North Canterbury Chicken Rescue

Cause page created in the Animals category by Manda Gill


$2,325 donated
Given by 38 generous donors in around 11 months

We rescue unwanted and dumped chickens to rehabilitate these for rehoming.

  Canterbury

North Canterbury Chicken Rescue is operated by Manda Gill, and is dedicated to the rescue and rehoming of unwanted and dumped chickens.

NCCR is volunteer managed and relies on donations to maintain its operations.

We house hundreds of pullets, hens and roosters at any given time, undertake frequent rescue operations, take on surrendered chickens that are no longer wanted by owners, and rehome thousands of chickens per year.

If you can help alleviate our extensive ongoing costs (housing, equipment, feed, dietary supplements, medical treatment, mileage etc) with a one-off or regular donation, it would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for making a difference ♡

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/NCChickenRescue

Instagram:

https://www.instagram.com/nthcantychickenrescue

Use of funds

Donations will be used to offset operational costs associated with running North Canterbury Chicken Rescue.

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Latest donations

Tom
Tom 5 days ago
$50
Fiona
Fiona on 13 Jun 2021
For the roos especially the ones rescued recently :-)
$25
Burnt Hill
Burnt Hill on 06 Jun 2021
Thank you for all your hard work
$50
Tom
Tom on 22 May 2021
$25
Juanita
Juanita on 16 May 2021
You do a great job rescuing beautiful chickens. Thank you so much
$40

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This page was created on 19 Aug 2020 and closes on 19 Aug 2021.
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