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You can help prevent future pandemics through education.

There are so many ways you can support our education programmes, from hosting a fundraising event to lending us your expertise.
A donation means we can educate more children, consumers and professionals on living a more compassionate lifestyle.

ACTAsia relies on generous donations from people like you to carry out our work

  • A gift of £15 ($20) will enable a child to take part in a Caring for Life Education course. Evaluation shows that even one course can have a positive impact on a child’s behaviour and attitude towards people, animals, and the environment.
  • A gift of £25 ($35) will allow us to supply one professional veterinarian with the necessary printed guidance resources from our Train the Trainer workshop, which is the reference material they will need to become a trainer themselves.
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Volunteer for ACTAsia

We are always looking for:

Proficient translators (Chinese–English, English–Chinese)

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]

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