Animal Justice Project is an all animal rights organization focusing mainly on ending the use of animals for experiments - an issue very few smaller, grassroots organizations now work on in Britain - and we couple this with vegan outreach and campaigns.
This project serves as a model not only to address snakebite issues, but also to engage local communities in the conservation of threatened snake species by building their capacity, dispelling the myths, garnering respect, compassion and appreciation towards all living creatures by establishing a harmonious relationship between humans and snakes to coexist.
Our team of volunteers will engage restaurateurs with materials on alternatives to single-use plastic and styrofoam. In addition, we aim to make an easy-to-use mobile-friendly website that would evaluate restaurants on eco-friendly criteria like takeout policy, utensils, cups, straws, napkins, and of course, plastic bags.
This program addresses the issue of financial assistance, lack of mentorship for girls in sports and coaching, high school drop out rates, and community engagement and leadership from youth.
365give inspires people to create a better, happier world by developing a habit of giving — one person, one give, one day at a time. What started as a fun-parenting project has now turned into a global giving moving.
The 5th Element Collectors and Curators Society is the first educational outreach initiative of the Black History 101 Mobile Museum. In the summer of 2018, Black History 101 Mobile Museum founder Khalid el-Hakim will facilitate a series of workshops for high school students in the city of Kalamazoo, MI focusing on the various things students collect.
‘Got Drought?’ is a billboard and social media campaign that raises awareness about how animal agriculture wastes water, pollutes the environment and contributes to climate change. This project utilizes visual graphics, social media, and interactive website and billboards to educate people about the effects of animal agriculture on our environment.
Rubber Jellyfish is an independent documentary film that explores the surprising transformation of helium balloons - into bizarre, jellyfish shapes when allowed to rise into the atmosphere. This project reveals the unfortunate consequences when these balloons are mistaken for prey by hungry sea turtles, sea birds, and other species.
Vegánske hody is a vegan food festival in 3 cities around Slovakia. The food festival started in 2009 and since then it has grown to a major event taking place 4 times a year at 3 different cities around the country, attracting more than 20 000 visitors in 2017.