Help Us Help Them
We are a completely not-for-profit organisation. As such, we run on the generousity and good-will of the wonderful Canberra community. From individual donations to support from local businesses such as Petstock Belconnen, Canberra Pet Stylist and other organisations including ACT Rescue & Foster and Labrador Rescue, The Rainbow Paws Program is only able to do the work it does because of the wonderful support we receive from all of Canberra.
There are many ways you can help The Rainbow Paws Program. Please see the options below to determine what suits you best!
Donate Food & Goods
We are always in need of pet food and other pet products such as leads, collars, blankets, jackets and more. The majority of our clients own dogs and cats so any donations of (unopened) dry, tinned and sachets of cat & dog food are always greatly appreciated. We are more than happy to pick up any donations or alternatively donations can be dropped off at a number of locations throughout Canberra. Please contact us for locations.
If you choose to donate your time as a volunteer, there are numerous pathways for you to do so. Please click here to navigate to our Volunteering page
We greatly appreciate any donation - large or small. The continued generosity of our supporters allows us to continue to fund and run our many programs including distributing of pet goods & food and subsidising vet fees, de-sexing and boarding.
If you would like donate diretly to us, our bank details are:
Account Name: The Rainbow Paws Program
BSB: 062 913
Account number: 1106 5146
All donations over $2 are tax deductible. Please email your details and amount of donation to email@example.com so we can send you a tax receipt at the end of the financial year.
We are also registered on the Good2Give platform.
If your organisation is registered with Good2Give, you can now add The Rainbow Paws Program to your monthly donation list. Some organisations even do donation matching to help boost the employee contribution!
And if your employer isn't registered, why not suggest they register?