How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Every dollar counts , pledge your support for our community cats.
Every $50 goes towards sterilising 2 community cats at a subsidized rate. Sterilisation is the only humane way to manage the community population.
Every $100 helps a caregiver using our Special Appeals to provide medical treatment to cats in need. Lend a hand to our network of selfless cat guardians.
Every $200 helps us to make headways in critical Special Projects such as the hoarder case in Yishun. Provide financial support for those who are less fortunate and in turn, help save their cats.
About Campaignends 10 Oct 2016, 11:59 PM
Last year, we spent over $750,000 to provide care and support to our community of caregivers and the community cats who call the streets their home. $250,000 provided free sterilisation to nearly 5000 cats, $120,000 gave critical support to the veterinary bills for 200 sick, injured or abused community cats and more than $160,000 was spent resolving 2000 mediation cases humanely.
Cat Welfare is not just about cats, it's also about making human connections and rebuilding lives to help those who are less fortunate. This is why we are always on the frontline to provide humane solutions and to change the way people view animal welfare and cats.
We are not funded by the government and we rely on the kindness of our donors over the years to keep us going. This has not changed.
We need to reach our fundraising target because so many people rely on our resources. Not meeting our target may mean a cut back on the ways that we can extend help to those in need.
The power to change the way we approach animal welfare in Singapore is in your hands so please DONATE GENEROUSLY and help us help them today.
You can also donate via bank transfer, cheque/money order or PayPal. More info on www.catwelfare.org/donation
About the Charity
Cat Welfare Society is a charity that advocates the harmonious co-existence of humans and cats. We are at the forefront of humane management of the community cat population and educating the importance of responsible cat ownership.
For years, we have campaigned against the destruction of cats by offering a more effective and long term solution - education and sterilisation. As a charity, we function as a network of three staff, ten board members, twenty core volunteers and countless dedicated caregivers, rescuers, fosters and rehomers who work towards the same goal.
We are heavily reliant on donations to continue our work. We are a registered charity with IPC status that is audited annually and we publish our financial reports on our website.