Our animal birth control (sterilize & vaccinate) program has been running for the past 5 years and we have realised that the only way of expanding the program is by getting our own Recovery Centre where we can take in more dogs at one time and get an on-site vet that will allow us to cut costs and increase numbers. The space will also be used to house dogs that are injured and need temporary medical attention before they are released back to their home on the streets. In the future we also plan to use the space to foster young puppies that need to recover before they can be put up for adoption.
We have rented a farm land space in Ghitorni on which we plan to build our Recovery Centre for which we require your help. The construction has already begun with the funds that we currently have but we will be unable to complete it without your support.
Dog Kennels - Rs. 1,90,500
Medical/Surgery Room - Rs. 1,50,000
Kitchen - Rs. 50,000
Staff Room+Bathroom - Rs. 1,50,000
Office - Rs. 1,20,000
Outdoor work (Electric, Water, Sewage) - Rs. 90,000
Outdoor work (Boundary Wall, Main Gate, Paint, Fence) - Rs. 1,30,000
Outdoor work (Miscellaneous) - Rs. 78,000
Total Construction Costs - Rs. 9,58,500
We are also looking for sponsors to cover costs of our Recovery Centre to help keep us afloat for the next six months so we can start our efforts as soon as the construction is complete, details below:
Rent (Rs. 25,000/month) - Rs. 1,50,000
Staff Salary (Manager) - Rs. 1,20,000
Staff Salary (Caretaker) - Rs. 84,000
Staff Salary (Cleaner) - Rs. 48,000
Utilities - Rs. 1,20,000
Food for dogs - Rs. 2,00,000
Vet + Medicines - Rs. 3,30,000
Total Construction Costs - Rs. 10,52,000
Our plan is to open the doors to our Recovery Centre early January 2020 for which we require donors to help us cover the costs of construction of the entire Recover Centre (Rs. 9,58,500) and we need sponsors to help keep our centre afloat for the next six months (Rs. 10,52,000). Our dream can only become a reality with your help and together we can make a difference in the lives of street dogs, one paw at a time.
Sadhwi & Sakshi Sondhi
Red Paws Rescue