With hundreds of wonderful animal charities in Australia, it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start!
We pledge to donate 1% of all profits to a different animal charity or rescue group each month.
We are also currently developing a guide to be released soon to assist others in making personal donations.
Riverina and District Animal Rescue Inc.
Riverina and District Animal Rescue Incorporated is a group of volunteers that rescue and rehome companion animals throughout the Riverina region of NSW and the ACT. Their primary concern is saving those animals that are in the pound system as they are on limited time, as well as those animals that have been abandoned or neglected.
RADAR Inc is a not-for-profit organisation and receive no Government assistance. All of their work is funded through the generosity of the community and the dedication of their members in raising funds. All monies received are used towards the rescue, rehabilitation and care of the animals until each is rehomed into a compatible life long home.
Animals are in kept in care, loved and nurtured as part of their foster family until the right home comes along, this may be anywhere from a few weeks to many months, it is the commitment that each Foster Carer makes to each animal.
Hear No Evil, Australian Deaf Dog Rescue
Hear No Evil, Australian Deaf Dog Rescue are a registered charity founded in Townsville QLD in late 2014 and was set up specifically to give deaf dogs the second chances they deserve. Hear No Evil are Australia's leading rescue and re-homing group for deaf and special need dogs. They are a no kill rescue which means that they have a strict no-euthanise policy for dogs due to space or because they have been in care too long, nor because they are deemed un-appealing to adopt. They use positive training methods of incorporating basic easy to learn hand signals to ensure their dogs have basic manners and training prior to adoption. They also offer ongoing support to any adopting families for life. ‘Hear No Evil’ even have a partnership with an assortment of dog trainers around the country to help sort out any unwanted and unhealthy behaviours.
At Hear No Evil they don't just rescue and re-home, they also provide information and advice to anyone who has a deaf dogs, and also to those people who may be interested or considering adopting a deaf dog. If you would like to get involved in this amazing charity, whether that is volunteering, becoming a foster parent, adopting a dog or donating - please click on one of the following links