Getting involved in a local animal rights group is a great way to connect with other vegans and make a difference in your community. But you may not know where to start or what groups are around you. That’s why we created the Animal Rights Map!
The Animal Rights Map catalogues over 2,500 different animal rights groups operating all over the globe. Simply go to AnimalRightsMap.org and navigate the map to find your city. Here you will be able to find any group in or around your town. Click a marker and a hyperlink will pop up. By clicking on the link provided, you will be taken directly to the group’s website or Facebook group. From there, you can find upcoming events to attend, volunteer opportunities, and other ways to get involved in your local vegan community.
If you don’t see an Animal Rights group that you know, please tell us by clicking, “Submit a group” on the left-hand side of the page. If there are no groups at all in your area, you could start one (and make sure you let us know)!
Attending events and volunteering for Animal Rights groups in your community is mutually beneficial. You’re spreading awareness of animal welfare and veganism while also making new friends and networking with vegans in your community, it’s a win-win.
Using your voice to uplift an animal rights group’s message is one of the best things you could do to get us closer to liberating the animals. AnimalRightMap.org is your best resource to find a group looking for a passionate activist like you. The more people that get involved, the closer we are to achieving meaningful change.