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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Animal Protection & Welfare, Animals, Environment, Wildlife Preservation & Protection

Mission: The Challenge for India’s Animals Despite some of the best animal protection laws in the world and a renowned heritage of reverence for life, modern India is a country where millions of animals suffer severe neglect or abuse. Overpopulation, poverty, pollution, superstition, apathy and ignorance all contribute to their plight. In a country where human misery and impoverishment remain high, the welfare of destitute animals is a low priority. Help Animals India’s Contribution India’s animals have strong indigenous allies. The nation is blessed with many dedicated animal welfare organizations. Help Animals India seeks out the best of these under funded organizations to provide financial and practical assistance where it can make the most difference. We strive not only to achieve immediate benefits for India’s animals, but to nurture an enduring culture of animal protectionism. Our goal is for all animals to live the lives they would choose for themselves.

Results: We managed to buy 4 ambulances for the needy groups that had no vehicle to rescue animals with! We helped build and support a sanctuary for over 1300 animals - the VSPCA!

Programs: Spay/neuter and rabies vaccinate street dogs and cats; rescue animals from the street; rescue wildlife and prevent poaching; anti plastic bag campaign, promote vegan diet;

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Help Animals India has done a splendid job of helping the Visakha SPCA, a project where I have some familiarity. As a consequence they have brought about significant improvements in the conditions under which non-human animals survive in the area. Eileen has a excellent knowledge of the operations on the ground at VSPCA and as a consequence she is able to direct attention to areas of greatest need. Help Animals India is highly regarded by all at Visakha and I cannot speak highly enough of their efforts in helping those who need it most.

1 Viranjini G.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I was so happy when I found out about Help Animals India because the animals in India truly need every bit of help and kindness they can get. I grew up in India so I know a little about the situation of animals there, and it gives me great hope to see that Help Animals India is doing their best. I would highly recommend this organization!

1 Smriti D.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Considering and rating Animal Welfare Works as “Green”, Help Animals India for its unconditional love and compassion to the animal friends, rescuing animals and promoting adoption of animals is doing a great work of noble cause by supporting and funding for Animal Birth Control Program, education materials and ambulances and many more at various corners of the world. We salute HAI!

Review from Guidestar

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Help Animals India fills a much needed niche in the nonprofit animal advocacy sector. They’re dedicated to ensuring that the Indian animal protection organizations who receive HAI funding have demonstrated they are doing the most beneficial and effective work for Indian animals. HAI is a work of passion and the founder is diligent in ensuring that the Indian organizations are completing their mission and putting the animals first. Moreover, HAI does a great service to the animal advocacy movement in that they assist in widening the circle of compassion and bring the plight of international animals on the radars of those in the West…. a much needed –and appreciated- service to the animal advocacy movement. But perhaps more important than anything, the folks at Help Animals India have a high standard of ethics, work from their values, and always, always make the animals the top priority.

Review from Guidestar