Get Involved


Your help goes a long way for the food, medicine, and upkeep of our rescues’ shelter. Both in kind and cash donations are welcome!


Join hands with AKF to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome animals in need. Your donations fuels our mission to provide a haven for the voiceless. Every contribution brings us one step closer to creating a world where animals are safe, loved and free.

Why we need your help


Your donation can break the chains of the dog meat trade, offering these creatures a chance at a life filled with love, not fear. Let compassion guide your click - help us put an end to their silent cries.


Your support can enlighten communities, teaching them the humane path. Sterilization is more than a procedure; it's a lifeline for countless animals. Join us in spreading awareness and empower communities to make choices that save lives.


Your donation maintains a shelter where tails wag in joy, not fear. Be the architect of a sanctuary where every pawprint signifies hope. Join us maintain a haven for those who need it most – a home where love knows no bounds.

Consider sharing your
warmth through meaningful
donations in-kind

Our rescues will be happy to accept your donations via:

BDO Logo Donations Sponsor Channel

Banco de Oro

Animal Kingdom Foundation Inc.

0069 1011 0365

BPI Logo Donations Sponsor channel
Bank of the Philippine Islands
Animal Kingdom Foundation Inc.
1681 0015 88
Gcash Logo Donations Sponsor channel
Animal Kingdom Foundation Inc.
0927 340 3514
Paypal Logo Donations Sponsor Channel
Animal Kingdom Foundation Inc.
M Lhuillier Donations Channel
M Lhuillier
Animal Kingdom Foundation Inc.
*No charges applied

Know some stories

With our legs and snouts tied up stuffed inside a sack, I was rescued in Bulakan, Bulacan with three other dogs who were supposed to be slaughtered for our meat.

I was cruelly hacked on the street leaving me with a deep wound and broken bones. I was helpless. My left hind foot had to be amputated and now I’m called the “Tripod” dog.

I was rescued in Pasig after a vehicle run over me. My head took the impact and my left eye had to be removed. Now, they call me “One-eyed” Victor.

As a stray in Quezon City, I had no place to call home. With no proper shelter and warm roof, I contracted skin disease. But now, I’m starting to recover thanks to you!