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Help Feed The Stray Dogs Of Hyderabad
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Need Rs.30,000
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    Rishi sharma
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Stray Animals

    from Hyderabad, Telangana

EVERY PAW MATTERS is a social organisation that was started in April 2020 by school students across Hyderabad who are animal lovers. We are a small group of around 30 volunteers, and we aim to feed and care for stray dogs and raise awareness about animal issues. We believe that each living-being matters, and no one is superior. As a group, we need at least INR 3,50,000 for our feeding programme to last a year. Any funds raised beyond this will help feed and care for more animals around us on a daily basis.
We are running a crowdfunding campaign to help raise funds to provide food and water to stray animals, primarily dogs. Strays have very few means of getting good food and water on their own. Due to the pandemic, their sources of food have reduced by a lot, but they weren’t good before either.
We are all animal lovers, and we started feeding many dogs at the beginning of the lockdown last year. Strays are very often looked down upon, but we believe them to be every person's strength. We feed around 100 dogs everyday, and rely on funds and donations to sustain, and we can only move forward with your support. To continue our journey and so that we can provide more meals, we ask for your help.
It costs around INR 10 to feed one stray one meal.
Cost of feeding 100 dogs for 1 day= 10 x 100= INR 1000
Cost of feeding 100 dogs for 1 month= 1000 x 30= INR 30,000
Cost of feeding 100 dogs for 1 year (12 months)= 30,000 x 12= 3,60,000
Please help us feed these voiceless animals who deserve to be loved and treated with respect. No amount is big or small, it’s always the intent that matters to us. To learn more about our work, follow us on Instagram: @everypawmattersofficial or check out our feature in the Times of India newspaper.

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