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October 24, 2012
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October 24, 2012
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Help Animals India is one of the most selfless and efficient organizations. They help so many amazing organizations in several parts of India like VSPCA, JBF and more. HAI helps these organizations with their Spay/Neuter and Rabies vaccination programs that have been proven to be so successful, Vegan Outreach to educate people about compassion, Saving Cows and calfs, elephants, birds, turtles, and helping all animals in need. I wish there were more organizations like HAI and they would get the support they deserve. Eileen works tirelessly and touches so many lives everyday. HAI will always be close to my heart for the amazing work that they do. - volunteer and Donor.

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Life-changing

Did the organization use your time wisely?

Quite well

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Definitely

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2012

October 18, 2012
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April 3, 2012

Help Animals India is an extraordinarily inspirational non-profit organisation that not only helps to protect animals from cruelty and injury, but is also acutely aware of the environment in which the... more

October 18, 2012
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I have supported Help Animals India for some time and have huge admiration for the tireless work they do to raise funds for very deserving causes. Anybody who has travelled in India will have noticed the plight of animals there. Supporting and donating to HAI will make a huge difference. Without groups like this and leaders like Eileen those animals would suffer without help. Those of us who don't get involved directly with fund-raising should be very grateful for those that put in their time and energy in doing the hard work for us.

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2012

April 3, 2012
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Help Animals India is an extraordinarily inspirational non-profit organisation that not only helps to protect animals from cruelty and injury, but is also acutely aware of the environment in which the animals and people live.

Many of the charities that Help Animals India supports have
biogas plants which recycle cow dung for energy needs such as cooking which helps the local workers and neighbours. This determination to be aware of environmental issues saves precious funds and helps lessen carbon emissions by reducing the need for cooking fires and electricity.

There is also a very pressing need in India to reduce the amount of garbage that is dumped, particularly plastic, as it is invariably ingested by cows and goats causing enormous health issues including frequent and painful deaths. In many areas of India today plastic bags are being banned which should go some way to help avoid the terrible consequences that the dumping of non-biodegradeable items cause to animals and, over time, the natural environment.

Help Animals India takes a holistic approach to the many issues that surround animal welfare in a poor country. I am immensely grateful that there are people and organisations such as Help Animals India that selflessly and tirelessly work to alleviate pain and suffering for those who have no voice.

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2012

April 25, 2012
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April 25, 2012
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I traveled to Visakhapatnam, India to volunteer at this terrific animal shelter and found amazing people doing incredible work for the animals. The shelter is home to more than 6000 animals including Water Buffalo, Cows, Horses, Dogs, Cats, Star Tortoises, Guinea Pigs, Ducks and more. The animals live in excellent conditions and are well-loved by all the staff. Additionally, in the 15 years that the VSPCA has been operating, they have spayed, neutered and vaccinated over 70,000 street dogs! As a result, the condition of the street dogs in Visakhapatnam is better than any other city I visited in India. And the people are more kind to the animals, having seen the wonderful example set by the VSPCA.

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Life-changing

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Very Well

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When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

April 3, 2012

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April 3, 2012

Animals and the environment in India are in serious need of help. Poverty, apathy, hunger, superstition, pollution, overpopulation and simple ignorance are some of the reasons the animals and ecosystems there are in such peril.
Help Animals India is a wonderful non-profit (not a single
volunteer or worker gets a salary, 100% of donation go directly to animal rescue in India) that fights to help protect animals and bring about environmental awareness. The charities that Help Animals India supports recycle cow dung to produce bio-gas to make energy. This bio-gas reduces the need for electricity and can be used for cooking and helps the local communities.
Garbage and waste are another huge issue in India. plastic bags line the streets and animals from dogs to cows frequently ingest them, causing a plethora of health problems and painful deaths. Help Animals India supports surgery to remove plastics and garbage from the stomachs of animals, who would otherwise die. This also brings about more public awareness to the issues of non-biodegradable waste.
Help Animals India is doing the best they can within a poor and polluted country to inspire social awareness and action to protect the planet and animals that we share it with!

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2012

April 3, 2012
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Review from Guidestar
April 3, 2012
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Help Animals India is a fantastic organization that does the hard legwork of finding the best and most effective animal welfare groups in India, and supporting their projects. My experience working with them has been very positive, and they are truly committed to improving the lives of animals in India.

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A lot

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Quite well

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Definitely

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

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