Save Romanian Animals Like It’s Your Birthday!
Save Romanian animals from a cruel life and you’ll have an extra reason to be proud on your Birthday!
Want to make your birthday super special this year? Celebrate it by making a difference for animals!
It’s really easy – and the best part is that everything you need is available through your Facebook account.
- 1. Get ready: create your Facebook fundraising page here: https://www.facebook.com/fund/ROLDADOGS/. Make sure it’s ready to go on your special day.
- 2. Get set: setting a goal is a proven way to motivate people to pitch in. Add a zero to whatever age you’ll be this year. For example, turning 30? Go for 300$/EUR/GBP. Remember that no matter how much you bring in, every cent you raise will make a difference for animals.
- 3. Get creative: personalize your fundraising page. Choose a great photo, and write a short, personal message about why you’re using your birthday to help animals.
- 4. Share, share, share: share your page with your Facebook friends before and on your birthday so that they know what the perfect gift for you will be this year.
- 5. Celebrate: don’t forget to enjoy your big day – and remember to thank everyone for the birthday wishes and for helping you make a difference for animals.
Thank you on behalf of #roldadogs and the ROLDA Rescue Team!
ROLDA President’s Message May 2023
ROLDA Sverige was founded in 2014 by Lisa, and a group of volunteers dedicated to helping homeless animals live better. The main goals of this association are to help ROLDA Romania: fundraise to keep our shelters functional and rehome dogs from our shelters in Sweden.
The history of ROLDA large shelter read details
In 2004, ROLDA became aware of a horror scenario unfolding on our doorstep. A local steel mill, owned by one of Britain’s and the world’s richest men, Lakshmi Mittal, had become an involuntary home to countless stray dogs desperately seeking shelter and food.
Help for Chick
Chick was found not far from our shelter. She was extremely dehydrated and full of parasites. Flies were feeding on her bloody, cracked skin caused by repeated biting and scratching. She had chewed through most of her fur, leaving her damaged skin exposed to horrible infections which, sadly, had already begun to consume her from the outside in.