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Donate online

You can donate quickly and easily on our website, via card payment or PayPal. You can also donate to Jai Dog Rescue via the following platforms:

 

If you’re a UK taxpayer, please consider adding Gift Aid to your donation as this allows us to claim an additional 25p for every £1 you make from HMRC, at no additional cost to you.

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Set up a regular donation

We are reliant on the generosity of our regular donors to help us grow, do more, and reach thousands more stray dogs still in need of our help.

Your regular gift will contribute to all aspects of our work: from our monthly sterilisation clinics which help improve quality of life for stray dogs on Thailand’s streets; to our emergency rescue and aid campaigns, saving sick and injured dogs who would otherwise be overlooked.

Thank you so much for your ongoing support.

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Donate via text

It’s now easier than ever to help street dogs in need, and your support could mean the difference between life and death.

To give a one-time amount, text JAI to 70085 to give £5.

To set up a regular text donation, text JAIDOG to 70085 to give £3 p/month.

If you’d like to give a different amount, you can text any amount of your choice up to £20. For example: text JAI20 to donate £20; or JAIDOG10 to give £10 p/month.

Texts cost your chosen donation amount + standard message rates. The service is provided by Donr, and is available to all major UK networks on a paid-monthly plan. 

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Donate via bank transfer

You can set up a monthly donation via Direct Debit, using our monthly donation form.

If you’d prefer to make a one-time transfer, or set up a standing order directly from your bank account, you can do so using the following details:

United Kingdom 

Bank Name: CAF Bank
Account Name: Jai Dog Rescue
Account Number: 00031060
Sort Code: 40-52-40

Thailand 

Bank: Kasikorn Bank
Account Name: Bon Jardin Foundation
Account Number: 034-1-61725-1

We’d love to thank you for your generosity: drop us an email to info@jaidogrescue.org to let us know if you’ve made a donation via direct bank transfer.

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Donate via cheque

We’re happy to accept cheque donations if you’d prefer to give via this method.

Cheques should be made payable to: Jai Dog Rescue 

and delivered to:

Jai Dog Rescue Accounts Team,
103 Gaunt Street,
London,  SE1 6DP

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Sponsor a Jai Dog

Sponsoring one of our resident rescue dogs is a beautiful way of showing how much you care about the lives of less fortunate dogs. Your support allows us to continue our work to provide shelter for those who need it most.

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Amazon Smile

You can help a street dog in need simply by shopping on Amazon. Amazon Smile donates a small percentage of all purchases to a charity of your choice – and we’d be delighted if you chose us!

To get started, visit smile.amazon.co.uk. If it’s your first time visiting, you’ll be asked to select your chosen charity. If you’ve used Amazon Smile before but would like to change your chosen charity, you can find out how here.

Once registered, you simply need to remember to use the ‘smile.amazon’ version of Amazon whenever you shop: it’s as easy as that.

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Any more questions?

If you have any further questions about how you can donate towards our work on the ground, please view our FAQs, or get in touch if you’re still unsure.

Donation FAQs

How can I help street dogs in Thailand? Plus icon

The fastest and most effective way to make a difference is to give a donation. We’re reliant on the generosity of our supporters, and are grateful for whatever you can spare. However small or large, your donation really can transform the life of street dog in Thailand. 

We’re also grateful for the support of volunteers: from fundraisers to flight buddies to foster carers 

You can find out more about the different ways you can help here. 

What is your mission? Plus icon

Our mission is to transform the lives of street dogs in Thailand. Our vision is for a world in which every stray has its day. 

You can read more about our mission, vision and values here.

How do I set up a monthly donation? Plus icon

You can set up a regular donation via credit/debit card or direct bank transfer: set up your monthly donation here.

Where are you based? Plus icon

Jai Dog Rescue is verified as both a UK registered charity (#1172313) and a legally registered charity in Thailand: we are truly international, with a concrete link between our work on the ground in Thailand and our UK / overseas adoption service.  

Our shelter is based in the central Thai province of Nakhon Nayok, in the heart of rural Thailand. Here, we are able to provide aid and emergency rescue at the source, and have the opportunity to witness first-hand the problem on the ground. We work 365 days a year within the community to transform the lives of street dogs in Thailand. 

The majority of our fundraising and adoption operations services take place here in the UK. We’re blessed to have a dedicated community of UK supporters who recognise the plight of stray dogs in Thailand and have a genuine desire to help. 

What is Streetdog SOS / Bon Jardin? Plus icon

Jai Dog Rescue was previously registered under the name(s) Streetdog SOS (2019), and Bon Jardin (2017). Whilst there has been no change in our mission, governance or management, we rebranded the charity in 2021 to reflect our desire to focus on our mission and the work we do, rather than just the problem we face. 

Rest assured that our shelter, our work and our team remain unchanged. We remain utterly committed to our mission to transform the lives of street dogs in Thailand. We’re grateful for the continued support of our wonderful community of donors and supporters: thank you. 

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