Animal Aid

Online Campaigning

We have made a set of online campaigning tools that allow you to write to your MP, sign online petitions and find out about protests. They're all really easy to use, so you can start campaigning today!

Tell the world

Writing letters to newspapers can spread the message far and wide. Contact us if you would like the details of your local newspaper or click on the links below to contact the national newspapers. For tips, see our Guide to Writing Letters.

Email the Independent
Email the Guardian
Email the Times
Email the Daily Mail
Email the Express
Email the Mirror
Email the Sun
Email the Observer
Email the Sunday Times

Stay connected!

Keep your finger on the pulse. You can either receive monthly news round-ups by email, or up-to-the-minute action alerts via RSS. With the latter, you can customise what you receive, choosing from action alerts, press releases and news items.

Social networking


We have a MySpace profile, so check us out there. If you have your own profile, you can add some of our web buttons. See you on MySpace!

Become Animal Aid's friend on myspace

Become a fan of Animal Aid on Facebook

We have a page on Facebook, so please have a look and become a fan. Hope to see you there!

Find Animal Aid on Facebook

Follow us on Twitter

We are tweeting on Twitter, commenting on today's news and letting you know all about the latest here at Animal Aid, including actions for you to do to help animals. Follow us today!

Follow AnimalAid on Twitter

Spread the word

Information can spread rapidly on the internet. Inform your friends about animal exploitation using our viral videos, or by using the 'send to a friend' box at the bottom of every page.

Add our banners to your website

We have a selection of Animal Aid campaigning banners that you can add to you personal website, or myspace page.

Online petitions

Find out about events and protests

Visit our diary dates page to find out about organised events and protests. Let us know about your events and we will publicise them.

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