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We are a no-kill shelter, rescuing and re-homing abandoned dogs from death row in Sydney's pounds
  Bequests and Cash Donations  


To keep saving lives we need the support and encouragement of the public. We have a list of goods that we have a particular need on our " Needs" page.

Otherwise, you can make a cash donation directly by using your credit card to pay off some of our veterinary costs. If you would like to mail us a donation, please send to Doggie Rescue, 8 Chiltern Road, Ingleside, NSW 2101. Please make cheques / money orders payable to You can also donate online using a credit card or a PayPal account by clicking here.
Cash donation can be made either at out Ingleside shelter at 2 McCowan Rd cnr Bloodwood Rd Ingleside, or at Boags News, Shop 4, 1 Botany Rd Waterloo.

All help is greatly appreciated! Thank you from the bottom of our paws!

Money Tins

You can also help DoggieRescue by becoming a money tin collector. Do you own a shop/vet clinic or do you have a local café where they would be happy to collect change for our doggies? If so please call the office on 9486 3133 for details. We do not post money tins. Personal collections/drop offs are essential.


How a Legacy in your Will can help homeless dogs

There are millions of pet dogs in Australia and the majority of them spend their entire lives in kind and loving homes where they are treated as one of the family. Some pets though are not as lucky. Whether they are carelessly lost or cruelly abandoned, DoggieRescue provides a lifeline for a thousand dogs every year. It is for these unfortunate animals that DoggieRescue exists.

DoggieRescue gives all these ex-pound dogs a second chance in life. Despite providing this service DoggieRescue receives no public funding, relying entirely on public donations. It costs around $0.5 million per year to run DoggieRescue.

Legacies are very important to DoggieRescue's current income, and this page will tell you how you can help by leaving a legacy in your Will for the dogs who will find their way to DoggieRescue in the future. (Of course, while you're thinking about this important issue, why not consider making an online donationor buying some of our fabulous merchandise. Every little bit helps you know!!)

Why you should put your affairs in order

It is not always easy to think about making your Will, but it is the only way you can be absolutely sure that your Estate will pass to those who you wish to benefit and that you can choose the person who will look after your affairs. By leaving clear and precise instructions about the disposal of your Estate, you will also save your loved ones from unnecessary distress at a time when they are least able to cope with it.

In case you are still not convinced ….

If you do not leave a valid Will, you are said to die 'intestate'. Your estate will be divided according to legislation. No part of your estate will go to a charity if you die intestate, so whatever you may have 'said' about leaving a gift to a charity, the only way to ensure this will happen is by including a bequest to the charity in your Will.

If you would like to leave a legacy to DoggieRescue you can include the following paragraph when making or updating your Will :

"I leave $ to ABN 49 098 918 471 for its general purposes and I direct that the receipt of the secretary, treasurer, or other proper officer of that organization is a sufficient receipt for my Trustee and that my Trustee is not obliged to see to the application of this bequest."

The above wording may need to be adapted for your particular circumstances. For example you may wish to leave a percentage of your assets to DoggieRescue rather than a lump sum, or perhaps a particular valuable asset, such as shares, an antique, or real estate.

You should seek legal advice before using it.

Thank you

Thank you for supporting DoggieRescue. If you are considering leaving a bequest to DoggieRescue or you would like any further information do not hesitate to contact us on (Phone) 0429 0444 84 or by e-mail

We would love to hear from you.

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