Make a Donation

It will go such a long way in helping us save more animals.

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Donate via Paypal

Want to make a positive impact in the San Francisco community? It really is as simple as making a donation. No amount of time or money is too small or too large! We appreciate all the help you can provide and guarantee that it will be put to excellent use. Contact us to learn more about what we do with the donations we receive.

Donate via bank transfer

Just use our bank details to make a donation.

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Teaming

This initiative involves donating 1 euro a month. Not even the price of a cup of coffee. If enough people contribute 1 euro per month, it could revolutionise how we do things and we would be able to save so many more animals. It only takes 30 seconds to sign up.

Booking.com

If you click on the button below, a percentage of your holiday booking sum will be donated to AINF by Booking.com - this is at no extra cost to yourself or your booking.

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Gift a donation

If you know an animal lover who would be touched by a gift donation made in their name then please get in touch. We can prepare bespoke donation-gift packages including personalised certificates, key rings and newsletters.

Donate with cryptocurrency

You send an email to crypto.ainf@mail.com with the cryptocurrency you want to donate and 
we reply with the wallet address.

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Volunteer Your Time

We need help on the ground whether it's helping at events or driving dogs to their vet appointments.

Sponsor a dog instead

Regular monthly donations help us survive and are so crucial to helping us succeed

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Weʼre raising £1,000 to help pay for medical bills and rehabilitation of this poor, weak, skeletal boy who is covered in parasites and was abandoned on a busy road.

This poor dog was left at Prodean in a desperate state. He was tied outside the shelter by a very busy road. He is emaciated and covered in ticks and parasites. His face and body is covered in scratches and cuts, we only can dread to think of what he has been through. He is extremely weak and has given up.
Thankfully he is now safe but he has a long way to go. He needs to rehabilitate in the safety of private kennels. He needs extensive medical treatment so he can regain his health. Life has been cruel to him so far but we can give him the second chance he deserves. Please donate to save him.