A Word from our Board:Rescatistas-de-La-Paz

2015 was a year of change. Not a day goes by that we aren’t thankful for the tremendous support we receive from our local La Paz community and our donors from the US and Canada. Every donor, every adopter and every volunteer share the same goal – to give animals of B.C.S. a chance to not only survive, but live a happy, healthy life. The funds we receive through your generous support goes:

  • To help our adopters by facilitating the transport of healthy dogs to their forever home.
  • To address the plight of animals in the La Paz area we promote cultural change that increase animal rights in Baja Sur.
  • To reduce the number of unwanted puppies we partner local with organizations who conduct spay and neuter programs.
  • To support the local rescuers with medical, food and transportation costs
    All in our common quest to save the animals.

In 2015 we had the opportunity to partner with Jeff and Diana Hall on their Save the Baja34 project. Their efforts involved the rescue and placement of over 70 dogs and cats from a local beach. Enabling others to create impact in Baja California Sur is very important to us at Baja Dogs La Paz. We were honored to assist in the Baja34 rescue mission.

Moving into 2016, we adjusted our focus. The ever changing landscape of dog rescue requires us to adapt so we continue to represent our donors and adopt the most effective way to save animals. Our recent communications, spoke to our focus on supporting local fosters, facilitating adoptions both locally and in the US and Canada and lastly partnering with local organizations to conduct monthly Spay & Neuter community clinics.

Financial Summary:

Baja Dogs La Paz Inc. 501(c)(3) (BDLP) is a California based non-profit that funds organizations/individuals who rescue, rehabilitate and re-home dogs in the Baja Sur area of Mexico. Donations are raised online through various appeals, fundraising campaigns and events in the La Paz area where the charity has its roots.

As a donor, you have several options to direct your donations to a specific project or initiative that is dear to your heart for example, spay and neuter clinics just by making the notation when you donate.

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For online donations, we use the secured PayPal system, but you don’t need a PayPal account. Once inside the PayPal application, look for the options under the heading “Don’t have a PayPal account?”

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If you prefer to mail a check, please make payable and send to:
Baja Dogs La Paz, Inc., 11149 Bootes Street, San Diego, CA 92126, USA.

In large projects like the Baja34 project lasting over 6 months, the accounting was done separately to capture a proper balance sheet of donations (income) and expenses. This project had multiple streams of income as indicated by Last Hope or First Giving. The expenses include transportation, medical and even some food for the cats that were rescued with the pack.

Where the organization is listed then expenses can include, infrastructure, rent, salaries, electricity, dog food, etc. Rescatistas include all of the individuals who rescue dogs and foster them in their homes until they are adopted. Rescued Again/Amores Perros is a group of individuals who rescued a large number of dogs.

Baja Dogs La Paz, Inc. Summary
Balance Balance Forward $7,076.42
Income Donations $19,677.80
Expenses K9 Rancho del Perro ($8,747.12)
Rescatistas (Rescuers/Fosters) ($2,978.34)
Amores Perros (Rescued Again) ($1,000.00)
Medical Supplies ($1,705.88)
Operating Expense ($601.39)
Transport ($530.99)
Bank Fees ($230.30)
Balance $10,960.20
Baja34 Rescue Project Summary
Income Donations $3,046.44
Last Hope (adoption fee) $2,920.00
First Giving $51,342.70
Expenses K9 Rancho del Perro ($25,509.21)
Transport ($17,298.95)
Vet Bills ($1,424.23)
Pichilingue Cats ($852.84
Bank Fees ($350.00)
Balance $11,873.91
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