Become an Animal Protector today
Stand by their side and end the suffering
Tigers and other wild animals used for entertainment suffer every day of their long lives. They desperately need you to stand by their side and protect them from cruelty, pain and exploitation.
Please become an Animal Protector today. Your vital ongoing support can stop this.
Taken from the wild and from their mothers, broken and forced to perform, made to live their whole lives in cruel captivity – a life in entertainment is no life for a wild animal.
Elephants chained up, beaten and starved to allow people to ride on their backs.
Monkeys cruelly forced to dress up and perform tricks. Tigers beaten into submission to allow people to pet them and take a photo.
Many tourists simply don’t realise that wild animals don’t interact with people because they want to, but because they are forced to – only cruelty keeps there.
Right now, thousands of animals in entertainment desperately need your to stand by their side to stop this. Please join our pride of Animal Protectors, playing a crucial role in protecting the lives of animals arounds the world.
$15 a month could help to educate tourists and lobby tour operators to stop selling tickets to wild animal shows.
$20 a month could protect wild animals from being threatened, and help to re-train people to find new ways of living without abusing wild animals.
$40 a month could help develop sustainable solutions for moving wild animals that are forced to perform for entertainment into wild or semi-wild environments.
Where your money goes
World Animal Protection has been protecting animals for over 50 years and we passionately believe that animals matter. With your support, we’ll go where animal suffering is most far reaching and animal cruelty is most severe.
In 2017, 87% of funds raised went towards protecting animals in our four areas of work. We strive to ensure your vital donations make the largest impact for animals and help achieve lasting change.
* These figures are in local currency and taken from the New Zealand 2017 audited accounts.
- Programs = 87%
- Fundraising = 11%
- Admin = 2%