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Every year in Australia, millions of gentle hens, curious chickens, and sensitive mother pigs are kept locked up and hidden away in factory farms. These intelligent animals are denied everything that makes life worth living. Our powerful new TV ad gives a voice to these 'invisible' animals — and encourages each and every one of us to use our power to create a kinder world for them.
In 2015, an Animals Australia investigation revealed the extent of deprivation and suffering experienced by greyhounds exported to the notorious Canidrome racetrack in Macau. Last year, they were given a second chance when the Canidrome was shut down by a united worldwide campaign run by animal protection groups including Animals Australia, Anima Macau, Grey2K USA and Pet Levrieri.
Now, following another massive global effort, these long-suffering dogs have arrived in their new loving forever homes across the world. They're now safe, free at last.
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Donations to Animals Australia's campaigns are put to immediate use to expose and end animal abuse wherever it occurs and to provide resources for cruelty investigations. They also fund landmark television, radio and print awareness campaigns to expose factory farming and empower consumers to make kind choices.
If you have made a pledge to support a particular campaign, your donations are used to continue strengthening that specific campaign area.
Fundraising for animals online is a fuss-free method of promoting Animals Australia and takes the hassle out of donation collection.
Design your own fundraising page, take a challenge, start a gift registry or create a memorial for a loved one. All donations made through your fundraising page go directly to Animals Australia with no middleman involved.
If you would like to hold a fundraising event that falls outside the scope of our online fundraising, please register with our national volunteer group, the Action Network, by clicking here
Following your Action Network registration, please download our Fundraising Proposal Form. Please send your completed Proposal Form to and we will be in touch as quickly as possible. Please allow sufficient time for us to assess and approve your proposal.
Did you know that the only animal welfare groups able to claim deductible gift recipient (DGR) status are those working on behalf of endangered species, or groups seen by the Government to be providing a community service, such as pet shelters or pounds?
This means that while Animals Australia is a registered charity, we do not have DGR status. Neither do other animal welfare organisations whose primary goal is to help animals raised for food, entertainment or experimentation. As you know, many of the industries Animals Australia has actively been involved in exposing, such as the live export trade, enjoy government support.
Thankfully our wonderful supporters have encouraged us with their determination to not let this influence their financial support. Together, Animals Australia and our supporters will continue to fight to improve the lives of all animals and speak for those who cannot.