“We believe that we have a responsibility to make a positive impact, from giving back to continuing our journey to become a more sustainable brand.”
It has certainly been a whirlwind for all of us over the past year. This pandemic has affected every aspect of life everywhere, including animals in Bali. It has put animals in a dire situation, with many of them left starving and abandoned on the streets. Sadly, here in Bali, stray animals can be found practically everywhere you turn and it’s been an ongoing issue since forever.
Photo by Mission Pawsible, Little Steps Matter, and BAWA
At Suaka Living, we’re committed to helping all animals in need in our community by supporting animal welfare and charitable organizations in Bali that are devoting their lives to rescue our four-legged friends whenever possible. 10% of every purchase you make will be donated to protect the lives of all animals in need. When you purchase our products, you decide where your donation goes by mentioning any of the following rescuers you want to support upon check out and Suaka Living will donate to them.
Little Steps Matter
Little Steps Matter is a non-profit organization actively taking care of stray dogs and cats: feeding, treatment, sterilization, education, and also adoption. It was founded by Sabine Kaufmann, a lifelong animal lover and defender of animal rights originally from Germany.
Mission Pawsible is an Australian, Bali-based dog rescue charity - founded in 2015 by Prue Barber who made the move from Melbourne to Bali after a visit inspired her to rescue abandoned dogs. It is operated by a small team with a big heart who has saved and helped more than 1000 animals and counting through rescue, rehabilitation and rehome initiatives.
Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA)
Founded in 2007 by Janice Girardi, Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA) is a non-profit organisation based in Bali, Indonesia, works every day to relieve the suffering and save the lives of all animals in Bali and beyond. BAWA directly relieves the suffering of animals by providing emergency response and rescue, food and medication, rehabilitation and adoption. BAWA practices humane population control, disease control and runs intensive education and advocacy programs for sustainable improvement to animal welfare now and into the future.
Founded by two sisters, Chantal and Desy, Bali Paws’ mission is to help unloved and unwanted dogs and cats get back on their paws and find them the perfect owner and a new loving forever home. They also provide free sterilizations and vaccinations to all foster families and residents who cannot afford to pay, along with foster and adoption programs. They put their whole heart into caring for the dogs and help to reduce the animal suffering.
Bali Rumah Singgah Satwa (Bali RuSS)
Bali RuSS was founded by Tio Russ with a very simple mission of saving and giving a better life to all animals in Bali, especially dogs and cats - both living stray as well as domesticated but do not have adequate care for various reasons. This organization saves them from a variety of threats such as illness, abuse, consumption and elimination and giving them an adequate medical care, enough nutrition, and a decent place to live.
We believe that by working to improve animal welfare, we're not only saving the lives of animals who need our help but are also building a better community.
Together we can make big changes - you make a purchase; we'll donate.