Fund for Animals

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Fund for Animals

Address:200 W 57th St
New York, NY 10019

Established: 1967. Description:National animal welfare society concerned with the protection of all animals, wild and domestic. Opposes sport hunting and commercial trapping; operates animal sanctuaries in Texas and California. In 2005 The Fund for Animals and the Humane Society of the United States formed the Humane Society Legislative Fund to push for legislation protecting animals in Congress and all 50 states. Dues: $10/year.
Publications: Newsletter (quarterly); free to donors.

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In a news release accompanying the State of Hunting report, The Fund for Animals' national director, Heidi Prescott, called on state wildlife agencies to "stop catering to the hunting lobby and start paying more attention to wildlife watchers.'
The Fund for Animals announcement said the organization was "celebrating" the release of a U.S.
Well, the Fund for Animals finds comfort in the fact that the USFWS report indicates the number of hunters in the U.S.
Heidi Prescott, national director of The Fund for Animals, said, "These are long-term trends, not just a blip in the numbers, and we're delighted to see that more and more people are trading their guns for cameras.
To receive the illustrated song sheet (black, white and grey so your students can color in the pictures), please write to The Fund for Animals, 8121 Georgia Avenue, Suite 301, Silver Spring, MD 20910, or call (301) 585-2591.
Andrea Lococo of the Rocky Mountain office of the Fund for Animals makes the point that "most hunters I meet profess to be ethical hunters.
consists of its attitude toward those who are at its mercy: animals." CONTACT: The Fund For Animals, World Building, 8121 Georgia Avenue, Suite 301, Silver Spring, MD 20910/(301) 585-2591; Orion, The Hunter's Institute, 219 Vawter Street, Helena, MT 59601/ (406)449-2795.
A coalition including The Fund for Animals and Animal Protection Institute pressed for and, in 1987, obtained a federal court injunction prohibiting BLM from titling wild horses to buyers who it knew would send them to slaughter.
Canyon Boulevard, Suite 166, Studio City, CA 91604/(415)273-6070; The Fund for Animals, 8121 Georgia Avenue, Suite 301, Silver Spring, MD 20910-4933/(301)585-2591.
The Fund for Animals, which is considering a federal appeal of the Montana decision, hailed the Idaho verdict as a "landmark decision." According to D.J.
Those organizations receiving grants totaling $100,000 or more in 2012 included: Foundation, National Breast Cancer Foundation, Rescue Bank, Mercy Corps, International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), and Mayo Clinic.

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