One Time Donations
If you’ve landed on this page it means you’re already considering making a one time donation to ROAR and we are truly grateful for your support.
We’ve put together some suggested donation options below. Just click on the amount to go straight to the donation form. You can also choose your own donation amount from within any of the forms.
Kids In The Kitchen
Put a smile on the dials of Alan, Floyd and Lego….the sanctuary resident clowns. $15 can buy yummies like carrots, apples, zucchini and, the little guys’ favourite….BROCCOLI!!
Raffie’s favourite saying is “eating hay while the sun shines”. He’ll be delighted that you’re considering a $25 donation because that could buy two more bales of tummy warming hay for him and his sanctuary buddies.
Our wonderful foster carers are the backbone of ROAR and make it possible for us to rehabilitate many more special needs animals. Your $50 donation could provide food and training treats for a month for a long term foster care animal just like Dash (click here to see Dash’s story and the amazing transformation she has shared with her foster carer and trainer Ingrid).
Just What The Doctor Ordered
Our ROAR For Life animals are very special to us. They are animals that, due to their age or medical issues, are permanently cared for by ROAR, living either at the sanctuary or with one of our amazing palliative foster carers, enjoying great quality of life whether they are with us for two months or two years. Your $75 donation could help us cover some of the monthly medications that enable our permanent residents to not just be pain free and comfortable, but also enables them to continue to have new adventures and live life to the max.
All ROAR animals are given a thorough health assessment on arrival, and receive immediate treatment as required. Your $150 donation could cover the cost of a veterinary health check and initial non-complex treatment such as pain medication, worming and flea treatments or vaccination.
Healing Hearts and Minds
ROAR’s focus is on helping animals with special needs. This often means we are the only hope for animals needing intensive or complex veterinary care, so our hospital and medical bills are our greatest annual costs. Your $250 donation could assist in covering a range of urgently needed treatments such as specialist dental care for one of our equine friends, removal and analysis of growths on a senior dog, or even helping to cover the amputation of an injured limb on a cat.