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Do support 300+ dogs' medical needs & care by donating to us

This is the end-of-year fund raiser being organised for the animal welfare wing of JanmFoundation.org to seek generous people to donate Rs. 500 / USD 10 (cost of a coffee outing) to help 300+ stray, rescued and abandoned dogs on a daily basis.
Janm Foundation aims at providing sustainable solutions for community issues and has multiple animal care programmes running. We have completed 3-years and are now eligible for and are in the processing of applying for tax exemptions from appropriate government authorities. For a total annual cost of Rs. 32.6 lakhs / USD 45,500, we can care for over 300 dogs needing care and homes on a daily basis.
We receive no government funding and are totally dependent on the generosity of people like you. Please consider donating towards one of our programmes. Approximate costs are listed below. Anyone interested in learning more can get in touch with us at JanmFoundation@gmail.com to schedule a visit. Thank you for all your support.
  1. We have a street dog feeding & medical care programme running in a village area of Dwarka, New Delhi which caters to 50+ dogs daily. This costs us about Rs. 32,000 / USD 450 per month (Rs. 4.2 lakhs / USD 5,800 annual).
  2. We have a street dog & medical care programme in Sector 48, Gurgaon which caters to 100+ dogs daily. This costs us about Rs. 45,000/ USD 625 per month (Rs. 5.4 lakhs annual / USD 7,500).
  3. We have another street dog care and feeding programme running in Sector 67, Gurgaon which caters to 100+ dogs. This also costs us about Rs. 45,000/ USD 625 per month (Rs. 5.4 lakhs annual / USD 7,500).
  4. We have 30 to 40 dogs in our care at any given time who have been abandoned or cannot survive on streets. We provide them care + training and look for homes for them. Maintaining this facility and caring for these dogs costs about Rs. 75,000 / USD 1050 per month (Rs. 9 lakhs / USD 12,500 annual).
  5. We are sponsoring 5 special needs dogs in specialised boarding which costs us Rs. 25,000 / USD 350 per month (Rs. 3 lakhs / USD 4100 annual).
  6. We support other animal NGOs by providing manpower support, fund raising support, direct donations. This is dependent on their needs and our abilities and usually amounts to an additional Rs. 50,000 / USD 700 per month (Rs. 6 lakhs / USD 8,350 annual).







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5th August 2019
Dear Friends of Janm Foundation's Animal Welfare Wing,

We  had a very busy monsoon season this year (2019). A lot of time and energy was spent in trying to make shelters for animals getting drenched due to lack of shelters. Here are some of those made by us.

Also, please follow us on social media for more active updates from us.
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/DogsNeedHelpRescue/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dogsneedhelprescue/

Twitter - https://twitter.com/dogsneedhelp


Best, Smita
Dear Friends of Janm Foundation's Animal Welfare Wing,

We  had a very busy monsoon season this year (2019). A lot of time and energy was spent in trying to make shelters for animals getting drenched due to lack of shelters. Here are some of those made by us.

Also, please follow us on social media for more active updates from us.
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/DogsNeedHelpRescue/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dogsneedhelprescue/

Twitter - https://twitter.com/dogsneedhelp


Best, Smita
20th April 2019
Dear Friends,

Last week one of our feeders informed us that during his routine feeding round he heard a whimpering sound from a drain. On close inspection he found out that one poor pup had fallen in the drain and no one knows for how long was in the drain!

Our feeder managed to pull him out, cover the opening of the drain. Here are the pup's pics.

The only thing holding us back from helping more animals and/or doing a strong job with the animals we help at present is that we do not have enough funds to pay our bills. So we are grateful for your support.



Pup had fallen in the empty drain and was found looking like this:


Back with his pack and eating (the little one upfront).

Best, Team Janm Foundation's Animal Welfare Wing
Dear Friends,

Last week one of our feeders informed us that during his routine feeding round he heard a whimpering sound from a drain. On close inspection he found out that one poor pup had fallen in the drain and no one knows for how long was in the drain!

Our feeder managed to pull him out, cover the opening of the drain. Here are the pup's pics.

The only thing holding us back from helping more animals and/or doing a strong job with the animals we help at present is that we do not have enough funds to pay our bills. So we are grateful for your support.



Pup had fallen in the empty drain and was found looking like this:


Back with his pack and eating (the little one upfront).

Best, Team Janm Foundation's Animal Welfare Wing
10th April 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for all your love and support. Your support has been inspiring.

We are only in the mid of April 2019 and we have had some major expenses due to three critical rescue cases.  Our vet bills, ambulance bills and medical boarding bills are sky rocketing and we are grateful for your support that has helped us pay towards them. 
  1. A dog's back was crushed under a tractor in Sirsa, Haryana in late March 2019. Some kind local person informed his family friend in Delhi and asked for help since Sirsa does not have any animal rescue helpline. For few days the pics were circulating in Delhi welfare groups. Finally on Sunday, April 7 we managed to get a fitted ambulance to bring him to Gurgaon and  she has been taken to Sophie Memorial Animal Rescue Trust which is known for caring for spinal injury case.
  2. Three dogs were sterilised by some NGO in Delhi. One of the dogs came back severely agitated after the surgery and then died in a few days. The other two have severe tick fever. We have got them both moved to a paid boarding and will be filing a complaint against the NGO as it is obviously negligient in it's practices. 
  3. Two pups were rescued from Sushant Lok A block, Gurgaon from some horrible boys. These pups had been picked up by these boys and were being kept without providing food, water or care. Both pups have soft tissue injuries as the boys picked them up from their tail and did similar things to them. These pups are now in a medical boarding recovering. Here is a video of the puppies: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bv9aSGSHi3r/
Best,
Smita
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for all your love and support. Your support has been inspiring.

We are only in the mid of April 2019 and we have had some major expenses due to three critical rescue cases.  Our vet bills, ambulance bills and medical boarding bills are sky rocketing and we are grateful for your support that has helped us pay towards them. 
  1. A dog's back was crushed under a tractor in Sirsa, Haryana in late March 2019. Some kind local person informed his family friend in Delhi and asked for help since Sirsa does not have any animal rescue helpline. For few days the pics were circulating in Delhi welfare groups. Finally on Sunday, April 7 we managed to get a fitted ambulance to bring him to Gurgaon and  she has been taken to Sophie Memorial Animal Rescue Trust which is known for caring for spinal injury case.
  2. Three dogs were sterilised by some NGO in Delhi. One of the dogs came back severely agitated after the surgery and then died in a few days. The other two have severe tick fever. We have got them both moved to a paid boarding and will be filing a complaint against the NGO as it is obviously negligient in it's practices. 
  3. Two pups were rescued from Sushant Lok A block, Gurgaon from some horrible boys. These pups had been picked up by these boys and were being kept without providing food, water or care. Both pups have soft tissue injuries as the boys picked them up from their tail and did similar things to them. These pups are now in a medical boarding recovering. Here is a video of the puppies: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bv9aSGSHi3r/
Best,
Smita
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Rs.69,911 raised

Goal: Rs.3,300,000

Beneficiary: Janm Foundation info_outline

Supporters (45)

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Anonymous donated Rs.250
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henriette donated US $50
EC
Ekta donated US $100

Thank you for all that you do for the sweet community dogs of India.

SR
Shweta donated Rs.2,500

Very few souls like you in this world make it a better place in live in.

MJ
Manvinder donated US $30
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Geetanjali donated Rs.15,000