September 11, 2012

ASPCA Awards Grant to Support MFA's Campaigns to Protect Farmed Animals

happy_pig_400.jpgMercy For Animals is proud to announce that the ASPCA is supporting our efforts to broaden awareness of the plight of farmed animals and to provide quality educational outreach programming across the nation this year. We are delighted to have the partnership of the ASPCA in 2012 as we reach millions of individuals and give hope to the cows, chickens, sheep, and pigs suffering within the factory-farm confines of modern animal agribusiness.

Through our five regional offices, MFA offers humane education seminars, leaflets throughout our communities, and organizes events that expose tens of thousands of individuals to the truth about animal agribusiness. This year, MFA has already distributed over 600,000 pieces of pro-vegetarian literature, given nearly 100 talks, and screened our thought-provoking video Farm to Fridge to thousands. Our partnership with the ASPCA has also enabled us to spread our message of compassion across the nation with numerous demonstrations like our Why Love One but Eat the Other campaign, which highlights the importance of caring for all animals.

All of MFA's numerous investigations, programs, campaigns, and outreach events exist because of support provided by thousands of generous individuals, foundations, and organizations who, like us, believe that compassion should extend to all beings. We humbly thank the ASPCA and all of you for joining us in our efforts.
 
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