Our Campaign Story

ends 29 Jun 2023, 11:59 PM

My art is so directly connected to the flora and fauna around me. Almost every day I come across creatures that share this island with us: birds, insects, reptiles, primates, and others. They are sadly often dead or injured, victims to vehicle or human traffic. Singapore is a small island and as we grow the city for humans, we encroach on animal habitats, making them more vulnerable as they try to navigate living amid the urbanisation. ACRES do an incredible job to help the wildlife in Singapore and to educate us in how we can reduce the damage we cause, often inadvertently.

Therefore, I chose to raise funds and awareness for the work ACRES do through my exhibition, Magic in the Mundane. For the full catalogue of the artworks and exhibition details please scan the QR code in the images. Of every artwork you buy, 33% will go directly to ACRES through this campaign. You may also donate directly to ACRES through this campaign. Thank you in advance for your support. Let's join in making Singapore a kinder place for our 'wilder' co-inhabitants, big and small.

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.


Fundraising can help to raise more and change more lives.

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