Fundraise for Ghandi
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Fundraise for Ghandi

Pet from a student community house was hit by a car and it became necessary to gather support to pay damages inherent to this accident.

  • 452

    raised

    23% of 1 900€

    27 backers

  • 07/11/2016

    Expired on

  • Not funded

    This project was unable to raise the required funds

Pet from a student community house was hit by a car and it became necessary to gather support to pay damages inherent to this accident.

Hello everyone.

We are a students community house in Coimbra and we had a dog named Gandhi who was part of the family and had no owner in particular, it was all of us.

Our house was born in 1962 and since then several generations of students passed here, all living in the same principles of equality, brotherhood, complicity and above all as a family. We are the ones whom repair the house, which is already quite old and reveals several problems, for that reason our financial situation it is not going well and the money we can gather always has a destiny.

One of the goals of our money over the last year was for Gandhi expenses, who was already pretty old and had some health problems, and because he was a priority for us, we have spent close to 700€.

During this Summer holidays he ran away from the house and the worst happened, Gandhi died because he was hit by a car. Beyond of great sadness that this situation brought to all of us, we now have to pay a big ammount of money (1800€, to fix the car), which we really wish that we had, and it makes us involved in a huge problem to solve. We created this campaign in order to ask for help to everyone that could contribute with any ammount. Friends of our house, Gandhi and people who nurture the same love for animals that we cherish .Every euro is welcome.

We hope your understanding into this situation, so boring, sad and complicated for us.

Thank you.

About the author

It was back in 1962 that a group of students from the paradise islands of the Azores, created the "Republica dos Açoreanos". Nowadays any Azorean lives here, but the tradition continues, and in this way, after more than 50 years, the house is still standing thanks to the care of those who passed through here, people coming from every corner of Portugal, people from all over the world.

Our dinners together includes only a portion where each one gives a little of himself, whoever wants, can join us! The "rule" is simple: whoever gives his love to the house, never ceases to belong to it. The doors will always be open for those who wants to know us.

Name of the promoters: João Soares, Joana Pestana, José Almeida, Carlota Napierala, Sofia Silva, Antero Lubrano, Frederic Delescaille,Francisco Dionisio.

Budget and due dates

  • Total parts: 1156,29€
  • Total man-work: 191,40€
  • Total painting: 108,95€
  • Sub Total:  1456,64€
  • Taxes:  335,03€ (23%)
  • Total:  1791,67€
  • Gifts and offers: 108,33€
  • Campaign Total: 1900 €
  • PPL Commission: 116,85€
  • Invest with
    5€ or more

    Painting

    Name in a thanks-painting on a wall of the Republica, and in Facebook page of the cause.

    14 backers

  • Invest with
    15€ or more

    Recall of the República

    Small gift allusive to our house, key rings, a pen or a postcard and the name in a thank-painting on a wall of the Republica, and in Facebook page of the cause.

    8 backers

  • Invest with
    40€ or more

    Small gift + Stay in our home to meet our Republica

    A stay over at our house with an early advice. Small gift allusive to our Republica, key rings, a pen or a postcard and the name in a thank-painting on a wall of the Republica, and in Facebook page of the cause.

    3 backers

Thu, 09/12/2021 - 04:18

Tue, 08/11/2016 - 18:02

Payout completed

The raised funds have been transferred to the campaign owner

07/11/2016

Campaign ended

The campaign failed to raise the total amount

Campaign launched

30/09/2016

27 members of the PPL community
support this campaign

  • 18
    new backers

  • 9
    recurrent backers

  • 8
    anonymous backers

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