Give an animal a ticket to freedom!

You can do this by booking a ticket to the upcoming gala dinner hosted by ACRES. There are still tickets available to this annual event, which will be held at the Furama Riverfront Hotel on 22 May this year.

Where your money goes:

Your $150 ticket will go far. It will cover the cost of an average animal rescue, which includes a medical check-up, a microchip implant, medication, equipment, treatment and transportation. It will take an animal from injury to health, from hunger to food, from captivity to freedom. For many wild creatures, the journey is from near-death to life. For making these rescues possible, we just couldn’t thank you enough.

Details details details

Date:
Saturday, May 22, 2010
Time:
6:00pm
Location:
Venus Grand Ballroom, Furama Riverfront Hotel
Street:
405 Havelock Road
Tickets:
$150 for singles and $1350 for a table, premium tickets are $300 for singles and $2600 for a table.

Please support this worthy cause and get your tickets today from Leanora Gaffar (98446486 / leanora@acres.org.sg).

Image courtesy of ACRES

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