Donate Funds

Playa Animal Rescue is in constant need of monetary donations. We receive NO governmental funding, and rely only on the generosity of our supporters. Playa Animal Rescue has a 501C3 non-profit status in the US and can provide US charitable tax receipts for any donations.

There are many ways that you can donate funds to the shelter to our general fund, or specific projects:
Mail – send a check in US Dollars to:

Playa Animal Rescue
20 Copperfield Avenue
North Easton, MA 02356

One Time Donation – Please donate using the paypal links below, or send funds to



Monthly Automatic Donation or Monthly Sponsor of a Dog
You can donate monthly to the shelter for our general fund, or you can sponsor a dog and have the funds go directly to that dog’s care. This includes vet care, vaccinations, food, water, and general care.

We also have various specific projects where you can send funds:

The completion of our Vet Clinic for the Shelter–
Construction of the Shelter – Honor a loved one–
You can honor or memorialize a loved one, either a pet or a person by donating the entire cost of one element of the Playa Animal Rescue shelter.


For your donation we will place a memorial plaque on the element you funded, with your loved one’s name and any other dedication or message you wish.
The elements and costs still available include:
Palapa- $8909.00 U.S.
Vet Apartment- $11,900.00 U.S.
Clinic- $11,900.00 U.S..
Public Bathroom- $850.00 U.S.
Storage Area- $830.00 U.S.

Vet Clinic:
Our vet clinic at this time has the basic necessities to care for the dogs at the shelter, but it is not completed. We still need testing equipment and other items to allow the vet to provide the best possible care for the dogs of PAR. Please refer to the list of items on our donation items as to what can be purchased directly, or donate funds to us to purchase these items.

Our long Term Goal
We also wish to expand the clinic to provide a low cost alternative for the pets of local people who have fewer resources. Help us raise awareness for a culture of non-violence towards animals. To do this, we need large capital funding projects to assist with that expansion.