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Supporting UFAW

You Can Make a Difference!

Because UFAW’s work changes attitudes and legislation regarding how animals are cared for and treated, your support of UFAW can help make real, practical and lasting advances to animal welfare throughout the world - for companion animals, farm animals, animals used in research, captive wild animals and those living in the wild that are affected by human activities.

Through scientific work that builds our knowledge and understanding of animals’ needs and how best we can meet them, through educational projects, and through the disseminating of information to individuals and organisations around the world - you can help improve the lives of animals.

UFAW is an independent registered charity and receives no funds from universities or government. UFAW relies on legacies, donations and member subscriptions to continue this vital work.

“…I think what’s really great about UFAW is that they are involved in animal welfare at a number of levels, and particularly in encouraging young people to get involved  and start their career in the field.” Dr Claire Richardson

Your support is greatly appreciated!

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