We couldn't make progress for animals without the help of compassionate people who campaign in their spare time. Here are six easy actions you can take to help our current campaigns to succeed.
1. Order a Go Vegan pack
Going vegan is the single biggest step you can take to help animals. Our FREE Go Vegan packs contain friendly advice on everything from nutrition to eating out. Already vegan? Why not order some of our leaflets to distribute, encouraging others to go animal-free too?Order your free pack today!
2. Ask your MP to speak out against cruel game bird cages
Tens of thousands of breeding pheasants and partridges are confined in cruel battery cages. The offspring they produce will eventually be shot for sport. Political support is growing for a ban on these cruel cages. Will you ask your MP to add their voice?
Contact your MP now
3. Speak out against grouse shooting
The grouse shooting season – the so-called Glorious Twelfth – has now started. We have leaflets and posters you can order for free about the cruelty of shooting these birds for ‘sport’.
Order resources now
4. Get informed about animal experiments and help bring them to an end
Our FREE End Animal Experiments pack contains detailed but user-friendly resources about the problems with animal research. It contains ideas for getting involved with the campaign, which can also be seen on our website.
Order your pack today
5. Ask supermarkets to commit to vegan labelling
Since we started our #MarkItVegan campaign, Tesco, Asda, Aldi and Morrisons have committed to clearly labelling their own brand vegan products. Sainsburys and the Co-op had taken this important step even before we launched the campaign. Please sign our petition asking other supermarkets to up their vegan game!
Sign the petition now
6. Call on the Wildlife Trusts to leave grey squirrels in peace!
Sadly, the Wildlife Trusts are leading an initiative that involves killing grey squirrels. This is all part of a misguided attempt to help red squirrels. Please order our campaign postcards to send to local Wildlife Trusts.
Thank you so much for your help.
If you would like more information about any of these campaigns, please contact us.
Please also take a moment to find out about more general ways you can support our work.