XX% of BARC’s spending is directed to the welfare of the animals.[IMG: CHART SHOWING DONATION BREAKDOWN]
Even a few Dollars or Euros can make a big difference for our BARC centre in Bhutan!
We aim to keep our overhead costs low and since all operational expenses are provided for by our founders Marianne Guillet and Hendrik Visser, we can assure you that all your donations are directly and 100% helping animals in need.
As of summer 2014, the BARC centre outside Bhutan’s capital city, Thimphu, is home to around 200 sick, injured and handicapped dogs, three 2-week old orphan puppies, 18 cats including three 4-week old orphan kittens, and 26 monkeys among which four babies.
Here are a few examples of the great things we can do with your donation:
$5 (EUR 4) feeds one big dog for a week
$10 (EUR 8) buys special puppy milk powder to feed 3 week-old orphan puppies for a week
$20 (EUR 15) covers the chemotherapy treatment for 1 cancer case
$30 (EUR 25) buys the materials needed to craft a wheelchair for our handicapped dogs so they can exercise
US$50 (EUR 40) buys pet carrier for transport of a rescued animal
US$100 (EUR 80) allows us to buy materials to build a dog night quarter
US$500 (EUR 400) provides us with surgery materials and medicine to treat injured animals for a month
BARC accepts PayPal donations to support its BARC Centre in Bhutan. You can safely contribute in a few simple clicks!
You can also make a donation through a Wire Transfer. Get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Depending on your country or state laws your donation may be tax-deductible. We will provide you with a receipt if needed.
We welcome any in-kind donations! e.g. soap, towels, boxes…
Please contact us here.
Want to truly experience life at BARC?
1. Join us as an intern!
Familiarize yourself with the day-to-day veterinary work and learn the ins and outs of managing an NGO. We have a comfy guest house too!
2. Come say hi as a volunteer!
Coordinate with your friends and family and visit us! Google APAC Volunteer Journeys visited us as part of voluntourism!
3. Remote help is welcomed!
Passionate about fundraising, web design or app development and more? We don’t mind virtual work at all!
4. Help us spread the word!
Spread the word about animal abuse and stray animals! Follow us on social media and share our daily posts!
For more information, contact us here!