Animal Merchandise Donation Program

"The animals of the world exist for their own reasons. They were not made for humans any more than black people were made for white, or women created for men"
- Alice Walker


We donate products to the Animal Shelters which they can sell or use at their events, gala dinners and so on to raise funds.

DONATION PROGRAM - SINGAPORE 2013/2014/2015/2016/2017
(In alphabetical order by acronym)

Animal Concerns Research and Education Society (ACRES)
Action for Singapore Dogs (ASD)
Causes for Animals (CAS)
Cat Welfare Society (CWS)
House Rabbit Society Singapore (HRSS)
Noah's Ark Cares (NAC)
Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter (OSCAS)
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty To Animals (SPCA)
Voices for Animals (VFA)


Animal Concerns Research & Education Society (ACRES) is an animal protection organisation driven by concern for animals. ACRES adopt research projects on the use of animals in various fields and their findings are used to educate the public to promote active community involvement in addressing animal protection issues and in building partnerships with all related bodies and authorities to improve animal welfare. ACRES mission is to create a caring and socially responsible society where animals are treated as sentient beings. Their objectives are to foster respect and compassion for all animals, to improve the living conditions and welfare of animals in captivity, and to educate people on lifestyle choices which do not involve the abuse of animals and which are environmentally friendly.


Action for Singapore Dogs (ASD) mission is to improve the welfare of stray, abandoned and unwanted dogs in Singapore. ASD activities and programs include rescuing, fostering and re-homing stray, abandoned and unwanted dogs, advocating sterilization as a means of controlling the stray population, heightening public awareness of the responsibilities involved in pet ownership and highlighting the virtues of Singapore's local dogs. ASD work with official institutions and organisations to synergise efforts towards alleviating the plight of the local stray dog population. Regular events are organized to promote adoption of dogs, 'Together we believe in giving these dogs a chance at life!'


Causes for Animals (Singapore) Limited is an animal welfare charity set up to support the needs of local animal welfare in Singapore. To employ programs and policies to promote best practice, ethical, sustainable and compassionate treatment of these animals.
CAS believes that working hand in hand with other organisations is vital and most importantly the best means to benefit local street dogs and cats.
Companion Animals are part of every community in Singapore and our programs are developed to recognise and provide aid for as many pet lovers and we can.


Cat Welfare Society (CWS) improve the welfare of community cats in Singapore. CWS believe that there are humane and effective ways to control the community cat population through sterilization instead of mass culling. CWS was formed to bring about a more effective voice for community cats who have the right to be represented accurately and humanely, and the right to live free from pain, fear and suffering. CWS are strengthening community ties to cultivate an outreach program caring for cats and educating the public on kindness, responsibility and tolerance. CWS believe 'It takes a community to resolve a community issue' and are making headway through education, mediation and awareness campaigns. CWS makes a difference! Help reduce culling by 'Loving Cats, Winning Hearts.'


The House Rabbit Society of Singapore (HRSS) is dedicated to rabbit welfare and raising public awareness of the plight of so many abandoned rabbits. HRSS run a fostering program to rescue and rehome abandoned rabbits. Every rescued rabbit is spayed or neutered, receives individual care including veterinary medical care, healthy food and treats, stimulating fun toys and lots of love! HRSS maintain a website and Facebook page to use social media as a means to educate existing rabbit owners, prospective rabbit owners and the general public about the care and responsibility of keeping a rabbit as a pet.


Noah's Ark Cares conducts educational talks and events on animal welfare in schools, have awareness initiatives in place, rescue and adopt animals. They work in tandem with local government authorities and fellow animal welfare organisations to improve animal welfare. Due to the high cost of land in Singapore, their animal sanctuary, which is home to over 800 animals, is located just across the Causeway in Johor Bahru. Noah's Ark Cares aim to make Singapore stray free, and their core campaigns include 'Project Industrial Dogs' and 'Project Catsnip' to sterlize stray dogs and cats habitating in industrial estates to prevent the birth of further homeless puppies and kittens.


Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter rescues local mongrel dogs, affectionately known as 'Singapore Specials.' These dogs are rescued directly from the streets, industrial estates, parks and the urbanization of the jungle to save them from being culled by the local authorities. More than a hundred 'Singapore Specials' currently call Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter their home, and are looking for adoption. Stray dog rescue in Singapore is a long tiring journey and a never-ending issue. Oasis Second Chance Animal Shelter advocates sterilisation to reduce the number of strays and promotes 'Adopt a Pet' rather than buying from pet shops and breeders in order to save lives. Their motto is 'Lend a Hand, Save a Paw.'


Founded in 1947, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is the oldest animal welfare group in Singapore, with a mission to prevent cruelty to animals by actively promoting their care and protection. It is the driving force in advocacy and education, working with the government and industry to develop and effect positive change in animal welfare legislation, husbandry and management. The SPCA operates an adoption shelter and seeks to raise community awareness regarding the humane treatment of animals. In addition to operating a 24-hour emergency rescue service, the SPCA also investigates cases of animal cruelty, offers a lost and found service, organises outreach activities, educational talks, distributes free sterilisation vouchers to the public, and runs a foster care program. SPCA's public awareness campaigns include 'Be Kind to Animals,' 'Stop Puppy Mill Misery' and 'Adopt, Don't Buy.'


Voices For Animals (VFA) rescue, rehabilitate and rehome breeding dogs from puppy mills. Breeding mill dogs are the mothers and fathers of the cute puppies you see in the pet shops. They are retired into the care of Voices For Animals who strive to find the most suitable home for them - where they embrace their new lives of freedom with their adopters. The rehabilitation process includes medical care and socialisation, and some of Voices For Animals dogs end up making good therapy dogs for the elderly and special needs children, bringing affection and comfort. The rescue and rehoming of retired breeding dogs has always been a controversial issue, but to Voices For Animals what is of vital importance is the difference made to the lives of these rescued breeding dogs. Adoption saves lives!

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