Support Us

Your generous donations enable us to provide food, vetenerarian care, hoof care, barn maintenance, stall bedding and other requirements to our donkeys.

Future Plan

We intend to look after more needy animals in the future and provide shelter to at least 40 donkeys at a time.

The projected plan and cost would amount to:

Land rent/lease:

INR Rs.35000/- per annum (around USD 645)

Salary

  • 2 Care takers @ INR Rs 6000 each = INR Rs. 12000/-per month (around USD 220). At present we have only one care taker
  • 1 Manager @ INR Rs. 5000/- per month. (around USD 92)
  • 1 Vet doctor @ INR Rs. 400/- per visit. (Average 04 visits per month) (Around USD 7 per visit)

Food

Food including Hay, Alpha Alpha and fresh vegetables for 40 donkeys on an average would cost around INR Rs.300, 000/- per annum. (around USD 5515)

Transportation

This includes fetching and bringing the animals to the sanctuary and transportation of food supply. INR Rs. 40000/- per annum.(around USD 735)

Other plans

  • Construction of one room with a small kitchen and a bathroom at the sanctuary for the care taker: around INR Rs. 200 000 to 250 000 only. (around USD 3675 to USD 4595)
  • Construction of one big storage room for storing food supply: around INR Rs.200 000 (around USD 3675)
  • Construction of two rooms for the increasing number of animals: around INR Rs.200 000 to 300 000  (around USD 3675 to USD 5515)
  • Construction of shade and sitting area for visitors: around INR Rs.200 000 (around USD 3675)

We appeal to your hearts to help us in which ever way you can. You may donate or sponsor a part of the future projects of “Home for helpless donkeys”.

You or your company can sponsor us financially or sponsor any product depending upon your budget and the requirements of the sanctuary..

For USD 200 or equivalent you can adopt a donkey for a year. You will be given an adoption certificate and a picture of your donkey.

Donkeys (and their cousins asses and mules) are almost as ubiquitous in India as are cows and dogs. And subjects of hard labour and scorn in equal measure. But not even in one’s wildest imagination could one think of a sanctuary for them. It turned out there is one, and in Leh town in Ladakh of all the places.

Read More