Salamina Animals

Fundraising campaign by Roz Mills
  • €110.00
    raised of €4,500.00 goal goal
2% Funded
5 Donors
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We are based in Salamina, a small group of people looking after the animals who though no fault of theirs are on the street.

We have a multi pronged approach that is mainly

  • Feeding
  • Spot treating on a monthly basis
  • Sterilisation
  • Rehoming
  • Medical tests
  • Therapies

We are not a charity, we did look into this option but the amount of paper work and processes meant that we would have to commit a lot of time and employ a solicitor. If we went that route it would detract us from the feeding and health program, which is why we formed. We want any money donated to go directly to the animals, in most cases we are self funded so any help would be much apricated.

We have setup and funding page if you would like to help us save these animals, it is anonymous and any amount is welcome.

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Donors

€30.00
  • Anonymous
  • Donated on Feb 29, 2024
€50.00
  • Maria Freeman
  • Donated on Feb 18, 2024
  • Well done Roz

€10.00
Feb 17

Angels Story

Update posted by Roz Mills at 03:20 pm
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We were informed about a group of dogs at Aias club, it turned out there were 15 in total! We set about earning their trust with a view of capturing them and having the neutered, the alternative is a huge pack of wild dogs. There was a pregnant dog so. . . . .

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Donors & Comments

5 donors
€30.00
  • Anonymous
  • Donated on Feb 29, 2024
€50.00
  • Maria Freeman
  • Donated on Feb 18, 2024
  • Well done Roz

€10.00
  • Clare Rea
  • Donated on Feb 18, 2024
  • Worthy cause! All the best!

€10.00
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Sascha Weber
Anastasios Mavrogiannis
€110.00
raised of €4,500.00 goal
2% Funded
5 Donors

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