Help 200 Dogs Have a Second Chance at Life

A microproject by Dharamsala Animal Rescue
Help 200 Dogs Have a Second Chance at Life
Help 200 Dogs Have a Second Chance at Life
Help 200 Dogs Have a Second Chance at Life
Help 200 Dogs Have a Second Chance at Life
Help 200 Dogs Have a Second Chance at Life
Help 200 Dogs Have a Second Chance at Life
Help 200 Dogs Have a Second Chance at Life
Help 200 Dogs Have a Second Chance at Life

Summary

Starting on November 29th, you have the opportunity to help us give 200 homeless dogs a second chance at life. By giving today, you provide the funds need to pay our vet team, rescue team, education program, and all of the medicine and supplies we need to help give sick and injured dogs a second chance at life. A little goes a long way in Dharamsala, India. Give a street dog some hope for 2021. Give Today.

$10,000
total goal
$9,182
remaining
16
donors
2
monthly donors
23
days

Challenge

$10,000 covers the costs of 200 rescues. In addition it covers 1 month costs for i fuel for the rescue, salaries for our vet team, rescue team, and facilities cost. This amount allows us to continue our mission is to end the human/street dog conflict by creating a humane and sustainable environment for animals with direct benefits to the people of Dharamsala, India.

Solution

We provide several key programs to achieve our goals: spay/neuter, rabies vaccination, rescue and adoption, and community education for rabies safety and compassion. DAR has been running since 2009. Since that time, we have helped more than 19,000 animals. Since the beginning we've seen change. There are more people feeding and caring for strays. More people getting post bite vaccinations for dog bites. More people adopting local dogs. This project will help this change continue

Long-Term Impact

Our vision: We strive to create a community where the people realize that the stray animal population can be managed with compassion and education. With mass sterilization and rabies vaccination programs we can create a healthy sustainable population of dogs. Through education and community interaction, we can teach people how to be kind to street dogs even they are afraid of them, eradicate rabies, and increase adoptions.

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Organization Information

Dharamsala Animal Rescue

Location: North Kingstown, RI - USA
Website:
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Project Leader:
Deb Jarrett
North Kingstown, Rhode Island United States
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