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TOGETHER WE CAN HELP BALI’S PEOPLE AND THEIR ANIMALS SURVIVE THE GLOBAL ECONOMICAL CRISES CAUSED BY COVID 19
Mission Paws’ible are helping the selfless people who feed hundreds of dogs and cats daily. These people have not been asked to do this, they do it because they have love, compassion and empathy for Bali’s animals. Most of the animals have no home or ‘human’. Most feeders do it out of their own pocket. Many have low salary jobs or no jobs at all.
Our Food Appeal Fundraiser is aimed to raise the funds, purchase the food and distribute it to people needing help the most.
Through the application process we will communicate with the ‘feeders’ and map out what areas are being fed and what areas are not. This will ensure we spread the feeding to as many areas as possible!
The COVID 19 Pandemic has wreaked havoc on the entire world and Bali is no different.
Tourists are the lifeline for this small tropical island. Millions of people fly in every year to enjoy the climate, beaches, world class restaurants, bars and spas and keep the economy flowing.
That has all STOPPED!
Everything is closed to the public!
No tourists = no operating restaurants = no more scrap food for that lonely stray who waits patiently every day for them to arrive.
However, did you know there are MANY individuals, the unsung heroes of the animal loving community that, like clock work, feed stray and owned animals all over the island. This tight network means there ARE people helping the animals but they need OUR help more than ever.
We would like to raise at least AU$5,000 per month to feed the stray dogs and cats via this amazing network.
Please help the stray animals of Bali make it through this hideous time. Your donation not only supports the animals, but also the people during this desperate time.
- 50 cents = 1 meal (average 150grams)
- $35 = 20kg Dry Pet Food (133 meals)
What we achieved in JUNE 2020
Together, we purchased and distributed over $3,000 of food
That’s a total of:
1112 kg of Dog Food
404 kg Cat Food
70 people supported