“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”
― Mother Teresa
When the COVID-19 lockdown was announced, people stocked up on food and medical supplies to keep themselves alive throughout this pandemic. Unfortunately, this option was not available to stray animals in the holy town of Vrindavan, India, who rely on restaurants, shopkeepers and pilgrims for food and water. With the world gripped in this human emergency, these animals are left all alone; their only hope is that someone would come and feed them.
The services of Braj Animal Care, a charity that runs feeding programs and provides ongoing medical care for the street animals of Braj (Vrindavan and the surrounding villages), have become more important to these animals than ever.
Our volunteers risk their lives on a daily basis to feed around 90 dogs, 40 cows and 300 monkeys throughout Vrindavan. With the local animal hospital closed since March 2020, Braj Animal Care continues to arrange medical care for sick and injured animals on the street with the services of a vet on call. But we desperately need more resources during this crisis to reach out to at least double the number of animals we currently serve.
Help the animals of Braj survive by giving them the gift of food and medical care today!
All funds will be received by our parent organisation ODev USA. ODev USA is a 501(c)(3) registered charity in the United States, and all donations are tax deductible.
To learn more, visit: www.brajanimalcare.com
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In the unlikely but wonderful event that we receive more than we can use during the lockdown, excess funds will be applied to our ongoing services, including our upcoming shelter for injured and handicapped animals.