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But we’re not done yet. We still need your help.
Here’s how you can get involved…
Donate securely via St. George Bank website
Donate bank account
Make a donation directly in our bank account
Send a check directly to our office address
PO Box 5919
As a relatively young charity, we need to build on our financial reserves for long-term projects.
Sponsor A Dog
Yearly, monthly or one-time gifts for our dogs …Or Sponsor Them All
Unique gifts that help to protect abused animals and the environment in Romania.
Animals will continue to suffer in silence, unless you speak up for them.
Volunteer With Us
One of the best ways to understand the stray problem in Romania, what we do and why.
ROLDA is an international charity operating in Romania to solve humanely, efficiently and responsibly the strays’ population, estimated to 2.5 millions. ROLDA has a no kill policy. Our keys focuses are rescue, rehabilitation, rehoming, spay/neuter, social programs, education.
We serve as a prosthetic for amputated, voiceless souls in a poor region of Romania: thousands of strays, but also pets and farm working animals are dependent on your generosity and support.
We treat animals in places where no one else will and every day, we make a difference on the front line of animal welfare. We work to demand justice for the forgotten, for those who have no voice to speak up with. This dream is possible, but not without your support.
How we earn your trust
Love Come First
Our team rescues, provides shelter, rehabilitate and rehome dogs all year round.
Keeping our costs low means your gift makes the biggest impact possible.
Targeting Root Causes
Going after the stray overpopulation' symptoms is temporary. Going after its causes is permanent.
Financial and annual reports are ready for you. Simply ask.
Your Donation Multiplies
Your gift + marketing + grants + donated goods + matching gifts= Bigger impact
Think GLOBAL but ACT local to help animals in the poorest area of Romania.
Together, we make a difference.
894 social cases
The health and well-being of people in developing countries like Romania are directly linked to animal health and disease control. That’s where we step in.
We run long-term projects, focusing one of the poorest regions of Romania, aiming to improve the welfare of animals as well as the lives of people connected with them.
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