If you believe every homeless pet deserves the best chance of finding love, you have what it takes to help. And anything is pawsible!
It’s easy to create your own fundraiser
- STEP 1Decide what you’re going to do
- STEP 2Name your event and choose a great photo
- STEP 3Download the PetRescue Fundraiser logo to use online
- STEP 4Boom! You’re ready to start raising money to help homeless pets in need
Every year, more than 200,000 pets are left unclaimed in Australia’s pounds and shelters. And only 60% are lucky enough to find a new family. We know there’s a home out there for every pet and enough love to save every life. And we’re working to give every pet a second chance. Read about our programs And see our impact so far, thanks to people like you!
Check out these pet lovers who did pawsome things to fundraise for homeless pets
Miranda’s Amazing Eggs
12-year-old Miranda loves animals, volunteers at Bundoora Farm, has six rescue hens and has raised over $400 for homeless pets by donating all proceeds from the sale of her lovely eggs to PetRescue.
Pepper The Westie's 10th Birthday!
Pepper’s incredibly generous pawrents and his birthday party guests raised $1,160 for homeless pets by giving donations to PetRescue in lieu of presents.
Facial Hair Champions
The Caltex Customer Service crew got furry to help homeless pets in need with the launch of their facial hair-growing competition and raised $1,515.30 for PetRescue.
Sienna’s Home-baked Doggy Treats
Superstar Sienna raised funds to help homeless pets by baking and selling doggy treats (5 treats for $2) and smashed her $200 fundraising target.
Ryan’s 6th Birthday
For the past two years, young Ryan has chosen to donate his birthday gifts to help homeless pets. Yes, that’s right - he did it for his 5th birthday too and raised $384 with his last birthday fundraiser!.
What will you do for the furries?
Find out all you need to know about fundraising for PetRescue by downloading our Community Fundraising Kit (pdf).
Be part of the movement helping homeless pets find a furever home.
Banner image: Twill from Staffy and Bully Breed Rescue