Through education, you can help create a brighter, more compassionate future for our global society.
There are so many ways you can support our education programmes, from becoming a monthly donor, to hosting a fundraising event, or lending us your expertise.
Every donation means we can educate more children, consumers and professionals on how to live a more responsible lifestyle.
How your donation makes a difference
With your support we can transform attitudes and nurture an entire generation to respect all living creatures on our planet.
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Your gift can support a future without pandemics
As COVID-19 has spread around the world, there has been increased focus on how humanity’s destruction of nature creates conditions for new zoonotic ilnesses to spread. The link between abusing nature and animals and the world’s health is now clear.
The pandemic has been a wake-up call for all of us about how we treat animals and their habitats, and how this can affect entire ecosystems.
The need for change is greater than ever. Please help children, consumers and professionals live responsibly by developing a keen sense of respect for each other, for nature, for all species but also for themselves.Donate now
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Volunteer for ACTAsia
We are always looking for:
Proficient translators (Chinese–English, English–Chinese, Dutch-English)
Lawyers interested in helping on animal protection legislation
People who like to ‘spread the word’ through presentations and events
Video and film editors, journalists, photographers
Data collectors and researchers
Graphic designers, marketing specialists
If you can help us, please get in touch at [email protected]
The word for ‘animal’ in Chinese translates as ‘moving object’
The gap in living standards between rural and urban China is increasing
Anaesthesia and other fundamental veterinary practices are not common in China