Thank you for supporting Donkey Rights Group. As well as our small donkey sanctuary near the Naivasha and Limuru town, home to around 40 unwanted and abused animals, In order to bring about long-term changes in attitudes towards these humble beasts of burden, education sessions for owners and local veterinary students are also a vital part of what we do.

We rely entirely on donations from the public to be able to carry out this much-needed work and we are extremely grateful for your generosity.

  • $10 could pay for hoof trimming for a donkey.
  • $$15 could feed a donkey for a week.
  • $25 could pay for a vet visit to the sanctuary.
  • $40 could pay for a dental checkup and treatment for two donkeys.

Single and Ongoing Donations via Paypal?

To make donations using your Debit/Credit Card or PayPal account you can now do this here, just click the button below to be directed to our PayPal Donation Page.


Buy these precious items handmade with Eco friendly local materials available here,these are gifts made by our volunteers to sell and support donkey welfare in our community.

Vegan Traditional Handwoven Fruit Basket/Bowl

It is a hand-coiled raffia basket. Each basket has a unique pattern and color scheme. The core of each coil in the basket is composed of local grasses and stalks of banana palm leaves, around which dyed and natural raffia strands are wrapped. A good sized bowl shaped basket that measures 11 inches (28cm) diameter and 3.0 inches (9cm) tall.

Sisal Kiondo Handbag

Vintage woven sisal market tote stripes of natural and perfectly natural colours. Bag is unlined and has no closures. Perfect for toting to the farmers' market, beach, flea market, and wherever else you might need a cute carry all!

Tote Sisal Bag

Hand made in Kenya, these beautiful, great quality and amazing colors hand bags can match any outfits. W - 15" L- 10" wooden handles are 4.5" Long and 6" wide.

These donkeys were rescued from this dumpsite, they were abandoned by the owner because of skin infections and bruises because of flogging and being overburden, we rescued, relocated them to our sanctuary, they were diagnosed with trauma, worms, skin infections and malnutrition for not having enough feeds and water there were treated and on rehabilitation program.