EcochickAnimal ethics for kids: humane education project wins two grants, January 2015

“A small not-for-profit project run by volunteer teachers, activists and writers from all over the country has taken out two grant awards to expand their work in the new year.

ThinkKind, a humane education website that publishes free curriculum-linked resources to help teachers introduce young students to animal ethics, has won a Voiceless Grant Award and an Impact Grant from the Pollination Project.

The annual Voiceless Grants Program provides financial support for projects aimed at reducing the suffering of animals in industrialised farms and the commercial kangaroo industry. Other recipients this year included RSPCA Queensland, Monash University, University of Technology Sydney and the Animal Justice Party.”

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