Support People for Animals

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  • Our target

    Rs 50,000
  • Raised

    Rs 302
  • To Go

    Rs. 49698

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People for Animals, also known as PFA, is India's largest animal welfare organization with a nationwide network of 26 hospitals, 165 units, 60 mobile units, and 2.5 Lakh members. We work to rescue and rehabilitate sick and needy animals. We set up and run shelters, ambulance services, sterilisation programs, treatment camps and disaster rescue missions for animals. We conduct education programs in schools, fight cases in court, and lobby on animal issues in parliament.
 

More than hundreds of animals starve every day on the streets due to a lack of nutrition, support, and love. Donations provide us with a helping hand to sustain our medical services.
 

Donating us with food assures that the aid provided will not go to waste or to landfills of any sort. Our organisation not only provides food to the needy but to keep the cause running, we help feeders and shelter homes with nearly 1 lakh rupees every single day.
 

A good part of the donation will be diverted to local feeders who provide food to nearly 100 dogs on a regular basis. The rest of the aid will be used in our shelter Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre, India's oldest and Delhi's largest animal center. Over 1400 animals are fed, sheltered, and taken care of in this centre every single day.
 

The campaign will allow animals that starve regularly due to a lack of any help with a good meal for the day. Helping them with food will refrain them from eating out waste and deadly poisons from piles of garbage. Feeding them can suppress their aggressive behaviour and can also save someone's bad encounter with them due to being underfed and malnourished!
 

Join our hands and help us out by providing food to the voiceless.
 

“Saving one dog will not change the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever.”
 

The animals can’t speak for themselves, but they need to be fed just like us.  Donate now and save the voiceless from dying of starvation.