#GiveHope to animals that have no one else
See ROLDA’s latest Annual Report
ROLDA Sverige was set up by a group of Swedish animal lovers, led by our friend and volunteer animal activist, Lisa Hogberg. The purpose of the association is to rehome responsibly healthy and sociable dogs from our shelter to Swedish families, to generate awareness and support for the Romanian animals and for the poor communities struggling to look after their pets responsibly. The association was founded on 23 September 2014, reg. no. 802490-7050.
Association ROLDA Sverige
Dalhemsvägen 7, 691 42 Karlskoga
Enable rescued dogs to receive medical assistance, sheltering and to be adopted in Sweden
Donate to maintain, repair and expand ROLDA shelters for dogs and cats
Encourage responsible adoptions where it’s the duty of the Romanian shelter to deliver to Swedish families healthy, sociable dogs (and pay for medical costs when necessary) and request for adopters to be serious and committed in their duties for the adopted dogs
Support fundraising efforts in Sweden to benefit street dogs and cats in Romania as well as to campaign against illegal public shelter, against animal cruelty and abuses
Create a network of foster homes
Organize transport of donated supplies to ROLDA shelters
Reunite groups of volunteer visitors from Sweden to visit regularly the ROLDA shelters
Possibility to sponsor at distance a dog rescued from streets or a poor community pet who struggles to live decently.
“I got off the train in Galati and Dana picked me up, she drove me to the shelter and it was so nice to catch up with her since it was almost 2 years than my last visit. At the shelter I was greeted with a lot of wagging tails and kisses. ROLDA dogs are truly happy dogs and you can see that they are well taken care of because otherwise they wouldn’t be so happy and search for attention. But with that said we need to remember that a life in a kennel is not a life for a dog and we need to work harder to get these lovely dogs to their forever home. Dana showed me the...”
When you donate via these websites, a percentage of your purchase goes directly to our charity to help the animals from Romania, saved from neglect and abuses.