Cherilyn Mackrory, Member of Parliament for Truro and Falmouth has joined up to support the RSPCA’s Generation Kind project.
Generation Kind is a major programme of work from the RSPCA to inspire the next generation of animal lovers. It brings together a set of ambitious, innovative educational and prevention projects that aim to nurture and encourage the values of kindness, empathy and compassion within today’s young people.
“As an animal lover and a dog-owner it was great to visit the Generation Kind event in Parliament today to find out more about the excellent work of the RSPCA, both nationally and in Truro and Falmouth.”
“I was pleased to hear about the three focuses of the campaign: working with schools to teach young people about the importance of animal welfare, offering young people from disadvantaged backgrounds the opportunity to engage with animals, and expanding their work to rehabilitate young offenders.”
“I have asked to join an RSPCA Inspector for a day in Cornwall to see first-hand the issues they face. and look forward to working with the RSPCA in the future on this campaign and many more.”