Farmed animals: How can you help them — right now?
If you care about animals or want to learn the truth about the cruel abuse of animals in the animal agriculture industry, now is the time to get involved in the animal protection movement. Here are five easy ways to get started.
Intern or Volunteer With Animal Outlook
We’re always looking for compassionate folks to join us in mainstreaming veganism and taking on big ag.
Follow Us On Social Media
You can find us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn. We also have a supportive vegan group online where you can find tips, advice, new recipes and so much more to help you on your vegan journey. You can use the power of social media to educate others by sharing the truth about Big Ag with your followers. Our social media accounts highlight the deceptive marketing and advertising strategies used by the meat, dairy and egg industries to trick consumers into believing farmed animals live happy lives and are treated well. Stand up for farmed animals everywhere by helping to share the truth — about deceptive marketing and advertising and the other many secrets of this cruel industry. Your followers might decide veganism is right for them, too, once they’re armed with this knowledge.
Watch And Share Our Investigations Videos
Take action right from your computer — exercise your right to know and spread the truth about what the animal agriculture tries to keep hidden.
The best way to help animals is to leave them off our plates. As the number of vegan restaurants continues to grow, it’s easier than ever to avoid animal products. And, more and more vegan products are popping up on store shelves around the world. Finally, a vegan diet is just plain healthier. Check out our TryVeg website to find delicious recipes, tips, ideas and more.
Thanks to generous supporters, Animal Outlook’s investigators and legal team work to expose the truth about factory farming and animal cruelty, and to serve justice for suffering animals. Help make lasting change for animals by giving today.