Four Effective Ways To Help Animals From Anywhere

  1. Use Every Social Gathering As An Opportunity To Speak Up For Animals  
     
    You can change social norms by making a powerful commitment to friends and family to refuse to eat with them when they are eating animals. Represent your pledge by sporting a fork bracelet everywhere you go. When people ask you what it is, tell them about the commitment you’ve made for animals.

    Take The Liberation Pledge Here: www.liberationpledge.com 

A.J Hill takes the Liberation Pledge. Here he is declaring his commitment to the animals on social media and wearing his fork bracelet! 

A.J Hill takes the Liberation Pledge. Here he is declaring his commitment to the animals on social media and wearing his fork bracelet! 

2. Help Animals Virtually

Too busy to drive to protests and meetups? Join a working group and help animals behind the scenes with the time, skills and resources you are able to contribute. DxE has multiple working groups. You can take on anything from big projects to small tasks from the convenience of your laptop. One person doing their part can make a big difference!

Sign up to join: www.directactioneverywhere.com/sign-up

At the monthly new activist orientation, DxE's Design Group introduces new activists to design work they can do remotely to help animals. 

At the monthly new activist orientation, DxE's Design Group introduces new activists to design work they can do remotely to help animals. 

3. Use Social Media To Help Animals From Anywhere

We can’t defy the laws of physics and be in two places at the same time. But to the extent we can, it’s because of social media. Going to the grocery store during your lunch break? Take flowers and place them on animals’ bodies at the store. Take a photo and post it on social media. Additionally, make a commitment to sharing images and videos of rescue and liberation. 

Email: Priya@directactioneverywhere.com to see how you can help with social media. 

Anabella puts flowers on the bodies of animals inside of grocery stores and posts them to social media in order to inspire people to do the same!  

Anabella puts flowers on the bodies of animals inside of grocery stores and posts them to social media in order to inspire people to do the same!  

4. Become A Host To Visiting Activists

Maybe you can’t leave home because you’re busy taking care of non-human animals, but you can invite others in! Hosting activists from out of town is a great way to help animals. When you host activists you allow activists to connect with one each other, develop trust, share interests, and spread important skills and knowledge.

DxE's Peggy opened her doors to activists from out of town during DxE's annual forum!   

DxE's Peggy opened her doors to activists from out of town during DxE's annual forum! 


 



 


 

 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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