Coronavirus update

Posted on the 24th March 2020

Further to the latest government advice, we have had to take the very difficult decision to fully close our offices.

This means that from 24th March we are no longer able to fulfil orders for goods and will not be able to answer telephone calls from supporters.

We have already suspended our school talks programme, as well as the sending out of campaign resources. However, we are doing all we can to continue our Education programme, such as promoting our free online resources, and offering Skype sessions instead of school talks.

Most of our staff are able to work remotely, so we are continuing with our campaigns work. Please rest assured that we are doing as much as we possibly can to ensure that we can continue to make vital progress for animals.

To maintain our campaign actions under these difficult circumstances, we are encouraging as many people as possible to support us online, safely from home.

Here are some online actions you can take:

  1. Contact the Welsh Government and urge them to introduce independently monitored CCTV in all Welsh slaughterhouses
  2. Sign the petition urging Kellogg’s to switch to a vegan vitamin D in all of their cereals
  3. Contact your MP and ask them to support a ban on the whip in horse racing

Of course, in order to continue with our work, we are reliant upon your donations more than ever. Please donate and help us continue to fight for justice for animals.

Thank you.

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