Bank transfer: please contact us.
Donations in your choice of currency: Lev/€/£
We rely on the generous donations from people to help the dogs of Bansko stay fit and healthy, and find their forever home.
Our main focus is to prevent more dogs from being born and living on the streets of Bansko.
Most of the street dogs require basic medical care: treatment for worms, lice, ticks and other common problems. After they are treated they go to a temporary care houses for a few days to stay in a clean, dry place before being neutered.
Donations mainly go to food, medications, and vet bills. If there are funds left over then we buy some extra toys for everyone to have some fun and play.
Donate €1 a month with Teaming
A small €1 donation every month. Super easy to setup. These small amounts add up over the course of a year and it’s one way lots of people can contribute a small amount every month.
Please use this link to donate via teaming (no fees for you or us; best way is using a card for the payment): https://www.teaming.net/banskostreetdogs-grupo.
For those who want to buy something individual for the dogs (a collar, some toys, or a training leash), we have an Amazon wishlist. This is a list of things we need and it’s convenient if you want to spend a few pounds/euros.
Here is a link to the list: https://www.amazon.co.uk/hz/wishlist/ls/16FCPLO7DQETP
Building a Shelter for the Dogs
We have already been gifted some land to build our own facility in Bansko. This will enable us to help more dogs and match them with the right families.
But… that means we need to raise about €200,000 to build and fully equip the new facility. We know it will take some time, but is very doable with all of your help.
This means for 2022 we are looking for sponsors: whether in monetary form or through items, such as fence panels, dog pens, etc. If you want to see your company name stand out at the new shelter, then this could be your chance. If you’re interested in being a corporate sponsor then please contact us.
We look forward to welcoming you to the new shelter when it’s finally complete and full of dogs having lots and lots of fun!