How Your Donation Makes a Difference
funds our call logging system that maintains all our 24-hour hotline rescue calls for a year.
funds our rescue hotline that will pay for 2 months' worth of wildlife rescue phone bills
funds our rescue van that powers our 24-hour wildlife rescue van for 2 weeks.
funds our veterinary costs that covers our veterinary expenses for a month.
About Campaignends 31 May 2023, 11:59 PM
Rachel is just one of the many animals who have been rescued by ACRES. Here at ACRES, we rescue all animals without discrimination, regardless of species and whether they are injured, abandoned or orphaned. On top of rescued native wildlife, we also care for 122 non-native animals who are unfortunate victims of the illegal wildlife trade, some of whom are unable to return to their native countries and have made ACRES their forever home.
We believe that each of these animals are sentient and deserve an opportunity to live their best lives. As we strive to provide the best for both our native and non-native animals, our monthly expenses for animal care amounts to about $50,000. Play a part in contributing to the rehabilitation and care of these animals by donating today. Change lives with every cent you give.
About the Charity
ACRES is a pioneering Singapore-based charity with a sole aim to advocate for an end to animal cruelty in our own backyard. With Singapore's first facility dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of animals rescued from the illegal wildlife trade and injured native wild animals we speak up for more animals via our five focus areas: Tackling Wildlife Crime in Singapore, Humane Education, Promoting Cruelty-Free Living, Community Outreach, and Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation.
Since our founding in May 2001, ACRES has helped effect several environmental shifts that pushed Singapore forward in the animal protection movement. Alongside collaborative efforts with governmental agencies, we seek to nurture a responsible society from grassroots level to the individual homes where animals are treated with compassion and respect.