Support Our New Centre

Build a Better World
Be Part of the New Anchor for Animal Welfare Services and Education

Pet ownership in Hong Kong is growing, and so is the need for better animal welfare. The SPCA Jockey Club Centennial Centre (Tsing Yi Centre) is our answer to the new world. As Hong Kong’s largest hub of animal welfare and education, it will ensure animals are protected, valued and able to enjoy the quality of life they deserve through:

Expanded facilities to care for abused and abandoned animals

Interactive learning to schools and community on the care of animals

Critical and lifestyle services that ensure the well-being of your pets


The SPCA Jockey Club Centennial Centre will give capacity to…

Shorten response time to our rescue calls

The new location can help us better serve rescue calls for animals in the N.T.

Increase our ability to take in and rehome animals

>8,000 sq. ft. dedicated to animal adoption

Decrease the number of abandoned and unwanted animals

>17,000 sq. ft. dedicated to our animal birth control and welfare work

Provide top-quality veterinary care

> 16,500 sq. ft. for animal surgeries and hospitalisation with state-of-the-art equipment

Expand our reach and educate the leaders of tomorrow

>5,200 sq. ft. for educational purposes and Hong Kong’s 1st immersive classroom on animal education

Cultivate an animal-loving community

More job openings and volunteer opportunities are made available to the animal-loving community and individuals, along with the café, rooftop garden and other facilities that provide a safe community space for pet lovers and pets to come together.

Help us build a better world
for animals in Hong Kong

Why the SPCA

Since the SPCA’s establishment in 1921, we have played an integral role in the development and enhancement of animal welfare in Hong Kong.

We are at the forefront of enhancing animal welfare, and we believe success requires more than preventing cruelty to animals – promoting an animal-inclusive society through education is equally important.

The opening of the new SPCA Jockey Club Centennial Centre in Tsing Yi represents the next milestone in our century-long involvement with Hong Kong’s advancement in animal welfare and pet-inclusivity. It will be the anchor to building a better world where all animals are treated with kindness, compassion and respect.

Currently, only 1% of the SPCA’s operating cost comes from Government subsidies. Without public donations, the Tsing Yi Centre cannot sustain its daily operations, and the early stages are the most crucial.

Learn how to get involved:

SPCA Jockey Club Centennial Centre

  • 38 Cheung Fai Road, Tsing Yi, New Territories
  • 93,861 square feet (8,720 square metres)

For more details on the services and facilities available at the Centre, Visit Now >



Please become an Animal Sponsor, and be part of giving more animals the second chance at life that they deserve!

Inspector Fund

In 2022-2023, the SPCA rescued 4,658 injured or trapped animals, and the 24-hour animal rescue hotline received 22,274 calls for help or inquiries.

Mosaic Animal Wall Donation Programme

Show your support for the SPCA, whilst also paying tribute to your own pet by capturing their likeness with this traditional ancient art form.

Paws for a New Hope Donation Scheme

Leave your mark at the SPCA Jockey Club Centennial Centre (Tsing Yi Centre).

Cinderella Vet Medical Fund

The Cinderella Vet Medical Fund provides support for homeless animals facing sudden and critical medical needs. These needs are often complex and require a sizeable cost.


Your donation will enable us to continue expanding this wonderful programme and help us to keep on helping more cats in our community.


Your support will help us continue to develop our programmes in China and play a significant role in bringing about a new era for animal welfare on the Mainland.

Individual Fundraising Campaign

Kudos to Derek our previous Executive Committee member and long-time supporter on his impressive 220km ultra-marathon run.

Legacy Giving

Leave a legacy and make a lasting impact on the lives of animals in need.

Want to know more about how you can sponsor?