Friday, 27 May 2011


One of the main aims of RAA is to fund essential spay/neuter programs in Romania either direct or via collaborations with other reputable charities.  Every £100 ensures that at least 6 dogs/cats are spayed which in turn prevents hundreds of offspring born to the same fate.    

You can also raise much needed funds for us through our Ebay for Charity Scheme participation.  You can request buyers to donate a % of the price directly to the charity enabling us to do so much more to help the animals.   Please click here

A monthly donation however small really helps us to plan ahead and enables us to know exactly how we can support various on-going projects each month.  Standing orders can be set up using the following details: -

A/C Name : Romania Animal Aid
Bank : Co-operative Bank
A/C Number : 65316603
S/C : 08-92-99
IBAN: GB76 CPBK 0892 9965 3166 03

Alternatively individual donations can be donated via Paypal or our 'Just Giving' using the buttons below.
Donation Online button
 Every single penny donated goes directly towards helping the animals in the most effective ways possible.  Many thanks in advance!

Give and Donate

Collars/Leads/Food/Blankets/Toy Donations
We have regular transport from/to Romania that can deliver any donated supplies.  Drop-off points in the UK are in Cambs, Herts and Kent.  Some vets will donate sample packs of food or food close to it's sell by date.  

Some Sainsbury's stores will allow a 'pet food bin' to be set up outside where generous shoppers can donate food.  Generally this is down to the discretion of the store manager.  If you think your local store may be willing to help, please let us know and we will arrange for the bin to be delivered.  

We are also desperate for volunteer help to make dog jackets to keep the shorter haired dogs and puppies warm during the sometimes harsh Romanian Winters.  We can supply the pattern and all you need is a sewing machine and donated or cheap fabric (usually available in your local charity shop).


If you have any spare time, contacts and/or creative skills, there are so many ways to get involved.  Writing a letter to your local newspaper/magazine about the charity or putting a poster up in places such as veterinary clinics raises valuable awareness and is a great way to bring in new supporters and potential adoptees.  Fundraising through quiz nights, dogs shows, selling on Ebay can bring in extra funds too!

Fosterers.  We are always happy to hear from good, reliable short-term fosterers for our dogs.  People to give them a week or so to settle in and adjust to a home environment in preparation for their new forever home!  Fosterers must be at home most of the day and ideally have experience of rescue dogs. 

TransportAt times we may need help with transport for the dogs as they arrive in the UK (at either Dover or Folkestone).