Donate via PayPal quickly by filling in our donation form– you can set up a monthly recurring donation or a one off payment- the animals will love you for it! 🙂
You may transfer money directly into any of our Bank accounts, and will receive endless karma and kudos if you set up a monthly recurring donation. Please contact us so we know to expect it, who it’s from, and what it’s for. We recommend using Transferwise to send money to our Thai account as this will reduce fees dramatically.
You can buy a Bank Draft in Thai Baht from your Bank, made out in Payment to ‘Phangan Animal Care’, and send it to us by registered post – please see Contact Us for postage details.
PACS has many donation boxes at establishments all over the island, so next time you buy yourself a drink, why not buy one for the animals also – we promise it will go to very good use (and that we don’t serve the animals alcohol!)! 🙂
PACS has a Community shop onsite that generates essential revenue for our operations. Donate your excess clothes or household supplies, or stop by our shop to get a great deal on items priced as low as 20 Baht!
The support of our monthly patrons offers us a peace of mind – knowing that our basic running costs are accounted towards, and providing security for the future of the clinic. With this stability, we are able to manage our funds more efficiently and also evaluate our spending for upcoming projects.
Thailand Bank Account
Account Name: Phangan Animal Care for Strays
Account Number: 836-0-20830-1
Bank Name: Krungthai Bank Public Company Limited
Branch: Koh Phangan Branch
Hong Kong Bank Account
Account Name: Miss Gallwey Shevaun Moyra
Account Number: 457-1-039272
Bank Name: HSBC Hong Kong
Bank Code: 004
Bank Address: 1 Queen’s Road, Central, Hong Kong
Swift Code: HSBCHKHHHKH
United Kingdom Bank Account
Account Name: Ms S. M. Gallwey
Account Number: 61556762
Bank Name: HSBC UK
Bank Sort Code: 40-44-39
Swift Code: HBUKGB4B
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Cats in Space
Dr Taeng Dentist
Echo Beach Backpackers
Phangan Arena Hostel
All Scuba Solutions
Nira’s Home Bakery
Pet Tawan Silver
Fat Cat Cafe
Mad Monkey Hostel
Loyfa Natural Resort
Seed To Feed (Wok Tum)
Long Bay Resort
Sail Rock Divers
There are many donation boxes around the island, please have a look at the list of establishments that are helping us out if you would like to make a donation whilst you’re out and about.
General supplies always needed
- Bleach, disinfectant and other general cleaning products
- Dog collars and leads
- Scrubbing brushes
- Dish cloths
- Old towels and blankets
- Puppy food
- Dried kitten milk
- Novelty toys, treats etc
Medical supplies always needed
- Cotton wool
- Bandages, Vetwrap, splints and casting materials (Hexalite would be great!)
- Gloves – sterile and non-sterile
- Needles (21, 23 & 24G) & syringes (1, 2, 3, 5 & 10mL)
- IV catheters (20, 22 & 24G), injection ports & 3-way taps
- Surgical scalpel blades (10 & 15 especially)
- Antibiotics – injectable and oral: Doxycycline, Amoxycillin with Clavulanic Acid, Enrofloxacin, Cephalexin
- Antibiotic eye drops and ointments
- Antibiotic and steroid ear drops
- NSAIDs – tablets and injectable
- Injectable anaesthetic induction agents: Propofol (only if unopened), Thiopentone, Phenobarbitone, Pentobarbitone, Alphaxane)
- Yohimbine (Reversine) or Atipamazole (Antisedan)
- Effective flea & tick treatments: Bravecto, Nexguard, Frontline, Stronghold, Revolution, Advantix, Certifect, Preventic
- Drontal (or other complete wormer)
- Suture materials – absorbable, swadged-on if possible: monofilament (especially 0 and 2/0 = metric 3.5 and 3) and polyfilament (especially 3/0 and 4/0 = Metric 2 and 1.5)
- Surgical sewing needles – medium size (average 10-15kg dogs) both round-bodied and cutting
- Buster Collars (especially 20/25cm and 7.5/10cm)
- Reasonably current veterinary & veterinary nursing text books
PACS has a limited supply of medications and bandages supplied through donations and the support of First Western Hospital. Other medications, especially anaesthetics & vaccines are bought using donations received through our local and online fundraising efforts.
If you would like to help the animals by sending supplies, please print off our wishlist and contact your local veterinarian or hospital to ask if they have any recently expired medications or consumables to donate. Or even buy us some in date medications! 🙂
Supplies can be hand delivered to the clinic or sent by post, please see the contact us page for our address,
It also costs a lot to feed, clean & care for all of our in patients – You Can Help by donating to our ongoing costs, or by donating food. We do cook for the animals, and receive some food scraps from Make It PIzza but we (and the In Patients!) always appreciate donations of pet food! Please call +66 (0)898757513 first to arrange delivery 🙂
PACS tries to sterilize at least 30 animals per month, which is expected to cost at least 30,000 THB per month
a 5 day intensive neutering drive costs 150,000 THB
500 THB will vaccinate 5 animals against Rabies
PACS gives approximately 100 Rabies vaccines per month
monthly cost 10,000 THB
1,500 THB will vaccinate 5 dogs against Distemper, Parvo and Adenovirus
PACS gives approximately 60 dog vaccines per month
- monthly cost 18,000 THB
MONTHLY FOOD DRIVE
in 2016-17, PACS spent almost 16,000 THB per month on animal food, cleaning materials and bills
We are a 100% donation-based operation. Running an organisation in this way requires a lot of budgeting and planning. Things like bills, animal food and medical supplies are fundamental costs that we have to pay for without question.
Looking to declutter your home or lighten your backpack? PACS will happily accept your donated items - clothing, household items, children's toys and anything else that could find a new owner on Koh Phangan. Please make sure that all donations are clean and in good condition.
The PACS Community shop is open from Monday to Friday from 10am to 3pm. Stop by and take a look at our available stock and follow us on Facebook to hear about occasional sales!
Regular sponsorship is a lifeline to PACS. If you would like to become a PACS sponsor, please see our Fundraising page or contact us directly at email@example.com to learn about our sponsorship packages.
PACS is lucky to have a few regular monthly donors, both through Paypal (thank you so much to current sponsors: Susan, Kianosh, Hannah T, Hanna O, Francesco, Anna & Katelyn, and past sponsors, Narelle & Ru!) and bank transfers (thank you so much to Meredith (PACS’ very first regular donor!), AM Sanders, Vicky and LL Plokker!
Several PACS supporters donate regularly, in response to our facebook appeals. Huge thanks to Emrys, Anne Boline, Anja, Hans, Claudia, Eva, Linda, Anke, Giada, Kym, David, Kaori and Nouty!
PACS has a few regular visitors, who provide occasional grants of THB 25-50,000: huge thanks to The Tongsai Bay, HRH Assunta Link, Vince Stivala, Arkadiy Balagan & Dr Stacy Spielman.
The support of local establishments is another vital part of PACS survival - we are deeply grateful to you all!
Several businesses regularly host (or hosted) fundraising events for PACS - huge thanks to Twisted Village, TruTravels, Mad Monkey Hostel, The Challenge, Make it Pizza, Canopy Adventures, Leela Beach Bungalows, Loi Lay, Sail Rock Divers, Crave, The Fat Cat, The Worlds End and many more!
Many other businesses on the island provide discounted diving or accommodation for PACS’ volunteers, or food during neutering projects - we are so very grateful to all the support that you give!
Baan Computers kept PACS’ office functioning, with huge amounts of time and equipment generously donated over the years
First Western Hospital (since 2013) provide human medicines & consumable materials, which has substantially reduced our monthly medical expense
Nira’s Home Bakery has provided food for most PACS events, and has donated endless free bread to PACS’ team since founding.
PACS has had several large sum sponsors over the years, and this is the mainstay of our ability to continue to operate:
Animals Asia Foundation provided the start up funds for PAC’s original premises, followed by ongoing annual sponsorship from 2001-2011, with a contribution towards the building costs of PACS’ permanent premises in 2008
Extra Trading Co provided sponsorship in 2004, 2005, 2006 & 2009, as well as a donation towards PACS’ permanent premises in 2008 and PACS’ volunteer accommodation in 2013; they also sponsored PACS' attendance at Asia For Animals conferences in 2005, 2007, 2008 & 2017
A regular visitor to the island, who wishes to remain anonymous, provided a large grants for volunteer accommodation in 2013, and has given sponsorship towards running costs in 2015 & 2016
WSPA (now World Animal Protection) provided grants in 2005 & 2007 for clinic equipment and to aid with the development of our Education Programme, and was the main sponsor of PACS’ permanent premises in 2008.
International RSPCA sponsored PACS neutering programme with grants in 2005 and 2010, as well as providing ⅓ of the cost of PACS’ land purchase in 2008
In 2008, PACS purchased land and built permanent premises.
The total cost was THB 5,481,376, which was sponsored by many groups and individuals.