1. Giving supports lasting change for the animals.
A gift to Compassionate Action for Animals continues to support CAA’s approach to change for farmed animals through our focused programs:
- Increasing Awareness with our Wholesome Minnesota, Bridges of Respect, and ExploreVeg Mentorship Programs
- Building Community through our dine-outs, potlucks, documentary screenings, farm sanctuary visits, and Twin Cities Veg Fest
- Nurturing Advocates through leafleting, Pay-Per-View, and more
- Ultimately, Making Change!
2. Your gift counts!
Large or small, every gift given adds up to support the animals through:
- Increasing the amount of plant-based food served by schools and institutions by supporting the growth of our Wholesome Minnesota program
- Launching a mentor program that will provide one-on-one diet change support for individuals
- Training volunteers who will continue to expand our educational video outreach and leafleting programs
- Bringing over 10,000 people to Twin Cities Veg Fest 2019
3. Giving feels good!
The holidays aren’t known as the season of giving for nothing––as more and more people move away from giving material gifts during this season, giving a gift of any size to an organization focusing on an issue you or a loved one cares about feels great! And science even says giving is better than receiving.
4. When you give, you are helping to change the lives of all animals.
Human and non-human lives. Plain and simple.
5. Giving brings us closer to the world you want to live in.
We are all waking up together to the truth of the impact the farming industrial complex has on the animals, our bodies, our communities, and the Earth. Contributing your time and other resources help to support and add momentum to the plant-based, animal rights movement.
Please be part of the change of animals and make a gift today. When you donate, we’d love it if you wrote a comment and told us your reason for giving.
Prefer to make a gift of stock? We can now accept your gift here!
All funds donated will help us make a strong transition from 2018 to 2019 and give our programs the financial support they need to thrive. All month, we are sharing stories of volunteers impacted by our work on social media.