Donations

We have a variety of ways you can donate, and we value every euro we receive.

Donate now through Paypal

You can donate now via the Paypal link. You don't need a Paypal account to do this, and most major debit and credit cards are accepted.

Please mark your donation as "A gift to AAR". We then receive your full donation without any deduction or handling charge.

Also, if you give us your Passport number, NIE, DNI or National Insurance number we won´t pay tax on your donation.

Thank you.

Give regularly through Teaming
  • Teaming is a tool for raising funds for social causes by giving just 1€ a month
  • It's an automatic process - you dont have to worry about it every month
  • It's commission free - AAR receives exactly 1€ from you
Bank Transfer

You can make a transfer directly to our account with Banco Sabadell. All the details you'll need are listed below:

Bank: Banco Sabadell

Address: Avd. Andalucia 76, 29740 Torre del Mar

Account: 0081 7431 91 0001801189

SWIFT/BIC: BSABESBB

IBAN: ES76 0081 7431 9100 0180 1189

Leave a Legacy

Have you ever considered making a legacy to Axarquia Animal Rescue in your Will?

It will cost you nothing in your lifetime but can give the gift of life to many vulnerable animals that tragically might otherwise be destroyed. In fact every donation, whatever the amount, can help save an animal's life.

Contact us for more details.

Donate Items

Do you have unwanted items lying around the house, garage or store room?

If so, would you consider donating them to our AAR Charity Shop in Torre del Mar. We'll either sell them through the shop, or through our "Online Shop" on Facebook.

Donations can be left at the shop, or at our regular stalls at Trapiche Market every Tuesday or Puente Don Manuel Market every Friday. Alternatively, contact us and we can make other arrangements.

Vets in the Axarquia

See a list of some of the vets local to the Axarquia

Reporting Abuse

If you need to report a case of cruelty please contact SEPRONA

If you find a stray ...

dog or cat abandoned in the Axarquia region, here's what to do