Get Involved

ACF(Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation) is a non-for-profit charitable foundation created with a vision of assisting marginalized communities within mainstream society.

HOW TO GET INVOLVE

Donate Funds:

Yes.

Address: 2nd floor, plot # 23-E Karga Building, 2nd Zamzama Commercial Lane, phase 5 DHA – Karachi
Tell no. 021 35302160-61

Donate Food

  • Address 1: 2nd floor, plot # 23-E Karga Building, 2nd Zamzama Commercial Lane, phase 5 DHA – Karachi.
  • Address 2: Plot ‪#‎A-03/A, National Cement Factory Road, Mujahid Colony Dalmia, Karachi, Pakistan.

Donate Material for Shelter:

You can send donations directly to our account:

Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation

Account number: 10360081006600012

Swift Code: BAHLPKKA

Iban number: Pk33BAHL1036008100660001

Bank Al Habib, Kh-e-Hafiz Branch, Karachi

Organize fund raising events:

Inbox on Facebook the amount you have sent with the date and your name. We will verify and get back to you right away with a receipt.

Spread awarness:

Yes, along with your donation, you can make a request, as to where you want us to use your money.

Here are the options:
1. For animals: Food, bedding, medicines, cages, and fuel for our van that goes on rescue missions.
2. Donkey camps around the city.
3. Spay/neuter programme

Rescue animals:

0334-566-5000

Yes, along with your donation, you can make a request, as to where you want us to use your money.

Here are the options:
1. For animals: Food, bedding, medicines, cages, and fuel for our van that goes on rescue missions.
2. Donkey camps around the city.
3. Spay/neuter programme

Be a foster home:

No. Currently we are just based in Karachi. We aim to set up stations in all other metro cities in the near future.

Volunteer at the shelter:

ACF runs an animal shelter in Karachi. We collect funds and feed, medically treat and provide water to all the animals on a daily basis. We have our own van for rescue missions. We also set up donkey camps across the city on a fortnightly basis to provide free medical treatment, food and water to these beasts of burden that are treated atrociously.

 

We also have a spay-neuter programme in place where our team of vets aims to neuter and spay a certain number of healthy strays a week before we set them free in an animal friendly area of Karachi.

Training program:

The shelter is not a suitable environment for animals accustomed to living in a home as a pet and they often do not survive at the shelter. Pets include any animal you are attached to.

Participate:

We use to it to buy food and medicines, blankets, toys etc on a monthly basis for the shelter animals. We also use it towards our donkey camps and fuel and upkeep of our van. The money also goes towards our employees’ salaries and towards the general upkeep and maintenance of the shelter.
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