MONETARY DONATIONS are obviously fabulous! Be assured that EVERY penny goes toward rescuing dogs. If you wish to donate in memory of a lost dog or relative, we will send you a personalized card. Just contact us to let us know. Please note that your donation is tax deductible! Here is our Tax ID number: 45-3743534.
At this time, we only accept donations through Paypal or by checks.
***** If you donate 500 USD of more, you get to name one of our pups!! *****
There are 3 ways of donating:
1- Send a check payable to ‘The Sato Project’ to:
The Sato Project ATTN Chrissy Beckles
C/O Gleason’s Gym
77 Front Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
2- Make a one time donation via Paypal, by clicking on this “Donate” button. If you would like to donate a bigger amount ($250 and more), please consider a check instead of Paypal, as they take a commission on all payments.
AIRLINE MILES are great – they help us get to and from PR on rescue missions. We can use miles on American Airlines, Continental, Jet Blue, Delta and US Air. If you have a private jet that you would like to donate then you will be our new best friend. And we will name a dog (or ten) in your honor.
MEDICATIONS we always need medications to help us care for the dogs at the beach. Please email us at email@example.com and we will give you a list of our current needs.
“SATO does an unbelievable job rescuing the poor, unfortunate, abandoned, discarded, and/or mistreated animals of Puerto Rico. SATO is a group of angels here on Earth! Our family adopted Cocoa (aka Cupid) and continues to support SATO by educating the public about SATO …as well as encouraging folks to donate desperately needed funds. Without the financial component, SATO would not be able to continue the work they do; rescuing PR’s unwanted, neglected animals. I highly recommend this rescue group to quality adopters and/or generous individuals that would like to see their money directly going toward helping the animals at stake. Thank you SATO for all the animals you rescue and rehabilitate, including our COCOA! :)” (Laura R.)