Coexistence of
Animal Rights
on Earth

Supporting Animal Rescue and Shelter
in East and Southeast Asia

Our Mission

To support organizations in East and Southeast Asia that rescue, treat, shelter, and rehome abused, abandoned, and stray animals.

Our Vision

A world in which all sentient beings are treated with compassion, dignity, and respect, and can live free of oppression, exploitation, and abuse.

Our Values

All sentient beings are entitled to compassion, dignity, and respect, regardless of the circumstances of their birth.

How We Work

Fiscal Sponsorship

We provide fiscal sponsorship for animal rescue and shelter organizations in East and Southeast Asia, allowing them to accept tax-deductible donations from the United States.

We handle donation collection and management, issuing of tax receipts, and disbursements, enabling our fiscally sponsored projects to get on with what they do best; rescuing animals in need.

Are you an organization in East or Southeast Asia that rescues or shelters (or does both!) animals? Would you like to connect your cause to donors in the United States?

Apply to be one of our Sponsored Projects today and see how we can help you achieve your mission.

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Latest News

From the Blog

A ginger and white cat lying on the floor looking grumpy. - Ppojji Hidden Under Food Waste
Rescue Stories
CARE Korea

Hidden Under Food Waste: Ppojji’s Story

A kitten hidden under food waste under the cage went almost unnoticed by our activists who were rescuing two dogs that had been neglected on a dog farm.

Man holding Tina in front of bamboo fence at her new home.
South Korea
CARE Korea

Tina Finds New Home in America

Tina waited patiently for 5 months before she was adopted. After a brief reunion with her mom and siblings, she flew to her new home in the US.

Nova standing in a garden near a flower border with his face raised to the sun.
South Korea
CARE Korea

New Home Found for Nova and Julianne

Nova and Julianne were inseperable after being rescued from the Cheonan Dog Slaughterer. With the aid of DoVE Project, they found a new home together.

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Help Us Connect More Donors to Worthy Causes in East and Southeast Asia