Junior Ambassador Scheme

RSPCA WA’s Junior Ambassador Scheme is a unique way of engaging children in animal welfare.

Junior Ambassadors are young people who are animal welfare leaders among their peers, promoting the essential Five Freedoms for every animal.

They take a proactive approach to caring for the animals in their community, and lead by example. They are often active fundraisers, strong animal welfare advocates, and provide a voice for the many defenceless, voiceless animals in need across WA.

You can read more about our RSPCA WA Junior Ambassadors on their profile pages:

You will also have the opportunity to meet the Junior Ambassadors at our major events like Million Paws Walk, Happy Tails Day and Cupcake Day.

If you know of a young person who actively stands up for animal welfare and you’d like to nominate them as a Junior Ambassador, please drop us a line here.

Junior Ambassador Team Day Out - 2018

This year we took our RSPCA WA Junior Ambassadors and their families out to the Perth Zoo to celebrate a terrific 2018! We were able to get hands on with some native animals, and learned a lot about both the animals that live around us, as well as the more exotic ones that live at the zoo. It was a great day to reflect on all we’ve achieved this year, and to set some goals for 2019. This included- handing out Dogs Die in Hot Cars leaflets, Safety around Dogs and being a part of our fundraising days like MPW and Cupcake Day.

Click here to see more photos from the day.

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Junior Ambassador Team Day Out - 2017

Our Community Outreach team took our 4 RSPCA WA Junior Ambassadors, Spencer, Elseya, Katie and Jeremy, to the Landsdale Farm School for a great day out and to discuss animal welfare goals for 2018. Our Junior Ambassadors go above and beyond to help the animals around them live a better life. They’re very special as they’re able to talk to their peers about animal welfare issues, everyday issues that affect their pets and help us spread the RSPCA WA message about responsible pet ownership. 

This year, our ambassadors are hitting the ground running spreading our ‘Dogs die in hot cars’ campaign message - keep an eye out for them at your local shopping centre or dog beach!

A special thanks goes out to Alisha (pictured far right), who gave us a great in depth tour of the farm. The whole team had a wonderful day learning all about the animals and enjoying heaps of furry cuddles.

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Million Paws Walk 2017


A big thank you to Spencer Parrot and Katie Birss who volunteered their time to assist us at Million Paws Walk 2017!

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