What small animal group will we help next?

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Grassroots advocacy is the heart and soul of the animal protection movement. But small animal groups are sorely underfunded; they rely mostly on volunteer time and donated resources.

That’s why HRC started the Grassroots Research Fund: to help small animal groups save even more lives with access to professional research methods.
You see, our Grassroots Research Fund provides FREE access to HRC’s expert research services. The result? Grassroots animal protection groups save even more animals from factory farms, laboratories, puppy mills, and animal abusers everywhere.
But don’t just take my word for it. Darci Galati, President/Founder of Cats and Dogs International said, "Last year, CANDi was selected by HRC to receive a substantial grant which we used towards providing solid research on the impact of stray animals at tourist destinations. This report helps us educate and encourage the tourism industry and other partners to embrace the humane treatment of animals as part of their corporate social responsibility policies. CANDi's work would not be possible without the help of life-saving non-profit organizations like the HRC. We are so grateful for their support!.”  

Now we’re excited to announce that HRC will be accepting new applications for the Grassroots Research Fund starting in January! But we can’t do this alone. We’re committing $2,500, but we urgently need your help to match that amount to provide another grassroots project in 2014. Can you donate today?

Please donate $15, $25, $50, or even $100 today!

There’s no limit to what you can give and every dollar you contribute can be written-off for federal tax purposes.

Thank you for supporting HRC’s work to help small animal groups!

My vote

I'm sure I don't get a vote in the project HRC chooses, but I'd like to suggest that this year, the focus be on veganism. Veganism addresses the largest causes of animal suffering, and helps species from chickens, cows and pigs to monkeys, elephants, dogs and cats. I implore HRC to be as strategic as they can with their own resources.

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