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Humane Society International

HSI is a leading force for animal protection, with active campaigns to protect wildlife, to fight the worst practices of industrial farming and the promotion of animal welfare globally.

Humane Society International is one of the few global animal protection organisations fighting to protect all animals. As one of the largest animal protection organisations in the world, HSI works to advance the welfare of animals in over 50 countries, helping the greatest possible number of animals and saving those who are suffering from the most severe abuse.

They rely on donations to invest their time, effort and resources in ways that will make a real difference to animals across the world. Through projects on the ground including spay and neuter programs, mobile veterinary clinics for remote communities, and direct rescue of animals in need, Humane Society International helps more than 100,000 animals a year - but with every animal reached, they also work to tackle the underlying causes of suffering and seek to change the bigger picture.

Their rescues and direct care programmes respond to today's cruelties; their education, legislative and policy work prevent tomorrow's.

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Humane Society International’s work

Fighting to improve the lives of the millions of animals trapped inhumanely in cages and crates.

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Protecting wildlife from cruelty, exploitation, conflict with humans and loss of habitat.

Advancing the welfare of animals in more than 50 countries through disaster response, education and training or participation in treaty negotiations.


One of the largest

animal protection organisations in the world

50+ countries

HSI works to advance the welfare of animals over a large amount of countries

More than 100 000 animals a year

are cared for