Bringing people together, for the animals

From calling for an end to the use of animals for cosmetics testing to demanding increased government transparency regarding animal welfare, NAVS supporters like you came out in record numbers this year to let your legislators know that you stand with the animals—because it’s the right thing to do.

Through the NAVS Advocacy Center, over 90,000 letters were sent to those in power in 2017—and these demands to make compassion the law of the land didn’t go unheard. Just one example: After we asked you to step up in support of the Humane Cosmetics Act to end cosmetics testing on animals this past September, the number of sponsors of the bill increased almost immediately by 33%, from 66 to 98 co-sponsors. And the momentum you built didn’t stop. The bill now has more than 160 co-sponsors, and support continues to grow!

But you know that the fight for a cruelty-free world is a long and challenging one. That’s why we’re asking you to make a holiday donation to NAVS today.

We’re up against lobbyists, corporations and organizations that continue to benefit from the exploitation of animals in the name of faulty “science.”

The good news is that there is power in numbers. Together we can help change the legal system to ensure that laws provide justice for animals. But we need to keep the pressure on. We need to educate the public and let our collective voice grow louder until we cannot be ignored.

Animals’ lives depend on it.   

With your donation today, you’ll help continue efforts to pass legislation throughout the country that will bring an end to conduct that we know is unethical and unjustifiable. You’ll empower thousands of advocates to flood elected officials’ inboxes with letters demanding protection and justice for animals. And you’ll help expose the truth—to as many people as possible—that cruel and wasteful experiments on animals are NOT necessary to advance science. 

Your gift will help make 2018 a historic year for animals. 
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This entry was posted in News on December 14, 2017.
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