Help Us Raise Funds For A New KAW Care Centre

Currently the KAW facility runs out of a 400 sq yard house. The center has 4 rooms and a small garden at the front. The puppies, dogs with maggot wounds, skin issues and dogs who have almost recovered share the same rooms. The center staff also sleeps and eats in the same room as the dogs.

Despite the need for more space, the plan isn't to increase the animal capacity by double. The plan is to streamline the operations, medical facility and boost the sterilisation program.

The new facility will be divided in two parts. One portion will be exclusively the treatment and the quarantine area for critical cases and the rest would be the recovery area along with a small play area for the dogs in our care.

Currently, all the dog rescued and brought to the centre pass through the main gate and the common drive way, which puts the other recovering animals at risk of disease and infection.

At the KAW new centre the treatment area will be a separate unit from the recovery area. Both the units will be divided by a wall and the treatment area would include a special holding area (Quarantine).

At present the new site has three rooms but these will need to be demolished and rebuilt due to structural issues.The cost of building the new centre would be anywhere around 15-20 lacs.

The current facility has a very poor drainage system making it difficult to clean and dispose off the waste matter. The new centre will have a number of drainage locations and water hookups throughout the facilities which is inside the kennels, wash rooms, quarantine areas, etc.

The project would require tremendous support from you all. Other than monetary support we will need a lot of stuff that can be donated in kind. We welcome suggestions from all of you so that we together can build a better facility. We are right now far from an ideal centre but we hope with the new KAW care centre we will be able raise the standards of animal care in the Delhi-NCR region.

The principles on which KAW works will remain the same and our focus will still be on quality. With the new facility our focus will be on increasing the success rate of cases and making sure the mortality rate decreases further.

We will be posting the needs for the new centre through this event page.

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6th March 2017
Dear Supporters,
 We take great pleasure in informing you that a new home is being built for the dogs. From the old center, which was 400 sq. yard, the new space runs out of a 1000 sq. yard. It is located in Sector 154, Noida. As mentioned earlier, the plan isn’t to increase the animal capacity but to enhance the medical facilities and boost the sterilization program.

Pictures of how the land looked when it was bought:

With a vision to provide a healthy home to the dogs, Kannan Foundation has set in motion the construction work at the new center. As per the plan, a separate place, around 250 sq yards, will be constituted for OT and canal to quarantine the dogs. The remaining space of 750 sq yards will be utilized for puppies, recovery of old dogs, play area, and accommodation for the volunteers and staff members. To overcome the difficulty of disposing off the waste matter, faced at the old center, arrangements for a better drainage system have also been made.

Here are a few pictures from the construction site:

They raised INR 32000 from Milaap and INR 1,90,000 from other sources. However, the budget for the new center is somewhere between INR 15,00,000 – 20,00,000. We thank you for your contribution. It will be great if you can share this campaign with fellow dog lovers and help the foundation raise more funds.

With the labour working intensively at all hours, we are positive that the dogs will start living in their new home very soon. We will keep you updated.

Team Milaap

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raised of Rs.120,000 goal

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Supporters (29)

Nandita donated Rs.1,500
Preeti donated Rs.5,000
Sandeep donated Rs.5,000

Team KAW. Go from strength to strength.

Anonymous donated Rs.5,000

Just try and be faithful to the cause and keep helping animals

Vitesh donated Rs.5,000

Wish you all the best

Anonymous donated Rs.250