ROLDA is an international charity operating in Romania to humanely, efficiently and responsibly solve the stray population, estimated to be 2.5 million animals. Our keys focuses are rescue, rehabilitation, rehoming, spray/neuter, social programs and education.
ROLDA affiliates are registered as tax-exempt nonprofit organizations in several countries. Depending on where you reside, your donation may qualify for a tax deduction or benefit.
IN THE UNITED STATES
Romanian League in Defense of Animals, Inc (ROLDA USA) is registered as a 501-c-3 non profit organization. Contributions made by US supporters to ROLDA USA are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by the law. The ROLDA’s Tax Identification number is 32-0176929.
ROLDA UK is registered as CIO, Reg. No. 1162690. Donations made by British supporters in GBP currency are tax exempt and Gift Aid can be claimed.
Donations made from the Netherlands: ROLDA is regarded as an ANBI Charity under Dutch Fiscal Number RSIN 8258 20 157.
Save Romanian Strays – ROLDA Germany e.V. is a non-profit association registered in Lubeck and donations made by German supporters directly to ROLDA German branch are exempt from corporation tax in Germany.
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In Romania, ROLDA operates under the legal name: Fundatia ROLDA, CUI: 18416340, registered in 2006, in the Registry of Foundations and Association from Court of Law Galati.
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