#GiveHope to animals that have no one else
See ROLDA’s latest Annual Report
ROLDA UK was set up by Dana and Gemma who lead a growing group of wonderful, skilled volunteers. The purpose of the organisation is to rehome responsibly healthy and sociable dogs from our shelter to British families, to generate awareness and support for the Romanian animals and for the poor communities struggling to look after their pets responsibly. The organisation was founded on 16 July 2015, Reg. No. 1162690.
Suite 9273, PO Box 4336, Manchester, M61 0BW
Tax info: Donations are tax exempt and Gift Aid can be claimed.
Enable rescued dogs to receive medical assistance, sheltering and to be adopted in the UK.
Support fundraising efforts in the UK to benefit street dogs and cats in Romania as well as to campaign against illegal public shelter, against animal cruelty and abuses.
Encourage responsible adoptions which goes both ways: for the Romanian shelter to deliver healthy and sociable dogs and for the British adopters to be serious and committed.
Create a network of foster homes.
Possibility to sponsor at distance a dog rescued from streets or a poor community pet who struggles to live decently.
Provide supportive literature about various animal topics (Simple rules to keep your pet safe from the hot pavement; Mini guide about responsible dog ownership; How to create a disaster plan for your dog; Tips to travel with your pet; Pet Fire Safety; etc) which can be found here.
Offer free materials to download from ROLDA Online Shop (e.g. window sticker (pet window decal) useful for the rescue team to know how many pets you have inside, in case of disaster).
Net income at 30 June 2022: £35,311
Independent examiner: A J Syddall M.A., A.C.A., P B Syddall & Co, Chartered Accountants
Under Gift Aid, the HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) will usually top up every £1 given to ROLDA UK with 25p.
So our charity could receive £250 for every £1,000 you donate at no extra expense to you.
For donations to be eligible for Gift Aid, the donor needs to be a UK taxpayer and will have had to have paid an amount of income/capital gains tax equal to or higher than the amount claimed by all charities and CASCs from HM Revenue & Customs (taxes such as VAT and Council Tax do not qualify).
This means, for ROLDA UK to claim £2.50 on a £10 donation, the sponsor must have paid at least £2.50 in tax. Gift Aid cannot be claimed on company donations.
If a number of sponsors live at the same address, they must each complete the address and postcode fields.
The name, amount, address, and postcode fields must be filled out in the sponsor’s own handwriting. Donate individually.
You cannot make joint donations, for example from Mr. and Mrs. Smith. The HMRC needs to determine who the taxpayer is.
“I started working for ROLDA in 2015, doing a little bit of administration here and there. After hearing more about the plight of Romanian stray dogs, I started taking on more responsibilities, such as revamping the website and social media. I’m now involved in many aspects of the daily management of ROLDA, such as managing the UK team and bringing on new talented volunteers who can help us achieve our ambitions to save more dogs in need.”
“Wow I just looked on your page it brought tears to my eyes with happiness , your work, mission and most of all those children being involved is a crucial part of changing animals lives .Those children will be the building block and hopefully they can change the way people treat animals so important that they are involved. I also love all your ideas for the shelter, and how large so lots of doggies can be helped. Just great stuff to see. Good luck with your amazing work.”
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