sponsor a dingo
Loving the vulnerable
Love saves lives. That is why, each and every day, our volunteer team pours out countless hours of love and devotion toward vulnerable dingoes who need our help.
Some of these vulnerable dingoes are displaced pets surrendered by their owners, while others were dumped or rescued from abusive homes. Perhaps the most vulnerable of the dingoes we help are the tiny wild-born orphan pups who are usually discovered starving and abandoned in the wild because their parents have been culled by poisoned baits, traps or bullets. So many come to us sick, frail and traumatised by the heartbreaking experiences they've endured.
We give our lives to care for the wild-hearted and we recognise that you, our loving supporters, desire to help these vulnerable dingoes too, with the personal touch of private sponsorship.
Partnering together through sponsorship
These beautiful souls have won my heart. The opportunity to help them feels so good, and as I have gotten to know their stories I want to do more and more. Dingoes are a such unique Australian animals that really need our help. Sponsoring them is the least that I can do for this country I've learned to call home.
Sponsorship affords you the same privilege that we value: helping the wild-hearted recover from sickness, trauma, life-threatening scenarios and abandonment. We love to see these beautiful dingoes become healthy and happy and we know that you do too.
As a sponsor you will receive an information pack about your sponsor-dingo, updates on their progress, and have the opportunity to visit them at our sanctuary.
Sponsorship helps us provide a tailored care plan for each dingo. This includes:
Three levels of sponsorship are available to help our precious dingoes in need:
BRONZE CARE - $10 week ($1.42 day)
You support a dingo by contributing 25% of care expenses.
SILVER CARE - $20 week ($2.85 day)
You support a dingo by contributing 50% of care expenses.
GOLD CARE - $40 week ($5.70 day)
You support a dingo by contributing 100% of care expenses plus give urgent relief to dingoes in life-threatening conditions awaiting sponsorship.
Tax deductible giving
All donations to Dingo Den Animal Rescue are 100% tax deductible for Australian residents. This means you can claim your sponsorship contributions as tax deductions at the end of each financial year.
ACNC Registered Charity
Dingo Den Animal Rescue is a not-for-profit organisation, registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission (ACNC). As such, we are legally endorsed and supported by the ACNC and are responsible for reporting all income and expenditures to the ACNC at the end of each financial year. This means that each dollar of every donation we receive is accounted for, providing supporters with the confidence that we are a reputable and transparent charity.
Endorsed by the ATO as a DGR
To support those who support us, we have worked diligently to become endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) by the Australian Tax Office (ATO). DGR status demands a charity meets strict criteria and is not an easy status to achieve, but it’s one we deem worthwhile. Having done the hard yards, the ATO considers our charity a worthy cause to support, and as such, offers all Australian residents with a tax deduction if they donate to us. We’ve become a DGR for you. It’s our way of saying thank you for supporting us.
Copper was brought into our care with his pregnant partner, Bonnie, on Mother's Day 2018. Our team worked day and night to prepare a nursery for this gorgeous family.
Bonnie was brought into to our care with her partner, Copper, on Mother's Day 2018. Bonnie was heavily pregnant and gave birth to five beautiful pups only a few days later.
Zuke was found at just 5 weeks of age, in a quarry in a non-dingo-friendly state. He came into our care starving, thirsty and terrified. He is currently in rehabilitation.
Manuka is a gorgeous wild-born orphan who had a very rough start to life. She came to us at 14 weeks old with a broken tail, back wounds, malnourished and suffering with mange.
Mistaken as a German Shepherd, Wanbi was surrendered to a dog shelter before coming to our sanctuary at 16 weeks of age. Loving and kind he is a wild-born orphan from NSW.
Muppet, affectionately known as the Divine Miss M, was found in bush land in an anti-dingo state. Orphaned at 3 weeks she was struggling to survive, but is now on the road to recovery.
Banjo is a cheeky wild-born orphan from an anti-dingo state. With eyes that make you melt this little boy came to us at just 6 weeks of age. He was tiny and under weight but happy.
EGBERT, affectionately knows as Eggy at our sanctuary, came into our lives as a tiny 8 week old pup. Rescued from an anti-dingo state he is a wild-born orphan who now has a future.
Fern is a gorgeous sable dingo who was rescued in the wild from an anti-dingo state. She lives at our sanctuary and enjoys life with her new fur-family.
Rescued from bushland in an anti-dingo state, little Adina is a wild-born orphan who has made her home at our sanctuary. True to her indigenous name, she is as beautiful as she is good.