Be a True Husky Hero

Commit to a monthly donation and complete our online debit order form here

Even R50 per month will make you a true Husky Hero

We currently have 50+ huskies in our care. We foster the dogs on our rented farm in Cato Ridge until such time we can find them good homes. Some huskies are lucky and only have a short stay with us, while others have a much longer stay.

We are looking for 300 regular monthly donors of a R100 each to assist us in covering the minimum of our monthly running costs.

Our monthly running expenses are as follows:

Dry Food (kibble)  R6500 
Meat and Vegetables added to the kibble R2500 
Supplements and medication R1000
Deworming R1000
Tick and Flea Control R6000
Cleaning products R660
Vet Bills, ongoing R3000
Utilities (Blankets, bowls, collars, etc.) R1000
Staff (2 full time / 2-part time) R6800
Property Rent R8000
Total R36460


How can you help?

Our NPO Account
The Lebanon ARROHHH (we trade as Husky Rescue KZN)
First National Bank
Acc No 6222 753 5913
Hillcrest, Branch code 223726
International Swift code firnzajjxxx
Bank address:
5A Old Main Road Hillcrest 3610
Postal address:
P O Box 2253 Hillcrest 3650
Reference: Your Name
Debit Order
Be a true Husky Hero and complete a debit order to pay a monthly donation. Even as little as R50 a month will be a huge help!!
Sign up using our easy online debit order mandate now

Scan our Zapper QR code with your phone and donate quickly and easily
Our Food Account: My Pet
MyPet (Pty) Ltd
Nedbank 1141 984 865,
Pinetown 198765
Reference: RUT500 or Husky Rescue
Our Veterinary Account
Village Veterinary Clinic Kloof
Standard Bank 051 993 023,
Branch 045526
Reference: Husky Rescue
Food & Other Donations
We will also gladly take donations of food such as Montego, Jock & Husky Tinned Meat. As well as second hand goods that are still in good condition such as blankets, towels, bowls, leads, brushes etc.
"If you can’t adopt, foster; if you can’t foster – sponsor; if you can’t sponsor – volunteer; if you can’t volunteer – donate; if you can’t donate – educate, network and share. EVERYONE can do something, big or small, to help save a life!”