Thank you for your interest in my outreach program. Many of the image designs I use are the property of respected and reputable groups who are doing their part to educate the masses as well about a variety of animal protection concerns.
A list of all groups and personal efforts I promote on my flyers follows at the end of this page.
In recruiting potential new designs to be used, I look for premium and elite images that will entice and capture the readers attention. I also prefer to use designs that include a website so more information can be ascertained.
If you need motivation or help in understanding how/where to leave flyers, view my guide.
The cost is .25 per flyer. All donations made will be posted on site for reference. Place an order here.
Each group promoted through my outreach effort will receive up to 100% of the proceeds from each and every order. (This was initially at 75% and upgraded on 4/16/16)
DONATION BREAKDOWN FOR GROUP-BASED DESIGNS
# OF GROUPS REPRESENTED PER ORDER RECEIVED
% DONATED TO EACH GROUP
1 group | 100%
2 groups | 50%
3 groups | 17%
More than 3 groups: 5%
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Note: The following designs are not associated with a particular group or the group does not accept donations. When you purchase these designs, you will be asked to indicate an alternate group (from the charity list that follows) to receive the proceeds from the sale of these items.
- Tears mean the same in any kind of language
- They die piece by piece/Washington Post Article
- Boycott P&G Campaign
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ANIMAL ADVOCACY PROMOTED INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
Nestled on 600-acres in Grass Valley, CA, Animal Place provides refuge to hundreds of neglected farmed animals. Sanctuary is important work, but Animal Place strives to create meaningful change for farmed animals through advocacy and education. Thousands of visitors flock to the sanctuary each year to learn more about the animals and farming. Volunteer classes introduce folks to the more intense ways people can help.
ETHICAL CHOICES PROGRAM
Works to empower high-school and college students to make thoughtful, responsible lifestyle decisions in order to improve their health, protect the environment and decrease animal suffering.
BITE SIZE VEGAN
Works to provide video-based (free) educational resources on all aspects of veganism
“269” is a calf who was born into an Israeli dairy farm. His life was saved, near his scheduled slaughter day. By branding his number on our bodies, we show our solidarity with the victims of the animal holocaust all around the world, remembering to never forget. We encourage activists to show support for & spread the message of 269 in any way, shape or form.
Works to form groups or support already existing ones in areas notorious for cruel methods of fur production. By informing consumers across the globe, we hope to encourage them to make conscientious choices by not purchasing fur or leather products as well as other items based on animal exploitation.
Works to educate people about the destructive effects released balloons have on animals, people, and the environment, and strives to inspire and promote an eco-conscious lifestyle.
WOODSTOCK FARM ANIMAL SANCTUARY
Works to engage in hands-on work of rescuing, rehabilitating and caring for farmed animal refugees — as well as educating the public about the typically horrific treatment of animals who are raised for food.
ANIMAL LEGAL DEFENSE FUND
Works to protect the lives and advance the interests of animals through the legal system.
UNITED POULTRY CONCERNS
Wworks to address the treatment of domestic fowl in food production, science, education, entertainment, and human companionship situations.
Works to improve conditions for farm animals. We work primarily in the field, trailing livestock trucks on highways, visiting markets and auctions, collecting stations, and slaughterhouses.
ANIMAL RESCUE, INC
Works to find a responsible home for our residents and while in our care, ensure all animals receive the level of care they need.
Works to find an address the invisible belief system or ideology, known as Carnism, that conditions people to eat certain animals.
BEAGLE FREEDOM PROJECT
Works to eliminate the suffering of all animals through rescue, public education and outreach.
WE ANIMALS PROJECT
Works to document, through photography, animals in the human environment. Humans are as much animal as the sentient beings we use for food, clothing, research, experimentation, work, entertainment, slavery and companionship.
A WELL-FED WORLD
Work to alleviate the suffering of people hungry from lack of food and the suffering of animals used and abused for food.
TORONTO PIG SAVE
Toronto Pig Save works to erect glass walls at Toronto’s slaughterhouses in order to encourage people to choose vegan, protect the environment, and support farm sanctuaries.
TORONTO COW SAVE
Toronto Cow Save’s mission is to erect glass walls at Toronto area slaughterhouses in order to encourage people to choose vegan, protect the environment, and support farm sanctuaries.
TORONTO CHICKEN SAVE
Toronto Chicken Save is a grassroots group dedicated to making slaughterhouses have glass walls so that everybody would become vegan. We are a sister organization of Toronto Pig Save.
MERCY FOR ANIMALS
Works to prevent cruelty to farmed animals and promote compassionate food choices and policies.
COMPASSION OVER KILLING
Works to end animal cruelty to animals in agriculture and promotes vegetarian eating as a way to build a kinder world for all of us, both human and nonhuman.
- ARTISTS & INDIVIDUAL EFFORTS
Works to expose the realities of animal exploitation. Connecting you with animals moments before their slaughter. Making it impossible to distance yourself from the reality of animal suffering inside slaughter-truck. All footage is collected outside slaughterhouses.
Jo Frederiks is a passionate animal rights advocate, speaking through her art to create awareness of animal cruelty. She is a fulltime practicing Wildlife artist, currently working towards her next major exhibition, exposing the well-hidden plight of helpless ‘livestock’ animals.
Dana Ellyn is a DC resident and full-time painter who lives and paints in her studio in a subsidized artist housing unit in downtown Washington DC. Dana Ellyn committed herself to full-time status in 2002 when she decided to leave her corporate job and pursue painting. Her work is exemplified by a risk-taking vision, strong content, and colorful critiques of social norms.