Please Support Peace 4 Animals’ Critical Work To Save Animals Worldwide This Giving Tuesday!

Peace 4 Animals works every day to generate positive change for animals, our health, and our environment. The following is a sampling of some of the many ways the noted nonprofit organization is helping to make the world a better place.

Peace 4 Animals helps to protect and save endangered species from around the world, including working with and supporting numerous anti-poaching partners and rescue groups on the ground throughout Africa, Indonesia, and India.

The Peace 4 Animals team continues to work with their legislative partners in California to help pass critical landmark animal welfare bills throughout the state.

Currently, Peace 4 Animals is finishing its second documentary titled ‘Why On Earth’ which shines a light on many of the brave and compassionate people who dedicate their lives to saving animals worldwide. Peace 4 Animals previously produced the award-winning documentary ‘Give Me Shelter’ which premiered on Netflix in 2015.

Working to inspire, educate, and affect the critical change that is necessary in the world today, Peace 4 Animals also creates thought-provoking and impactful billboard campaigns, including ones that promote a plant-based diet in order to save the lives of millions of animals on factory farms.

On this Giving Tuesday, please consider donating to Peace 4 Animals to help support their continued efforts to improve and protect our worlds’ most sentient beings, HERE!

You can help all animals and our planet by choosing compassion on your plate and in your glass. #GoVeg

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