We appreciate any and all donations made to our shelter. You are welcome to donate anything that can be used at a shelter.
We are really in need of the community’s assistance in help with dog and cat food, as well as donations to cover our vet expenses.
Your help will mean the world to these animals.
What your donation does for Wollies Animal Project
We have created a safe place for the lost and abandoned animals of Pretoria. We feed them, nurse them, clean them, spend time with them and look after them. We solely rely on donations from the public and we would like to continue to do all of this for many years to come. Every little bit helps.
How you can help
We would really appreciate any help that you can give us. We require funds, food and volunteers to keep the Wollies Animal Project a safe place for animals. If you are able to help us, please get in touch with us.
In order to make an offline donation we ask that you please follow these instructions:
If you would like to make a financial contribution, we have made it as easy as possible for you to help our animals
SMS (Deducts airtime from your account)
- To donate R10, SMS 'donate wollies' to 48748
- To donate R20, SMS 'donate wollies' to 40580
Alternatively, we accept bank deposits and Electronic Funds Transfers (EFT) to the following bank account:
Account Name: WOLLIES ANIMAL PROJECT NPO
Bank: FNB BANK
Branch Code: 250 655
Account Number: 620 696 74 292
Reference: "Your Name WERP"
How to use SnapScan:
1.Download the SnapScan App 2.Open SnapScan and use your phone's camera to scan the SnapCode displayed .
Pay. 3.Enter the amount you want to pay and confirm payment with your 4-digit PIN. Go! 4.That's it. You're done!
You are more than welcome to visit us at the shelter for donations of funds, time, pet food, petcare products and anything that you feel would benefit an animal shelter.
Once your donation has been received we will mark it as complete and you will receive an email receipt for your records. Please contact us with any questions you may have!
Wollies Animal Project NPO