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About Campaignends 22 Jun 2018, 11:59 PM
The ARC complements our current network of foster homes and has a comfortable capacity for around 100 dogs. As the name implies, the ARC is run on the philosophy of helping dogs that are sick, injured or abandoned as well as healthy stray puppies, and stray and impounded dogs with good temperament which stand a good chance of being rehomed.
As a charity, ASD relies solely on the generosity of the public to help fund our rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming activities. We receive no government or corporate funding. Being mainly volunteer run, we keep overheads low and channel most of the resources to where it counts, the animals.
Because we believe in giving the animals that we rescue the best help possible regardless of their health condition, our major expenditure is on medical aid. Other expenses include stray sterilisation, pet transportation, rental and utilities, as well as food, supplements and flea/tick and heartworm preventive medication for our resident dogs.
The operating cost to run the ARC is ever increasing. We need at least $50,000 each month and we aim to generate greater support for this cause so that we can continue to help these helpless and wonderful creatures.
We deeply appreciate all the help receive and on behalf of all our furry friends, a very big thank you for your kind contributions. You make our work possible.
About the Charity
Action for Singapore Dogs (ASD) was established in December 2000 as a non-profit organisation with the mission to improve the welfare of stray and abandoned dogs in Singapore. We were officially registered with the Registry of Societies on 3 July 2012 and attained charity status in May 2015. We aim to fulfil our mission through various activities and programmes including rescuing, fostering and re-homing of stray and abandoned dogs, advocating sterilisation as a means of controlling the stray population, heightening public awareness of the responsibilities involved in pet ownership and highlighting the virtues of our local dogs.