Nonprofit is a no-kill sanctuary that was established in 1989
The Sarasota in Defense of Animals sanctuary “was hit hard by Hurricane Irma,” the nonprofit announced this week. “Trees down, flooding, barns and fences destroyed!” a news release says.
As a result Sarasota in Defense of Animals (SDA) has started a GoFundMe account to help it restore its facilities to the pre-storm level.
“We are working hard to get back on track so that the animals can continue to live the rest of their lives in a beautiful and cruelty free paradise,” the release points out. “We spend a lot of time and energy working on animal protection issues but still have the responsibility of running our sanctuary on a daily basis,” the release continues. “The expenses to care for all of the rescued animals exceed $350 per day. With the cost of repairing the hurricane damage we will need additional funding.”
The nonprofit, which was founded in 1989, has set a goal of $5,000, based on the GoFundMe site.
For more information about SDA, visit its website.