The Save A Sanctuary Drought Appeal 2018 is now closed. The appeal provided support for farmed animal sanctuaries affected by drought in Australia. We received an incredible $30,650 in donations which have been distributed to sanctuaries in need. The donations have covered fodder and other food needed by farmed animal sanctuaries to look after their animals, as well as vet fees and other necessary expenses for the animals. Thank you for your kind support for this appeal. For more information see Farmed animal sanctuaries and the drought.
Below are the full amounts distributed.
|A Place of Peace Sanctuary, ACT environs||$7125|
|A Poultry Place, ACT environs||$1000|
|Barnyard Betty's Rescue||$500|
|Cranky's Farm Animal Rescue Mission, QLD||$1000|
|Deathrow Unchained Animal Rescue, QLD||$1000|
|Farm Animal Rescue, QLD||$2500|
|Freedom Hill Sanctuary, SA||$2000|
|Hart Acres Animal Haven, NSW||$1500|
|Little Oak Sanctuary, ACT environs||$2587|
|Lucky Stars Sanctuary, ACT environs||$1000|
|MariDan's Menagerie, QLD||$2000|
|Peanuts Funny Farm, NSW||$1500|
|Save A Cow Foundation, QLD||$2500|
|Signal Hill Sanctuary, ACT environs||$1000|
|Whisker Woods Sanctuary, ACT environs||$3000|
|Paypal fees on donations||$438|
Unfortunately the drought is not over, even though there have been good rains in some areas. The sanctuaries still need your help, so please donate directly. Please see our full list of vegan farmed animal sanctuaries.
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