Our Campaigns

The Center actively engages with corporations through animal advocacy campaigns and programs, giving investors, donors, and citizens the opportunity to use their capital to foster a humane economic order.

Kangaroos Are Not Shoes

Convincing adidas and other soccer shoe manufacturers to stop participating in the killing of two million kangaroos a year in the largest commercial slaughter of mammals on the planet.

Cage-free Future​

Encouraging food producers to stop purchasing pork and eggs from farms that use extreme confinement that barely allow the animals to move.

Animal Fighting is the Pits

We are working to end cockfighting — one of the biggest underground animal-use industries in the U.S., with fighting birds raised on an agricultural scale.

Modernize Testing

Supporting the FDA Modernization Act of 2021 that seeks to amend the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act to eliminate the requirement that all new drugs go through extensive rounds of animal testing.

Dunking the Milk Mandate in Schools

We are working to end an archaic and wasteful milk mandate in the National School Lunch Program and to give kids a plant-based choice that delivers comparable nutrition without making them ill.

Banning Greyhound Racing

Forcing private entertainment companies that how racetracks to phase out their dog tracks and save countless dogs from injury, death and extreme confinement

ReThink Mink​

We are working to end mink farming for fur — an industry that causes immense suffering to mink and poses major animal and human health threats because of the unique susceptibility of factory-farmed mink to SARS-CoV-2.

Veterans for Mustangs Act

Helping veterans and wild horses by deploying former troops to apply humane fertility control strategies and limit reproduction of wild equines in the American West.

Elephants in Crisis​

We want humane tourism built around elephants — not backbreaking labor or trophy hunting. We are working to feed captive, working elephants in Thailand after tourism cratered there and elephant camps could not afford to feed them.

Protecting the Orca​

Only 73 orcas now swim off the Pacific Northwest coast, their numbers dwindled because of salmon overfishing. We don’t need to eat King Salmon. Orcas do.