How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Your donation of S$10 will help us in the care and maintenance of the dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters and guinea pigs as well as other small animals at our Adoption Centre.
Your donation of S$50 will aid us in the sterilisation of a community animal as sterilisation is the most humane and effective method of controlling the animal population.
Your donation of S$100 will help support the running of our 24-hour emergency rescue service for sick, injured and animals in distress.
Your donation of S$200 will help subsidise medical costs for the shelter animals while assisting in rehabilitative and foster care for animals in need.
Thank you for donating.
The SPCA is not funded by the government. Relying mainly on kind donations from the public and fundraising 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$3,000,000 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, visit our website http://www.spca.org.sg and/or our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/spcasingapore.)
- Animal cruelty and welfare investigations
- 24-hour emergency animal rescue
- Running a shelter for community animals, abandoned and unwanted pets
- Operating Singapore's only not-for-profit Community Animal Clinic, providing subsidised healthcare to community animals, animals from other animal shelters and pets from low income households
- Foster care for young and sick or injured animals
- Lost and found pets
- Advocacy for animal welfare and cruelty issues
- School based education programmes
- Education through talks, seminars and workshops
- Providing volunteer opportunities to enhance community engagement