US$155.00raised of $13,000.00 goal goal
In a world filled with uncertainty, there is one thing that remains constant - the unwavering loyalty and love of our four-legged companions. For the dogs at our shelter, their journey has been one of hardship and resilience, but together, we can create a brighter future for them.
Our shelter John Ronald Rescue, located in a small town called wakiso in Wakiso district, is home to over 34 dogs in need of a safe and loving environment. These dogs have faced neglect, abandonment, and even abuse. But within the walls of our shelter, they have found solace and a second chance at life.
Now, we are embarking on a mission to build a dedicated shelter facility to provide even better care for these furry friends. We need your support to raise $8,000, which will enable us to construct a comfortable and secure space where these dogs can find the love and care they deserve.
With your generous contributions, we can create a haven for these dogs, complete with separate kennels, a play area, and a veterinary clinic. This shelter will not only provide them with a safe space but also ensure they receive the necessary medical attention and regular check-ups.
In addition to the construction costs, we also require funds for essential supplies such as medication and food. We aim to raise an additional $5,000 to cover the ongoing expenses of providing quality healthcare and nutritious meals for each and every dog in our care.
Every dollar counts in making a significant impact on the lives of these dogs. Your support will not only provide them with a safe and comfortable shelter but also ensure they receive the medical care and nourishment they need to thrive.
Together, we can make a difference in the lives of these furry friends. Your donation, no matter the amount, will contribute to their well-being and give them a chance at a happy and fulfilling life.
Join us in this pawsome journey by making a donation today. Together, let's build a haven where wagging tails and joyful barks fill the air, and these deserving dogs can find their forever homes.
- John Ronald
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