Animals, Humans, and Assistance

In anticipation of upcoming content on Performing Humanity, we’re using this month to feature a number of organizations invested in animal rights and animal protection.  For anyone interested in more information on these groups, or to volunteer time and resources, please click on the links. If you have further suggestions or wish to share experiences, we encourage you to contribute in the Comments Section!

World Wildlife Fund

The world’s leading conservation organization, which seeks to bridge science with social justices for the benefit of humans and non-human animals.


A charity committed to promoting effective means of preventing cruelty to animals throughout the United States.

Animal Charities of America

A hub site that vets animal charities and posts links for contributors’ further research.

An Act of Dog

A non-profit using art to promote awareness of and work toward a no-kill solution for shelter dogs in the United States.

Volunteer Equine Advocates

A regional charity working in collaboration with local officials to identify horses experiencing abuse or neglect in order to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome.


About MGN

Miranda Garno Nesler is a specialist in early material culture, gender, textuality, and animal studies. View all posts by MGN

One response to “Animals, Humans, and Assistance

  • Kaitlyn Davis

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. The Kowboy Corral (Greenville, OH) is hosting a Team Roping fundraiser for victims of domestic violence. Please come to show your support! The event will be Sunday, October 20, 2013 at 1pm. For more info checkout!

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