Ask the Romanian National Veterinary Authority (ANSVSA) to shut down or remodel the public pounds to meet the sanitary and humane requirements for dogs’ better living conditions.
Dogs in Romania are suffering!
They are on the streets starving, having multiple litters of puppies, the majority of which will not survive and sadly many of the dogs are poisoned or abused, dogs like Liberty! He was abandoned on the streets by his owner to die in agony, wearing a huge tumor on his belly.
Rescued in Romania, loved throughout the World
Over the last 15 years, we have successfully found forever homes throughout the world for close to 15,000 animals rescued from the streets here in Romania.
Christmas is not just for people
It’s #dogsXMAS too! Every winter, ROLDA strives to provide food and warmth to thousands of homeless dogs in the southeast of Romania. For the “nobody’s dogs” in Romania, there is no Santa, there is no Christmas. But with your help, we can change this! For Christmas, you can spread your magic and be Santa to a stray dog in need!
Buy a special Christmas meal for a homeless, starving dog! It costs 1 EUR (or USD) and you can buy as many meals as you like!
Click here to read more about our ROLDA Christmas campaign, where you can not only donate to feed dogs, but also buy virtual Christmas gifts for your animal-loving friends or send them a free Christmas e-card!
Your generosity is the true miracle this Christmas!
But we’re not done yet. We still need your help.
Here’s how you can get involved…
Donate securely via St. George Bank
Donate Bank Account
Make a donation directly into our bank account
Send a cheque directly to our office address
PO Box 5919
As a relatively young charity, we need to build on our financial reserves for long-term projects.
Sponsor a Dog
Yearly, monthly or one-time gifts for our dogs …Or sponsor them all!
Unique gifts that help to protect abused animals and the environment in Romania.
Animals will continue to suffer in silence, unless you speak up for them.
Volunteer With Us
One of the best ways to understand the stray problem in Romania, what we do and why.
ROLDA Inc. is dedicated to rescuing neglected, abused and abandoned animals. Our work started in Romania, where the population of stray dogs – estimated at 2.5 million – is one of the largest in the world. Today, we work around the world, striving to create a safer, cleaner, and more compassionate environment for the benefit of all people and animals. In Australia, ROLDA Inc. is on a mission to make sure that not a single adopted animal gets returned to a shelter.
ROLDA Inc. helps abused, neglected and homeless animals. We rely on volunteers and donations to carry out our vital projects. Thousands of stray dogs, but also other pets and farm animals are dependent on your generosity and support.
We rescue and provide medical treatment to animals in a country where animal abuse and neglect is horrendously prevalent - and every day, we make a difference on the front line of animal welfare. We demand justice for the forgotten, for those that have no voice to speak up with. Justice for these animals is possible, but not without your help.
How we earn your trust
Love Comes First
Our team rescues, provides shelter, rehabilitates and rehomes dogs all year round.
Keeping our costs low means your gift makes the biggest impact possible.
Targeting Root Causes
Going after the symptoms of stray overpopulation is temporary.Going after its causes is permanent.
Financial and annual reports are ready for you. Simply ask.
Your Donation Multiplies
Your gift + marketing + grants + donated goods + matching gifts= Bigger impact
Think GLOBAL but act locally to help animals in the poorest area of Romania.
WE MAKE IMPACT
Together, we have funded
2561 social cases
The health and wellbeing of people in developing countries like Romania is directly linked to animal health and disease control. That’s where we step in. We run long-term projects, focusing on one of the poorest regions of Romania, with an aim to improve the welfare of animals as well as the lives of people connected with them.