turn. There were even those who sold more than 20 bags. The action has gone so well that I can say that we have raised a large EUR 1000 and that our CASTER project can continue until the end of the year. This as far as the account is concerned.

Members apply to their department and are assigned a veterinarian or a call is made to their veterinarian to work with us. At the moment we have about 5 vets who come with us in the 50% and 15 who provide us with the necessary papers to keep our accounting running properly. People with a real heart for animals.

One gets a ticket and one makes an appointment with the veterinarian. Some members pay half of the invoice and we get the invoice with the remaining amount. With the other you pay the full amount but then you get an invoice that you bring in to your department and where you write down your account number, this will then be reimbursed half in the next days.

So hopefully it is a bit clear to everyone what is really going on with our CASTER project.

Despite the corona, we will certainly continue our efforts to continue the CASTER project in the new year, all help, ideas, support is welcome at #poezewoef


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CONTACT INFORMATION:

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Animal food bank poezewoef wilrijk vzw

67 Rue Palmanshoevestraat

2610 willy

0486/85.56.31

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