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Animal Voice is a non profit organisation and relies
solely on donations & sponsorship.
HUMANE EDUCATION is the umbrella organisation for ANIMAL VOICE
and is the official representative of COMPASSION IN WORLD FARMING South Africa
Your money could make a huge difference!
Please help us teach a culture of non-violence that includes all the inhabitants of our Earth.
You can donate to us by one of the following means:
Compassion in World Farming (South Africa) falls under the umbrella of The Humane Education Trust which supplies a magazine entitled Animal Voice, as well as educational resources to schools, consumers and the public at large. Our work is holistic and includes the well-being of children, as much as of animals. In addition, we appeal to consumers to make a difference to our planet through their buying power. Only with your help can we achieve better lives for farmed animals. Become part of this revolution towards ‘Lives worth Living’ by making a monthly donation, a once-off donation, fund raising, leaving a gift in your will or giving a gift in memory of a loved one.
Every donation received is spent wisely and valued by us. Your generous support will help us to prevent the cruelty and abuse that farm animals across South Africa are subjected to.
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Direct Donations / Monthly Donations
Becoming a monthly donator is one of the most powerful and effective ways to support us. As a monthly donator you will be helping animals across South Africa every day by providing reliable funds which allows us to focus less on raising funds, and to put more effort and time into our projects and building a nation of compassionate informed consumers. Please find below our details should you wish to create a monthly stop order in aid of Compassion in World Farming:
Account: the Humane Education Trust
Account Number: 9094070046
ABSA Bank, Somerset West
Branch No.: 632005
Type of Account: Savings
(SWIFT CODE - FOR INTERNATIONAL DEPOSITS - ABSAZAJJ)
We have a three-pronged approach:
Animal Voice magazine is a voice for the voiceless. We expose the truth behind animal injustices in South Africa, as well as shine a light on the brave activists who make a difference to the lives of animals. Animal Voice is the only national magazine in South Africa dedicated to achieving better lives for farmed animals through consumer awareness and their buying power.
Humane Education’s Caring Classrooms programme provides online resources for downloading, suitable for learners in grades R - 7. The resources are aimed at awakening a sense of empathy and developing core values. By rekindling the spirit of care and respect for all life, learners find a new sense of self-esteem and confidence. Our programme is curriculum-aligned and SETA accredited. “How we treat animals and how we treat each other are two stems that grow from the same root. If there are thorns of neglect, contempt or cruelty on one, we can be sure to find them on the other” - Ronald Swartz.
Compassion in World Farming (South Africa) concentrates on the welfare of farmed animals. We work at government and retail level to achieve improvements for farmed animals and put an end to cruel factory farming. We create awareness about industrialised farming, empowering consumers to make a difference through their buying power. We engage industry, farmer organizations and retailers in finding solutions and alternatives to the inhumane system of factory farming. In doing so we bring about better lives for farmed animals.
As with any social change in the annals of history, one of the key elements of change is the creation of awareness. When enough people know enough about the issues at hand, change becomes not just called for, but inevitable.
Animal Voice and Compassion in World Farming (SA) do not offer immediate relief to the suffering of animals in any given situation. We are not inspectors. This vital function falls on animal welfare organisations around South Africa.
Our function is to raise social awareness, through the peaceful dissemination of information, that our cruel and disrespectful treatment of animals is abhorrent, unjust, indefensible and ultimately in conflict with all that we, as humans, believe ourselves to be. Inhumane treatment of those at our mercy, destroys our very humanity. This is why we adhere only to the facts so that our professionalism in exposing the reality of the suffering that animals face, can never be put in doubt.
We work towards social change at every level.
It is also why we put so much effort into humane education, teaching our learners basic principles such as the Five Freedoms for Animals.
Leaving us a gift in your will
With your help we can continue our work to stop animal cruelty and factory farming. Through your generous support, you can help us to make our vision of kinder farming and more compassionate world of consumers a reality for animals.
Once you have made a bequest to us, please let us know, so that we are aware of your support.
You can call us on 021 852 8160, or email us at
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Telephone / Fax: 021 852 8160
Our Location: Western Cape, South Africa
Postal Address: PO Box 825 Somerset West
Western Cape South Africa 7129
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