New Beginnings Rescue Centre

Location for New Beginnings Rescue Centre
Country: South Africa
Province: Free State
City / Town: Bloemfontein
Street Address: Plot 66, Roodewal, Maselspoort road, Bloemfontein
Directions: New Beginnings Rescue Centre Address:

(Drive towards the airport. At the airport circle, turn right and at the next small circle right again. Follow the road (Maselspoort road) for 8 km. You will drive past Irene Foodzone and Kopano Nokeng lodge. We are on the right hand side of the road, 4km past Kopano Nokeng Lodge. You will find two large New Beginnings signboards. Please phone the number on the gate for someone to open.)

Please always remember to make an appointment before going to our Rescue Centre, since we are extremely busy with important rehabilitation work and other field work projects.
(Appointments can be made via sms or whatsapp / e-mail: 072 636 6663 / adoptions@newbeginningscharity.co.za )

Office Hours to the public for appointments:
Mondays - Fridays: 10h00 – 16h00
Saturdays - 10h00 - 13h00
CLOSED ON SUNDAYS AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

You are welcome to bring a donation with when you visit our Rescue Centre. We are ALWAYS in desperate need of items to keep us going!

Info for New Beginnings Rescue Centre
Service Type Animal Welfare Organisation or Animal Shelter
Brief description of service New Beginnings is a non-profit organization (120-496NPO) which has been registered in 2013.

Our organization believes in striking at the root. We don’t merely rescue animals, rather we identify the root, which results in long term change. We work with people and animals and our main drive and passion is our love for God’s people as well as His creation. We strive to touch as many lives possible by the work we do.

Our main strategy and activities are:
• Rescue and rehabilitation of abused and neglected animals (at our Rescue Centre)
• Daily assistance in emergencies where animals are neglected and/or abused (mostly in rural areas)
• Medical assistance for animals in rural areas
• Sterilisation programmes to assist in population control
• Kennel project to provide shelter to animals in rural areas with no cover from elements
• Education programmes at schools, companies and social media
• Food project to provide food to starving animals
• Outreaches in less privileged areas
• Assisting less privileged families with basic items
• Other people projects like Christmas projects at orphanages etc.
• Animal Therapy with children who has problematic behaviour
• Community Projects to create jobs in rural areas and enable people to take care of their families and pets

These are some of our current projects and we are striving to enlarge our vision and get a mobile clinic into place to do even more.
Together with these projects we run a beautiful Rescue Centre where we can house more or less 70 animals. These animals are all rescued from horrendous circumstances. Our team then rehabilitates them and they are placed up for adoption through very strict systems and home checks. We ensure that each animal that are rescued by New Beginnings are sterilized, vaccinated, de-wormed, de-flead and collar and tagged to be placed in a suitable and loving home.

We have a kennel project where we hand out kennels in less privileged areas. When working in these areas on a weekly basis, we try to alleviate suffering in any way we can. We do this by handing out blankets, bowls, food, replacing wire, chain and rope with leather collars, and providing basic medical care to the animals. When possible, we also provide some necessities to the people. We also reward the people who took our education by heart and are looking after their pets to the best of their abilities. We also set up running wires in these areas for the chained up dogs to move around more freely and we EDUCATE and ECOURAGE as far as we go. We treat not only the animals with utmost respect, but our motto is also that at the end of every leash, is a human being. We therefore treat everyone with respect - whether they deserve it or not. We believe that you can only change the world through love, kindness and respect.
We also provide a stepping stone to less privileged families by helping to fulfil their basic daily needs by providing them with food, school supplies and toiletries, to mention but a few.

New Beginnings is audited by MFI auditors as well as the Social Development and we have the stamp of approval from the CAF. We have an open book policy where the public are more than welcome to first visit us, ask questions and decide if they want to trust us with their donations and funds.

We are really passionate about the work we do and we strive for excellence. We are not a perfect organization, but we do try to do everything out of love, with wisdom and to the best of our human abilities.

If you want to become involved, please follow the link to our : How to get involved page or contact info@newbeginningscharity.co.za

Options on how to become involved at New Beginnings:

Options include:
• Networking for us; sharing our facebook posts; networking our animals by sharing their photos; spreading the word about New Beginnings and forwarding our e-mails. Like and share our facebook page: www.facebook.com/newbeginningscharity
• Collecting items for our Rescue Centre (Find our wishlist attached)
• You can also visit our Rescue Centre (by appointment) to spend time with our animals. We usually have volunteer visiting days on Fridays / Saturdays, so you are more than welcome to make an appointment and come help out at the Rescue Centre (by walking and brushing our animals, spending time here and doing what needs to be done) Contact: 072 636 6663/ adoptions@newbeginningscharity.co.za for appointment.
• Supporting/networking our sms line: SMS the words DONATE NB to 42646 (R30 per sms) We really need funds to continue the work we do
• Arrange a fundraiser for us (with our approval)
• Keep a New Beginnings donation can at your workplace for donations (Contact: admin@newbeginningscharity.co.za)
• Make sure you have a My School card and New Beginnings is your beneficiary. Please follow this link and apply online for your My School card. It is free of charge and only takes about one minute. You receive your card via postage, free of charge!: https://www.myschool.co.za/supporter/apply/
• Making sure that everyone you know are educated on sterilization and why it is so important to sterilize your pets (see article attached) Prevention is better than cure!
• Adopting a pet from us and saving two lives! The one you adopted and the one taking his or her place at the shelter. Contact: 072 636 6663 / adoptions@newbeginningscharity.co.za
• Tag all your pets and spread the word about tagging! You can order your ID Tag at adoptions@newbeginningscharity.co.za for only R60!
• Arrange a presentation at your Work place / School. Contact adoptions@newbeginningscharity.co.za for more information or to book an appointment for us to visit you
• Support our Kennel project and sponsor R800.00 to New Beginnings which will enable us to take a kennel, blanket, running wire, food, bowls & collar to an animal in the rural areas who has NOTHING and often freeze to death in winter. You can send your POP and details to info@newbeginningscharity.co.za and we will e-mail you the photo of the animal you have helped!
• Signing a debit order at New Beginnings for any amount and becoming a partner who supports us on a monthly basis! Find debit order attached. If you sign a debit order of R300 per month, you can sponsor a kennel and we will put a sign on the kennel with your name and details (please note on debit order if you want to sponsor a kennel.) E-mail debit order to: admin@newbeginningscharity.co.za
• Do a once off donation into our account to help us rescue more broken animals.
New Beginnings
62415039313
FNB Cheque Account
252005
Ref: Name & Donation

• Join our pledge system. This is an amazing way to contribute. You choose an item on our pledge list and pledge to donate that item or items for one year on a monthly basis. If you are interested to join our pledge system, please contact admin@newbeginningscharity.co.za

• Donate items from our Wish List in our Donation Trolleys or bins at selected outlets!

Our Services cater for Dogs, Cats
Welfare organisation wishlist NEW BEGINNINGS RESCUE CENTER WISH LIST:

* Hills Dog / Eukanuba food for our special need animals
* Dog & Cat Food (preferred brand – Montego & Whiskas, but any other brand also welcome)
* Bowls & Ice Cream tubs
* Leather Collars & Leashes
* Cat collars
* Small key holder rings
* Cat litter
* Cat nip
* Blankets
* Dog Treats
Buy at vets:
* Front-line / Spot on for puppies and dogs
* De-worming tablets for dogs and cats
* Edcodex Dip
* Sebomild Shampoo
* Hills canned food (for special need animals)
* F10 Disinfectant / Hand wash / Ointment
Hardware shops:
* Deltab
* Any Dog Kennels
* Varnish, Wax Oil & Carbolinium for kennels
For people:
* Beanies
* Socks
* Scarves
* Nappies
* Toys
* Long life milk
* Groceries (‘’Pap’’, Soya mince, long life milk, tea, sugar, tinned food, 2 minute noodles, etc)
* Toiletries (Toothpaste, soap, shampoo etc)
* Blankets
* Sweets packets
* Clothes DONATIONS TO PAY THE BILLS!! (It costs about R130 000 per month for New Beginnings to run all our projects and Rescue Centre.)
Please donate to help us pay the bills
New Beginnings, 62415039313, FNB Cheque Account, 252005
Or Sms the words: DONATE NB to 42646 (R30 per sms)

We also need sponsorship for Diesel!! We drive to the rural areas on a weekly basis to rescue abused and starved animals.
We also need Electricity – if you want to buy us electricity for the shelter, please contact
info@newbeginningscharity.co.za for our meter number.
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