More Kindness for animals
The Kindness Farm needs more plants
The new lands of the Kindness Farm need to be reforested to offer shade and food to the residents of the farm - the rescued animals and wildlife. This creates a place which is meant to serve as a role model for using recourses in a sustainable and eco-friendly way.
...is a home for rescued animals.
...helps wildlife to reestablish themselves in this region and provides a save territory.
...produces biogas from cow dung and cleaning agent or fertilizer from cow urine.
...uses solar power.
...leaves an ecological footprint as small as possible behind!
...creates jobs for women, who otherwise would barely have a chance at earning an income.
...does awareness training.
The famous Australian philanthropist, Philipp Wollen, and NetAP’s president Esther Geisser are the patrons of this unique farm.
With this amount, we can plant 200 bushes and 200 trees. This is really needed because the new land is 16‘000m2 (4 acres) big!
In order for all donations to be used solely on animal welfare projects all board members as well as the numerous volunteers work unsalaried. Administration expenses are all being covered by the board members or benefactors.
On the basis of great expert knowledge and many years of experience, does NetAP focus on improving the living conditions of the so called ’farm‘ animals and ‘street‘ animals.
The numerous projects in India are all in cooperation with our long standing partner Visakah Society for the Protection and Care of Animals (VSPCA). Besides the programs for dogs, cats and cows, there are also wildlife conservation programs for sea turtles, sharks and migrant birds as well as a program for the homeless.
I started working for NetAP when I wrote my bachelor thesis about Crowdfunding. And now I am a volunteer of NetAP and help in various areas, especially with organizational and administrative tasks. I studied International Business and Managment and I feel lucky to be able to use my education to support such a great organization!