Hunter Animal Rescue is a registered charity and every dollar raised or donated goes directly to helping our fosters. The adoption fee covers basic vet work and treatments. What it doesn’t cover is non-routine medical treatments and surgeries, emergency vet care, food or equipment. This is where we rely on your generosity, so we can save more animals in need!
In addition to funds, there are always goods and equipment our carers require – see our wish list below. All donations are greatly appreciated. Donating a collar or toy means the world to our carers, as it’s something they don’t need to provide themselves. Donated goods are shared amongst our carers, however you are always welcome to donate items for a specific foster.
To donate funds to help Hunter Animal Rescue, please either use the PayPal link below or deposit funds into the HAR account.
Account Name- Hunter Animal Rescue
BSB – 650000 – Newcastle Permanent Building Society
Account Number – 972115902
To receive a tax receipt (available for donations over $2) you must email email@example.com. Please include your deposit reference
Donate directly to one of our special needs fosters or support one of our fundraising campaigns.
If you would like to sponsor a particular animal you should contact our treasurer on firstname.lastname@example.org
Our adoption fee covers basic vet work and treatments. What it doesn’t cover is non-routine medical treatments and surgeries, emergency vet care, food or equipment. This is where we rely on your generosity, so we can save more animals in need!
Hunter Animal Rescue will gratefully accept donations of new and used dog and cat items in clean, functional condition. We may also accept donations of freshly laundered blankets, sheets and towels subject to need at the time. Please contact our Donations Coordinator to arrange for their collection / drop off: donations@hunteranimalrescue.
Our carers mainly feed a quality dry food diet which is especially important for young animals with delicate tummies. This includes:
Like and follow Hunter Animal Rescue on Facebook to keep up to date with new arrivals and special fosters as they enter care.
It’s also a great way to find out about events and competitions.