Sherry and Diya Foundation was founded with the objective that animals are not our to be eaten or to be worn not ours to experiment on or use for entertainment purposes. Sherry and Diya Foundation also aims at promoting veganism and educating people towards creating a better environment for these animals. Sherry and Diya Foundation is a non-government, non-profitable, and registered animal welfare organization working for the prevention of cruelty towards animals.
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Throughout India, animals including dogs, cows, cats, and donkeys live on the streets. Most cities don’t have hospitals for owner-less animals, which means injured or ill animals often die from treatable conditions. In South Mumbai, a call to our helpline no 1800 123 1137 saves a life.
We have an ambulance on the road from 7 AM to midnight, 7 days a week, with one on-call for serious emergencies during the night. We also have special teams dispatched daily to treat animals right on the street to avoid unnecessary hospitalization. Whether coaxing a frightened puppy or scaling down a deep well, our rescuers are highly skilled, gentle, and determined to help in all situations. We cover the entire South Mumbai city and several outlying Mumbai.
Sherry and Diya Foundation’s major objective is to upgrade and establish facilities for animal help, rescue, and rehabilitation such as shelters, ambulances, mobile clinics, and helplines.
The true essence of selflessness reflects in the activities/causes of the Sherry and Diya Foundation, acting as an enabler for creating a better society and a better tomorrow for the stray animals. Sherry and Diya Foundation is striving to help and serve as many as animals possible. They are working to make society a better and happier place for all voiceless. Its NGO’s like this that store faith in humanity.
My association with Sherry and Diya Foundation started a couple of years back when I had approached them for help for a stray who was infested with maggots and in no time, their volunteers were there to help. Apart from the passionate and enthusiastic volunteer base that it has, one of the best things about Sherry and Diya Foundation is that they will be there for animals round the clock. I am really happy to know that NGO’s like Sherry and Diya Foundation exists.
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