Say NO to ANIMAL CRUELTY!

Dear animal ❤️-ers, welcome to my PETA fundraising Money Pot! 1.4 million animals die each year because they are victims of animal testing, including the use of cosmetics and 400K coyotes are killed each year for fur in the U.S alone 🙈 🙉 🙊 ! The number is just astonishing! As you know I feel very strongly about animals and veganism, that's why I've been campaigning for animal rights and working closely with PETA UK charity (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). I decided to launch this campaign because I wanted to get more “hands-on” in the fight against animal cruelty,  especially when it comes to the unethical make-up testing  🐶 🐮 🐭  and using animals for clothing (check out my new video at PETA HQ in the updates section).  My mission is to support the charity and their work in raising awareness about how much suffering goes into animal testing and obraining fur. I believe that no animal should be poisoned or killed for us to wear a pretty lipstick or mascara or a winter jacket. It's really sad knowing about all the atrocious and inhumane experiments and practices that take place everyday and not much is done about it...So here I am campaigning 💪🏻! Please join my fight! It would be amazing if your could make a small donation and help me share this money pot page on your social media (Twitter/Facebook/Instagram) to spread the word! When sharing it please use the hashtag #LWfundraiser to have a chance to WIN one of the lipsticks from my Basic Bitch cruelty-free makeup line! Let's all be a part of something good and stop wearing animal blood on our beautiful lips or bodies! 💄 👄  🙎🏽  Find out more from my YouTube video:  PETA is internationally recognised as one of the leading and most influential animal charities in the world. They focus on campaigning against issues of animal cruelty that include topics such as factory farming, fur farming & animal testing. Any issue that involves animal cruelty is on PETA's radar and you can be rest assured that they will do everything in their power to put a stop to it.  BUT, they need funds to do all this amazing work, funds that don't come from nowhere.  If you are an animal lover, or want to help put a stop to animal suffering, please donate.  * 100% of your donation will go to PETA UK charity* Give however much you want* All payments are secureThanks so much for getting involved and supporting this cause!Lucy Watson

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Algarve Dawgs...Mungo, Helen and Peggy

Welcome to Marcus and Leanne's money pot, raising money for Algarve dawgs - Mungo, Helen and Peggy!These hunting dogs were locked in a shed for years.  Then they broke out and nearly starved to death on a barren hillside until they stumbled upon the mountain hideaway my mum built and where we were... well hiding away in.For a few weeks they lounged on cushions with full food bowls and cuddles, and they were the happiest, most grateful, most lovable and loving dogs you have ever met.  All their Christmas's came at once.We then discovered the annual horror that occurs across Portugal and Spain as the hunting season comes to an end. Thousands of these poor hunting dogs are abandoned in the hills, left to starve to death, many more just shot, their replacement offspring waiting in line for the same fate and similar suffering.If they are lucky then the heart-worm or tick fever will end their slow starvation- which Helen and Peggy both had.The result is all the dog sanctuaries are far, far beyond full - we spoke to one who told us that 200 dogs had been put down that day from a single hunter due to the appalling state they had been found in and lack of room to look after them - another Sanctury told us they were set up for 200 but were housing 1000). Most sanctuaries will not open their doors if you turn up with a dog - not because they don't want to help; they are bursting at the seams. Hunters regularly throw unwanted dogs over the fences at night. These dogs are the 'lucky' ones...So now many sanctuaries just fund neutering programs and treat them if they can be sent abroad to be rehomed. Sometimes they just leave food out... at the local Intermarch (supermarket) we saw 7 dogs roaming around eating the rice that had been left out for the strays. This is the landscape in which our story sits. We homed them, SOS neutered them and started their treatment. SOS and Karen Breen provided spaces for them to convalesce until homes could be found... Helen, Peggy and Mungo are now waiting to come to the UK for rehoming by Birmingham Greyhound Rescue.It would tragic to take it all away from them and we want to raise hard cash to give back to the dedicated sanctuaries that have helped Mungo, Peggy and Helen and to help them continue their work helping these innocents (Karen Breens Sanctury, SOS Algarve and Birmingham Greyhound Rescue) - £800 makes a contribution towards treatment, kennelling, pet-passports and transportation to the UKThese are the easiest, most docile dogs you will ever find. Let's get them a nice comfy home where they can do what whippets do - lounge around in comfort.  The pictures show how scarily thin they were I know, but they'll fill out.Chipped, vaccinated, spayed, health scanned, and being treated - could you perhaps offer them a nice, comfy home? They are in Portugal but can go anywhere.If not, can you make a contribution to our money pot? You can help by donating a small amount for our endeavours to raise funds in the coming months... we have already wild camped at Snowdon's base and climbed Snowdon... in January when it was -3 degrees at 11pm!!!The small print... Fee information etc. There are no fees passed onto you when you contribute to our money pot. There are also no set-up fees for us to use this site. When we transfer the money raised here by bank transfer (to be distributed to the sanctuaries and individuals that have helped rescue Mungo, Helen and Peggy) leetchi charges 4% for money pots under £2000 or 2.9% for money pots over £2000. We looked around - it's the best we can find. So that's the technical bit over!Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want* All payments are secureThank you so much! Marcus, Leanne, Mungo, Helen and Peggy x

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Primate Conservation Research Volunteering

Thank you for visiting my page.In July I will be undertaking a 3 week unpaid volunteering project working on primate conservation in the amazon rainforest.I will be spending 3 weeks volunteering to help the scientists and conservationist from ARC Amazon, a non-profit organisation based in Peru. The objectives of the organisation are to "Increase the value of the amazon, to conserve and protect it, and to connect people with rainforests."As with lots of parts of the Amazon, the area I will be working in is under threat from logging industries and the growth of land for agriculture. As a result, many of the species native to the area are becoming increasingly under threat and closer to extinction. An example of one of these animals is the Peruvian black spider monkey (pictured). The organisation aims to protect this species of monkey, as well as 8 other endangered species by understanding the monkeys and making local communities and the rest of the world aware of the impact of them being wiped out. The research undertaken by the scientists working there helps Arc Amazon determine strategies for local conservationists in their aim to create a Biodiversity Corridor in an important river system in the north east of Peru on the border of Brazil and Bolivia.I am a second-year Chemical Engineering student at the University of Bath with a strong interest in conservation. Last year I participated in a 5 day volunteering residential to help the National Trust in the Brecon Beacons and this year I am leading the trip. I also have led other conservation activities with the National Trust in Bath and was nominated for the Bath Young Volunteer of the year award 2017. I enjoy adventures and being outdoors!The volunteering work that I will be involved with whilst I am there will include:* Following, observing and recording data about the wild monkeys.* Trekking through lowland Amazon rainforest in search of monkeys.* Recording and uploading data captured for analysis.* Assisting in the learning of the different monkey species and other fauna and flora species present in the monkey's habitat.* Helping protect the lands of the Indigenous people.I will also be witnessing first hand the deforestation, species loss and other threats to the rainforest as well as gaining an understanding of the successes and challenges of deforestation and thus be able to convey this message on my return.I would really appreciate it if you could help in this project by donating. It will really help with the vital research and assist in the conservation of the Amazon rainforest. As this is a volunteering trip, which is vital for the organisation as I am completely unpaid and have to pay the company to be there, I have to completely self-fund this trip. The money will be going towards paying for my food, water and travel whilst I am assisting the conservationists and scientists. Therefore your money will be going directly into helping conserve the Amazon and help everyone understand the amazing species of monkeys that live in the Amazon rainforest, so you will know exactly where your money is spent. Any money raised above the costs of participating in the projected will be donated directly to the organisation to help fund further research and conservation.Please click to make a contribution, or get in contact with me to learn more about the project, donate via paypal or bank transfer please email me at jt740@bath.ac.uk.For more information on the charity, please visit http://conservetheamazon.org/arcamazon/#missionThank you for your time :)

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Say NO to ANIMAL CRUELTY!

Say NO to ANIMAL CRUELTY!

Dear animal ❤️-ers, welcome to my PETA fundraising Money Pot! 1.4 million animals die each year because they are victims of animal testing, including the use of cosmetics and 400K coyotes are killed each year for fur in the U.S alone 🙈 🙉 🙊 ! The number is just astonishing! As you know I feel very strongly about animals and veganism, that's why I've been campaigning for animal rights and working closely with PETA UK charity (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals). I decided to launch this campaign because I wanted to get more “hands-on” in the fight against animal cruelty,  especially when it comes to the unethical make-up testing  🐶 🐮 🐭  and using animals for clothing (check out my new video at PETA HQ in the updates section).  My mission is to support the charity and their work in raising awareness about how much suffering goes into animal testing and obraining fur. I believe that no animal should be poisoned or killed for us to wear a pretty lipstick or mascara or a winter jacket. It's really sad knowing about all the atrocious and inhumane experiments and practices that take place everyday and not much is done about it...So here I am campaigning 💪🏻! Please join my fight! It would be amazing if your could make a small donation and help me share this money pot page on your social media (Twitter/Facebook/Instagram) to spread the word! When sharing it please use the hashtag #LWfundraiser to have a chance to WIN one of the lipsticks from my Basic Bitch cruelty-free makeup line! Let's all be a part of something good and stop wearing animal blood on our beautiful lips or bodies! 💄 👄  🙎🏽  Find out more from my YouTube video:  PETA is internationally recognised as one of the leading and most influential animal charities in the world. They focus on campaigning against issues of animal cruelty that include topics such as factory farming, fur farming & animal testing. Any issue that involves animal cruelty is on PETA's radar and you can be rest assured that they will do everything in their power to put a stop to it.  BUT, they need funds to do all this amazing work, funds that don't come from nowhere.  If you are an animal lover, or want to help put a stop to animal suffering, please donate.  * 100% of your donation will go to PETA UK charity* Give however much you want* All payments are secureThanks so much for getting involved and supporting this cause!Lucy Watson

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Algarve Dawgs...Mungo, Helen and Peggy

Algarve Dawgs...Mungo, Helen and Peggy

Welcome to Marcus and Leanne's money pot, raising money for Algarve dawgs - Mungo, Helen and Peggy!These hunting dogs were locked in a shed for years.  Then they broke out and nearly starved to death on a barren hillside until they stumbled upon the mountain hideaway my mum built and where we were... well hiding away in.For a few weeks they lounged on cushions with full food bowls and cuddles, and they were the happiest, most grateful, most lovable and loving dogs you have ever met.  All their Christmas's came at once.We then discovered the annual horror that occurs across Portugal and Spain as the hunting season comes to an end. Thousands of these poor hunting dogs are abandoned in the hills, left to starve to death, many more just shot, their replacement offspring waiting in line for the same fate and similar suffering.If they are lucky then the heart-worm or tick fever will end their slow starvation- which Helen and Peggy both had.The result is all the dog sanctuaries are far, far beyond full - we spoke to one who told us that 200 dogs had been put down that day from a single hunter due to the appalling state they had been found in and lack of room to look after them - another Sanctury told us they were set up for 200 but were housing 1000). Most sanctuaries will not open their doors if you turn up with a dog - not because they don't want to help; they are bursting at the seams. Hunters regularly throw unwanted dogs over the fences at night. These dogs are the 'lucky' ones...So now many sanctuaries just fund neutering programs and treat them if they can be sent abroad to be rehomed. Sometimes they just leave food out... at the local Intermarch (supermarket) we saw 7 dogs roaming around eating the rice that had been left out for the strays. This is the landscape in which our story sits. We homed them, SOS neutered them and started their treatment. SOS and Karen Breen provided spaces for them to convalesce until homes could be found... Helen, Peggy and Mungo are now waiting to come to the UK for rehoming by Birmingham Greyhound Rescue.It would tragic to take it all away from them and we want to raise hard cash to give back to the dedicated sanctuaries that have helped Mungo, Peggy and Helen and to help them continue their work helping these innocents (Karen Breens Sanctury, SOS Algarve and Birmingham Greyhound Rescue) - £800 makes a contribution towards treatment, kennelling, pet-passports and transportation to the UKThese are the easiest, most docile dogs you will ever find. Let's get them a nice comfy home where they can do what whippets do - lounge around in comfort.  The pictures show how scarily thin they were I know, but they'll fill out.Chipped, vaccinated, spayed, health scanned, and being treated - could you perhaps offer them a nice, comfy home? They are in Portugal but can go anywhere.If not, can you make a contribution to our money pot? You can help by donating a small amount for our endeavours to raise funds in the coming months... we have already wild camped at Snowdon's base and climbed Snowdon... in January when it was -3 degrees at 11pm!!!The small print... Fee information etc. There are no fees passed onto you when you contribute to our money pot. There are also no set-up fees for us to use this site. When we transfer the money raised here by bank transfer (to be distributed to the sanctuaries and individuals that have helped rescue Mungo, Helen and Peggy) leetchi charges 4% for money pots under £2000 or 2.9% for money pots over £2000. We looked around - it's the best we can find. So that's the technical bit over!Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want* All payments are secureThank you so much! Marcus, Leanne, Mungo, Helen and Peggy x

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Primate Conservation Research Volunteering

Primate Conservation Research Volunteering

Thank you for visiting my page.In July I will be undertaking a 3 week unpaid volunteering project working on primate conservation in the amazon rainforest.I will be spending 3 weeks volunteering to help the scientists and conservationist from ARC Amazon, a non-profit organisation based in Peru. The objectives of the organisation are to "Increase the value of the amazon, to conserve and protect it, and to connect people with rainforests."As with lots of parts of the Amazon, the area I will be working in is under threat from logging industries and the growth of land for agriculture. As a result, many of the species native to the area are becoming increasingly under threat and closer to extinction. An example of one of these animals is the Peruvian black spider monkey (pictured). The organisation aims to protect this species of monkey, as well as 8 other endangered species by understanding the monkeys and making local communities and the rest of the world aware of the impact of them being wiped out. The research undertaken by the scientists working there helps Arc Amazon determine strategies for local conservationists in their aim to create a Biodiversity Corridor in an important river system in the north east of Peru on the border of Brazil and Bolivia.I am a second-year Chemical Engineering student at the University of Bath with a strong interest in conservation. Last year I participated in a 5 day volunteering residential to help the National Trust in the Brecon Beacons and this year I am leading the trip. I also have led other conservation activities with the National Trust in Bath and was nominated for the Bath Young Volunteer of the year award 2017. I enjoy adventures and being outdoors!The volunteering work that I will be involved with whilst I am there will include:* Following, observing and recording data about the wild monkeys.* Trekking through lowland Amazon rainforest in search of monkeys.* Recording and uploading data captured for analysis.* Assisting in the learning of the different monkey species and other fauna and flora species present in the monkey's habitat.* Helping protect the lands of the Indigenous people.I will also be witnessing first hand the deforestation, species loss and other threats to the rainforest as well as gaining an understanding of the successes and challenges of deforestation and thus be able to convey this message on my return.I would really appreciate it if you could help in this project by donating. It will really help with the vital research and assist in the conservation of the Amazon rainforest. As this is a volunteering trip, which is vital for the organisation as I am completely unpaid and have to pay the company to be there, I have to completely self-fund this trip. The money will be going towards paying for my food, water and travel whilst I am assisting the conservationists and scientists. Therefore your money will be going directly into helping conserve the Amazon and help everyone understand the amazing species of monkeys that live in the Amazon rainforest, so you will know exactly where your money is spent. Any money raised above the costs of participating in the projected will be donated directly to the organisation to help fund further research and conservation.Please click to make a contribution, or get in contact with me to learn more about the project, donate via paypal or bank transfer please email me at jt740@bath.ac.uk.For more information on the charity, please visit http://conservetheamazon.org/arcamazon/#missionThank you for your time :)

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wildlife rescue fund

wildlife rescue fund

Welcome :D Hi Holly and Max here!! :D We're trying to raise money for the two of us to volunteer onto a wildlife rescue project in Thailand and would very much apreciate donations of any amount. first of all, Thank you ever so much for anyone considering to donate. For the both of us In total we are looking to raise roughly £1000 to cover the costs of project fees, flights, insurance and vaccinations. we are looking to go July 2018!! :DWe have chosen the volunteering company POD who offer a range of volunteering opportunities. This particular project Wildlife rescue is for a very good cause, helping to care for beautiful animals and learning about conservation. It means so so much to us. Here is their website: https://www.podvolunteer.org/projects/wildlife-rescue-thailand Volunteer role: What will I be doing?* Each day will differ but general wildlife rescue volunteer tasks may include:* Feeding the animals* Providing water for the animals* Assisting with cleaning the enclosures* Creating enrichments for the animals* Maintenance work for enclosures and fences* Looking after other domesticated animals on site* There is no such thing as a ‘typical’ day and some volunteers may also find they are involved in tasks such as helping to clean the centre grounds, giving visitor tours or special occasion projects (such as building a new enclosure). A Little Bit About UsHolly Humphreys, 20 Years old and this is my partner in crime, Max Harmer.. also 20 years old!! we come from a land not well known in the valleys of mid Wales. Young and full of joy, now beginning to realise concerns for our beautiful and generous planet earth, we would like to do everything in our power to give back. FUNDRAISING :D With the help of some incredible friends we have formulated a list of fundraising activities on our quest: - marathon around the magnificent lake vyrnwy in mid wales- blindfolded for 3 days- fun day - charity gig at Llanfyllin Work house Again we could not be more geatful, thank you very much guys!!! Click to make a contribution.All payments are secureno specific donation amountfor a great cause! Help to make a difference :DThank you!

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Hera's IVDD Surgery and Recovery

Hera's IVDD Surgery and Recovery

VERSION FRANCAISE CI-APRESENGLISH VERSIONOur adorable 4-year-old dachshund Hera's hind legs were suddenly paralyzed on Sunday the 5th of February. After rushing to a veterinary clinic, she was diagnozed with intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) type 4 (paralysis, but still sensation in hind legs). We were unaware of this genetical disorder until the day of these events, and 25 % of all dachshund are victims of it, normally between ages of 4 and 6. We had the choice of either going for the disc surgery immediately (with 80 % probability of Hera being able to walk again), or going for heavy medication forcing her to stay immobile for 8 to 12 weeks, and with 30 % probability of being to walk again. This option also meant a great risk of the condition returning later in her life. The chances of recovery depend on the delay of the surgery (up to a maximum of 48 hours); the more waiting time, the less is the chance of walking again...We chose the surgery option, because we cannot live without this little creature, who fills our lives with lots of love and hugs since 4 years. We wanted to give her the best possible chances to live a normal life again.The purpose of this money pot is to finance the operation cost (2000 €), and the recovery cost which is estimated to be between 10 and 15 days (250 € per day). The payment will be divided into several parts, which gives us time to raise and save the necessary money.All sums of contribution will be greatly appreciated.We thank you in advance with all of our hearts.Elodie & SimonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/hera_dachshund_ivdd/ VERSION FRANCAISEAmis amoureux des animaux nous appelons à votre gentillesse et bienveillance.Notre adorable teckel Héra de 4 ans s'est retrouvée du jour au lendemain (le dimanche 5 février) paralysée des pattes arrières. Après avoir couru le plus rapidement possible chez une clinique vétérinaire ouverte, le verdict est tombé : Héra a une hernie discale de type 4 (paralysie mais sensation dans les pattes arrières toujours existente). Cette maladie génétique, que nous ne connaissions pas précedamment, touche 25 % des teckels entre leur 4ème et 6ème année.Nous avions le choix soit de l'opérer immédiatement avec 80 % de probabilité qu'elle puisse remarcher par la suite soit de passer à la médication lourde et une immobilisation totale de 8 à 12 semaines qui lui donnait 30 % de chances de remarcher (et un risque d'aggravation). Le pourcentage de chance que l'animal puisse remarcher depend de la rapidité d'action (jusqu'à 48h)... plus le temps passe, plus les chances de récupération de mobilité s'attenuent.Nous avons fait le choix de l'opérer car ne nous pouvons pas vivre sans ce petit être qui nous partage nos vies en nous couvrant d'amour et de calins depuis plus de 4 ans. Nous voulons lui donner toutes les chances possible de retrouver une vie "normale".Le but de cette collecte va servir à financer le coût de l'opération (2000 €) et de la réhabilitation estimée entre 10 et 15 jours (250 € / jour). Le paiment va être divisé en plusieurs fois ce qui nous laisse du temps de collecter et économiser au maximum sur les prochains mois.Toute participation sera grandement appréciée.Nous vons remercions par avance de tout notre coeur.Elodie & SimonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/hera_dachshund_ivdd/

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STRAY ANIMALS IN SERBIA NEED YOUR HELP

STRAY ANIMALS IN SERBIA NEED YOUR HELP

We are association of citizens Alfa from Belgrade and we have been taking care of abandoned dogs and cats for many years. We found homes for over 150 animals.We don’t have any means of financing except for good people who are helping us. Unfortunately, there is not enough of them and we find it hard to manage our expenses.At the moment we are raising money to pay for boarding houses for   20  dogs and one pig which costs about 650  euros, without the food. All the dogs in boarding houses were sick, hurt or taken from a shelter in order not to die there. Pig was save from floods in Obrenovac two years ago.Let me sort out some of them.Maki is a dog we found immobile in a ditch near the road. He had a broken spine and a bullet from a blowpipe. He is our miracle because he managed to walk in spite of that condition.We found Flekica (‘Little Stain”) as a puppy with the hard form of demodex (a skin condition).Vuka , Zuca , Brka , Viki , Pegica , Masa , Bleka , Pega , Meda , 3 Puppies , Stefi , Mirko , Crni , Milka , Lara , Flekica , Maki , Zuca2 , Cupko , Gile .We have more animals in foster homes , and we provide food for them.Therefore, we are addressing you with the pleading to help as much as you can. Out work is completely transparent, every dog can be seen and visited. Each of them deserves a chance to live, and we are asking you to help us provide them with that chance.Regarding our future plans, we need the money for sterilization of the dogs, in order to reduce the number of the dogs on the street. We need the money for the food for all the dogs we take care of. We need the money for paying veterinary expenses for the sick and injured dogs.If we had more means we could take care of more dogs and cats from the streets and find them real homes later on. We are very limited by the donations we raise through social networks, which are more than humble,so with your help we can do much more.

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Princesse, Duchesse et leurs amis

Princesse, Duchesse et leurs amis

Welcome to this money pot !Click to make a contribution.English translation below.Bonjour les amis, Nous sommes BigV, une famille vegan qui promeut en permanence un mode de vie éthique, sauve des animaux de la mise à mort et de conditions de vie abusives et leur trouve une nouvelle famille.Les fonds collectés par la précédente cagnotte nous furent fort utiles, le fermier pour la remise en état du second champs est payé, nous attendons sa venue prochaine, le bois pour l'abris et un poste électrique et du ruban pour la cloture du champs de quarantaine pour l'arrivée de nos nouveaux pensionnaires.Cependant, nous sommes encore loin du compte, d'ou cette nouvelle cagnotte que nous plafonnerons à 1600€, comme vous pourrez le constater vous même nous restons loin du compte, le montant de la cagnotte étant inferieur aux dépenses nécéssaires, mais espérons de cette manière atteindre cet objectif et compenser par de l'huile de coude, des volontaires et des dons en nature, à ce propos, toutes idées pour des tarifs plus avantageux, du materiel de seconde main sont les bienvenues, ainsi que, bien entendu, les donc de materiel, outils, etc.... voiçi donc la liste de ce qu'il nous faut, d'une maniere ou d'une autre, nous procurer (tarifs moyens) :- 2 postes de cloture solaires (300€ X 2)- 200 piquets de cloture en bois (1,50€ X 200)- 2 rateliers à foin (modéle sur la photo de l'évènement, prix occasion 400€ X 2)- 2 visites vétérinaires (190€)- Vermifuge (80€)- Foin (20€ tous les 3 jours)tout ceci n'inclue pas les differents transports, donc si de ce coté vous pouvez aider en collectant près de chez vous....et pêle-mêle : isolateurs et ruban électrique, manches d'outils, matériel et engins agricoles, tout ce à quoi vous pourriez penser que nous aurions omis.Bien entendu, en coulisse nous hébegeons temporairement et relogeons en permmanence des animaux, nos terrains sont sous stress permanant, soyez assurés que toutes donnations vont, sans coup ferrir, aux animaux, nous accueillons prochainement, dans les jours à venirs, en plus de Princesse et Duchesse, une ânesse enceinte ainsi qu'un couple de cochon, urgence car mis à mort la semaine prochaine si nous n'intervenons pas, dont la femelle est également prête à donner naissance, nous devrons donc trouver des familles d'accueil, nous lancerons par consequent une nouvelle cagnotte à ce moment là.Merçi à tous  Hello friends, We are BigV, a vegan family, living in rural France, that continuously promotes an ethical lifestyle, saves animals from slaughter and abusive living conditions and finds them a new family, or if the space on our farm allows we keep them here.  The funds collected by the previous kitty were very useful to us, the farmer for the restoration of the second field can be paid, we await his visit to start the work, the wood for the shelters and an electric box for the fencing and the ribbon for the fence of the Quarantine field have been bought for the arrival of our new residents. However, we are still far from the balance needed,  this new collection we will limit to 1600 €, as you will be able to see yourself we are asking far less than the total  needed for the necessary expenses, but hope we can acheive it this time. In order to achieve this objective we are compensating with elbow grease, lots of it and sweat any volunteers are welcome!! Donations of any old tools fencing very welcome, all ideas for cheaper rates, second-hand equipment are welcome. An idea of what is needed still:  in one way or another,  (average tariffs): - 2 solar fence posts (300 € X 2) - 200 stakes of wooden fence (1,50 € X 200) - 2 hay feeders (model on the picture of the pot, seondhand price usually starts at 400 € X 2) - 2 veterinary visits (190 €) - Vermifuge (80 €) - Hay (20 € every 3 days) All this does not include the different transports, so if on this side you can help by collecting near you tools, feeders hay please shout!! .... Also still needed, insulators and electrical tape, tool handles, fa

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Futterspende

Futterspende

Willkommen zu diesem Geldtopf!Klicken, um einen Beitrag zu leisten.* jedoch viel Geben Sie Sie wollen .* Alle Zahlungen sind sicherVielen Dank! Sehr geehrter Spender!Unser Verein Tierhilfe Handicap betreut zwei private Auffangstationen in Ungarn. Wir vermitteln zu 90 Prozent Handicaptiere und unterstützen das Tierheim Kisvarda, welches 400 Hunde beherbergt mit Futterspenden, Kastrationen und Hundehütten. Unser Kastrationsprojekt bezahlt pro Jahr un die 300 Kastrationen und wird grösstenteils über unseren Onlineflohmarkt auf Facebook finanziert. Dieses Projekt wurde mit zusätzlichen 50 Kastrationen im Jänner für eine privates Kastrationsprojekt in Rumänien erweitert. Dieses wäre mit monatlich zusätzlichen 50 Kastras geplant. Hundehütten wurden bereits 60 Stück in Kisvarda geordert und die Hälfte davon bereits geliefert. Ein pensionierter Tischler baut diese selber und verkauft sie um 25 Euro pro Stück. Auf der Hütte wird der Name des Spenders vermerkt. Abholungen von Sachspenden sind bei uns in Wien und Umgebung an der Tagesordnung. Es werden laifend dringend Dinge wie Hundemäntel, Körbchen, Pfotenschutz, Decken, Leinen, Beisskorb und vor allem Futter benötigt. Futter wird, je nach finanzieller Lage in zwei bis drei Monaten um die 700 Kilogramm bis 1 Tonne übergeben. Kleinere Mengen rentieren sich von den Kosten der Abholung nicht, denn das Mietauto ist nicht billig. Das Tierheim lebt grösstenteils von den Abfällen von Schulen und Kindergärten. Da diese aber im Sommer geschlossen sind, fällt die Verpflegung komplett weg. Wir brauchen daher dringend Spenden für Futter. Unsere Vereinstätigkeit ist auf unserer Homepage tierhilfehandicap.com einsehbar oder auf Facebook unter Michaela Polreich. Wir arbeiten absolut transparent und es wird jeder Spendenaufruf mit Rechnung belegt. Wir bedanken uns herzlich für ihre Unterstützung.

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