The Municipalities of the City of Brussels and Anderlecht are organising a large collection of donations from citizens for animal shelters. From 19 September to 2 October 2022, citizens can leave donations at various locations in the two communes.
For several years now, the City of Brussels and the Municipality of Anderlecht have been providing financial support to animal shelters. On the occasion of the International Day of Animal Welfare, the two communes are organising a large collection of donations for these animal shelters.
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Donations of food, unused toys, equipment for pets and blankets are welcome. The region shared a list of more ideas, suggestions and donations to avoid.
International Day of Animal Welfare
The City of Brussels is organising its second 'Animal Welfare Day' on Sunday 2 October. The event, which is entirely free, "is a tribute to our pets and the wild animals we share the city with."
The city will organise activities and events From 11:00 to 16:00 at the Farm of the Maximilian Park. Coinciding with the event is the last day of the donation collection campaign.