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ACRES CARNIVAL 2014: END ANIMAL CRUELTY!
27TH JULY 2014: 10AM - 5PM
YOUTH PARK (113 SOMERSET ROAD)

CARNIVAL 2014

This year, ACRES Carnival 2014 celebrates the relationship between humans and animals! All sentient beings deserve our respect. 'End Animal Cruelty' today!

Join us on the 27th of July at the Youth Park (113 Somerset Road) for a full day of games, awesome vegan food and drinks, and of course, learn more about the presence of animal cruelty in your daily lives! This is a fundraising event, so be sure to grace the day with your presence and support!

Click HERE to donate for the animals, and get complimentary Carnival Coupons in doing so! Why wait!

































WILDLIFE WARRIORS WILL BE RUNNING AND RAISING FUNDS FOR ACRES!

Wildlife Warriors

On the 27th of April 2014, 5 representatives from ACRES channelled their passion for running towards a good cause at the RUN350 event. Sabrina, Zhi Wei and Samuel took part in the 21km Half Marathon while Jocelyn and Kelvin ran the 10km race. Together they ran to help fundraise for ACRES.

Running is a metaphor of life. Runners run for various reasons and causes. And there is no better way to provide the animals with a voice by helping to create awareness. We are all one community – us , environment and animals.

Even though the run is over, show your support and appreciation for our 5 runners who have raced through different running categories. Help us to help the animals in need by donating to this cause!

Support this exciting new project here.

RESCUE STORY:
SAL, THE MONITOR LIZARD

SAL, THE MONITOR LIZARD

Thanks to the Nparks officers at Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve, who spotted a fully grown Water Monitor lizard, with a fishing line dangling from the mouth, the hook lodged inside the mouth. "Sal", as we named him or her was handed over to us by the park officers to attempt and remove the hook. Upon examination, we found that the hook was too deep, slightly lodged further down the throat.

The routine methods of removal failed to work, and any further probing may threaten Sal's survival in the wild. The line was fully removed to prevent inflammation to the jaws and we handed Sal back to the officers for release.We hope like our resident Pig-nosed turtle Captain Hook whose hook was also impossible to remove, was passed out after 2 years at ACRES! We wish all the best for Sal!

Please give a rescued wild animal a second chance at life. Find out more here.

BE AN ANIMAL BENEFACTOR!

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For as little as $1 a day, you can be directly responsible for giving a rescued animal a chance at a happy and healthy life. Among the many residents we have at the AWRC, choose to sponsor between Spongebob the Star Tortoise, Cyclops the Pig-Nosed Turtle, Stubby the Ball Python or Kanmani the Green Iguana!

Give a rescued wild animal a second chance at life. Find out more here.

Help save the surviving dolphins at Resorts World Sentosa

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One more wild-caught dolphin that Resorts World acquired for their marine life park attraction has died. The death toll - so far - is 3 dolphins.

Please don’t let Wen Wen and the other 2 dolphins die in vain.

Please take action now to help the remaining 24 dolphins. Join our call to send them back to the wild www.saddestdolphins.com

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Ask Resorts World to send the dolphins home!

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Visit the brand new campaign website here to watch and share our latest campaign video, and for more ways to help the dolphins.


Join the ACRES team!

We’re looking for passionate individuals to join our team!

More details here.