Our Campaign Story

ends 20 Jul 2020, 11:59 PM

Photo credits to my beautiful girlfriends and sister.
My sister had to reluctantly find a new family for her Jack Russell due to my nephew's severe allergy to dogs. Frances took him in with open arms and he continues to be a happy dog with lots of affection showered on him. Lucky one.
Recently, some of my close friends lost their beloved dogs to either old age or illnesses. But one thing in common, they had been loved and cared for throughout their lives... lucky ones.
During CB, my own Gobi gave us a little scare with bloodied pee and after a night at hospital, she recovered well under the loving care of the vet and nurses. Another lucky one.
Being stuck at home also brought us a lot closer to our furry kids... they are the fortunate ones. But this may not be the case for many abandoned animals.
The Covid-19 pandemic has made many of us take stock of what we have and count our blessings.
It has seen many kind souls reaching out to help the less fortunate. How about extending this help to the less fortunate animals?
They have the love of the volunteers in SPCA but due to resource constraints, both animals and volunteers need our support as much as possible.
Please donate to this fundraiser effort of my children. I will conduct a yoga class for anyone who contribute to this cause. Session will be on 19th July, 11am via Zoom.
With love and light, Jayda, Ethan & Emma

About The Charity

COVID-19 Update: Fundraising has become exceptionally difficult, with major events being cancelled and essential services still running 24/7. We are appealing for help for our needy animals to receive critical emergency care.

The SPCA is a registered non-profit animal welfare charity with IPC status, and our two main objectives are to promote kindness and prevent cruelty to animals.

Relying mainly on kind donations from the public and fundraising, the Society does not receive any government funding or grants, to support the shelter and clinic, inspectorate work and animal rescue services, as well as other initiatives such as our foster care programme, sterilisation programme for community animals, and education and outreach efforts.

Over 100 animals are taken in by the Society every month. Most of these animals are abandoned, unwanted, abused, sick/injured or lost. Our officers have rescued numerous animals, like Gemma, Aiden and Cookie, across Singapore (see above video).

To carry out our animal welfare work, we require over S$2,400,000 annually.

You can make a difference to the animals.

Your kind donation will directly impact upon our operations in providing shelter, food, medical attention and love to the rescued animals that walk through our doors each day.

Your donations are eligible for 250% tax deduction.

(For more information about the SPCA, do come by our website http://www.spca.org.sg and/or our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/spcasingapore.)


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