He raises his voice through his trust Sarvoham asking “To Rescue. Shelter. Protect. Re-home the innocent ones.”
In its simplest form, Sarvoham refers to the relationships people have with animals and our duty to make assure that the animals under our care are treated humanely and responsibly.
Sarvoham wants to end animal homelessness.
Sarvoham Welfare Trust is dedicated towards the protection of animals, by providing shelter to abused, abandoned, sick, injured, retired captive life, and to promote public education about captive life issues.
It was established in April 2017 by Haris Ali in Bangalore, an avid animal lover, who started feeding animals at the age of 9. His childhood friend Sheru (puppy) was brutally murdered by society people. Being tender towards animals made him dream and create a hope of happiness to those injured, lost, abandoned and owner-surrendered animals by providing them a second chance.
Haris, a young chap like us, is well known as a Rescuer now. His love and compassion towards dogs not only saved lives of many innocent souls but also made him serve humanity in a much contented way. In a span of a year, he feels proud to shelter 90+ dogs and puppies at Sarvoham providing food, medicines and other basic needs along with a few caretakers.
They work day and night taking care of these dogs. Every day there are more than 20 calls asking for saving the poor dogs. Their Animal Helpline offers counselling to pet owners and helps coordinate rescue operations so as to bring help to distressed animals in the fastest possible time. The team rescue the street animals most in need and offer them safety and treatment at the rehabilitation center until they can be re-homed or released back to the same place.
"It is we who have destroyed the forests, it is we who have destroyed their natural habitat and have denied their basic needs. Everyday we see many street dogs in search of basic needs like food, shelter and water", Haris shares.
As fellow beings, we need to make sure the needs of the animal kind are also met. To cater to one of these basic needs, Haris has come up with a special project.
"We see so many street dogs dying of thirst. To curb this, we will be placing bowls of water at the end of lanes so that the dogs can drink water from them," says Haris.
The bowls will be regularly cleaned and refilled with clean water with the help of volunteers. These bowls will be cemented to the ground to avoid being stolen.
The only thing that's stopping this vision into becoming a reality is the lack of funds. Each of the bowls cost ₹250 and the initial plan is to place 30 bowls of water.
To realize this project, they need help and support from each of you. So please Stand Up and Make a Contribution for a Cause. A little help from you all can change the lives of many. The voiceless cannot ask help for themselves and it is our duty to make sure their needs are taken care of. Hence we humbly request you to contribute to our campaign. It really doesn't hurt to be kind.
Our shelter address: Sarvoham Welfare Trust
No.127, 3rd Cross, 1st Main, Aishwarya Layout, Royal County Park Road, Jambu Savari Dinne, J.P. Nagar 8th Phase, Bangalore, Karnataka 560083, India.
Mob: +91 812-357-1619 (Haris)
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