Here are our fantastic partners whom we support and are supported by. Take a look at them below, visit them,
and support the amazing work they do! ❤
Beyond Animal's mission is to accelerate the transition towards animal-free products and services across all industries worldwide. A multi function platform, a vegan business hub where you can create networks - job board, groups, events, resource library, newsfeed. We match investors to projects and vice versa.
Animal Rebellion is a mass volunteer movement demanding that the government end the destructive
animal farming and fishing industries, and lead a transition to a just, sustainable plant-based food
system. We recognise that a plant-based food system is the only system that can minimise the risk of
climate breakdown, halt mass extinction and social collapse.
Building innovative digital tools + creating powerful networks for online and offline
action = a new generation of whistleblowers for animals. Shine a light on Animal Agriculture
using our interactive map. Animal rights activists can communicate, collaborate, and network
with one another to be as effective as possible in their work towards animal liberation.
PETA exposes animals suffering in laboratories, in the food industry, in the clothing trade, and in the entertainment industry. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is an American animal rights organization based in Norfolk, Virginia, and led by Ingrid Newkirk, its international president. The nonprofit corporation claims 6.5 million supporters.
Join thousands of animal rights activists in revolutionizing street activism. Join us in the streets to expose
the exploitation of farmed animals and inspire a kinder, vegan world. For the first time ever, using We The Free’s DnA,
you will be able to understand the full impact and statistics of your street activism. We The Free is powered by Vegan Bootcamp's technology.
Our mission is to bring the laws of supply & demand to US farm policy so that when we vote against
animal-based foods with our wallets, demand actually falls. Today those mechanisms are largely
absent from the free market, as subsidies and bailouts have effectively disconnected big animal ag
from basic free-market economics.