How you would like to help?
You can use a credit or debit card to donate by phone on:
UK: +44 (0)20 8471 7666
US: +1 727 599 8148
Thank you for helping fight cruelty to animals around the world.
By supporting our work, you are reaching out with caring hands to stop animal abuse. If you have any questions about donations or legacies, please view the FAQ section or contact us:
+1 727 599 8148
+44 (0)20 8471 7666
+27 21 794 9149
+264 81 6531867
9am-5pm, Monday to Friday (EST)
Please note: NFA is involved in many projects to protect the welfare of animals. Contributions to NFA support all of our worthy programs and give us the flexibility to respond to emerging needs. Thank you for your support and consideration.
In the United States, Network for Animals (as Network for Animals USA, Inc.) is an IRS-designated 501(c)(3) charitable organization (tax ID# 47-1431869), donations to which are tax-deductible to the full extent provided by law.
In the United Kingdom, Network for Animals (as Network for Animals Limited) is a non-profit organization registered at Companies House (registration #3285050).
Frequently asked questions
Yes, NFA does automatically provide tax receipts for US donations during January of each year. Actually, the IRS requires these be provided to any donor who makes donations totalling $250+ (lump sum or in the aggregate) during any calendar year. If you decide to donate, even if in a smaller amount, if you request a tax receipt NFA will send one.
At this time, NFA does not have a calendar, shirts, coffee mugs (or other products) to offer. This is something we are looking into for the future.
NFA is pleased to now accept Bitcoin donations:
Anti-flea and tick medications are always needed as well as anti-itch medications, sedatives, wound cleansing medications and medications for pain and bacterial infections. Medication for mange. Gauze, rubber gloves, cotton swabs – the general daily necessary kinds of things for treating dogs and cats are also always important.
NFA does not organize rehoming of dogs, instead it supports dedicated organizations that undertake this important work. In-country inoculations, paperwork, air transport (and often poor conditions while being transported), clearance upon arrival, pick up in the destination country, etc. can all become quite complicated and costly – and our staff is very small. So, for the most part we work to secure homes in the country where the dogs are rescued.