Animal Aid Abroad Inc. Donations

All Donations made to Animal Aid Abroad go towards helping and aiding working animals and street animals in need all around the world.

Online payments for donations, membership, animal sponsorship or merchandise purchases are made securely through PayPal - you can use Visa, Mastercard, An existing Bank Account or PayPal account or if you prefer to pay via direct deposit our bank account details:
Name: Animal Aid Abroad
BSB: 066 103
Account No.: 1023 2438

Gifts That Give

donationA donation to support an animal in need, makes a great gift and can be made in the name of a family member or friend.

Should this donation be for a gift, we'll gladly send a gift certificate to the chosen recipient to let them know of the support their gift is going towards. Please state the gift recipient's details, full name and postal address or alternatively provide their email address in the comments box during checkout.

If you have a reason to celebrate, then why not consider asking people to donate to Animal Aid Abroad as a gift on your behalf. This is a great way to mark your special occasion, such as a birthday, engagement, wedding or anniversary, while helping to improve the lives of street and working animals in developing countries such as Egypt, Nepal, Thailand and India.

All donations at and above $275 come with an automatic Life Membership with Animal Aid Abroad.

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Every day animals around the world are being overworked and abused, forced to carry heavy loads or to work for tourism purposes with little or no rest, food or water. Animal Aid Abroad works alongside partner groups to educate communities, provide shelter for animals and much needed food, water and care.

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Latest News & Projects

  • India Update - September 2017

    Life-Saving Water for Working Animals in India New project to provide year round fresh water to working and street animals in Faridabad Animal Aid Abroad has started a new project with partner group- People for Animals Trust in Faridabad to provide life -saving fresh water year round to hundreds of working and street animals on the streets of Faridabad.  Funding includes the installation of permanent concrete troughs plus portable tubs.    Life-Saving Water for Working Animals in Faridabad Area: In three different areas of...
  • TAWC Update - September 2017

    KARTS + KIDS 4  DONKEYS - New project for working donkeys and kids in Tanzania    Left: ​Current cruel ox-yolk system used by hundreds of working donkeys in Tanzania  Right: New cart system AAA and partner group TAWC will implement that will reduce wounds, pain and suffering to the working donkeys        Left: As an incentive for villagers to change to the new cart system, AAA will pay for the village children to attend school.   Right: One very happy mother knowing...
  • NOWZAD Donkey Update Report - 2017

    Samson Samson is one of the first donkeys who came to Nowzad.  One of our neighbours owned him and would use him to carry heavy loads.   We advised him not to use this donkey for work because he just did not have the strength and energy.  Nowzad rescued Samson from the neighbour to relieve him of his heavy workload.  He is an old donkey and lives a peaceful life at the Nowzad Donkey Shelter now.  He wasn’t so friendly at first but has relaxed in his old age and enjoys the company of people and will even let us hug h...
  • Annual Bullock Sponsorship Update - 2017

    A new lease on life for bullocks of India For years, bullocks in India have been forced to work non-stop until their dying day. They are likely to be beaten with whips, restrained by painful nose ropes, and deprived of basic medical care and even food and water. Until recently, most of these gentle creatures never knew a kind word or a day’s rest.   Thankfully, due to the generosity of donors and organizations like Animal Aid Abroad, many bullocks like Roushya and Gabru are now able to spend their days doing anything they want, even if t...
  • Life of a Working Donkey

    Life of a working donkey in Africa - Part A:   Life of a working donkey in Africa - Part B:   Part C - Educating to bring change for working donkeys in Africa:  
  • MAWO Update - July 2017

    Introduction: Meru Animal Welfare Organization was founded in 2010 with the aim of promoting and improving the welfare of donkeys and other animals. Its main function is to advocate for animal’s rights especially those that are neglected by the society such as donkey. The organization also carries out mobile outreach clinic to ensure proper animal health by promoting prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases, disorders and injury in donkeys as a way to increase their competency in managing animal welfare ch...

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Animal Aid Abroad

Animal Aid Abroad Inc.

PO Box 121 Floreat Forum
Floreat, WA, 6014
M: +61 0400 107399
Ph: +61 89285 0516
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Name: Animal Aid Abroad
(Commonwealth Bank)
BSB: 066 103
Account No.: 1023 2438

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