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As isms go,  vegetarianism is a classic “think global, act local” kinda deal. Still, it’s fun and empowering to look up from our plates and find a whole world of likeminded diners.
Being the gregarious sorts that we are, we have a sumptuous buffet of organizations to join. If nothing else, they’re good for a few tips and a great communal meal.

We’ve compiled a short list of portals, publications and websites that, are veggie and/or animal friendly groups.  See below.

And as we come across other mentions of humane orgs, we will cite them here. There may be some duplication; but it's for a good cause.

Other Mentions

One Green Planet's  Arianna Pittman checks in with "6 Amazing Groups Dedicated to Saving Animals in Disaster Situations."  Click here.

Blogster Lauren of "Britton Loves" fame presents her list of five cruelty-free foundations. Click here

Short List of Portals, etc.

Animals Asia "promotes compassion and respect for all animals and works to bring about long-term change” It has  “rescued over 500 bears” from bear bile farms, opposes ,””the trade in dogs and cats for food . . . abusive animal practices in zoos and safari parks”. . .works . . .  to improve animal management and increase awareness of the welfare needs of captive animals.” Click here.

Born Free "has become an international force in wildlife conservation and animal protection, campaigning to save elephants, big cats, wolves, dolphins, bears, primates, and numerous other species" and  assisting   "international animal rescues, saving animals . . . , rehabilitating them, and either [placing them] in a sanctuary or. . . rehoming them to the wild.  . Click here.

Compassion Over Killing is an “animal advocacy organization . . COK focuses on cruelty to animals in agriculture and promotes vegetarian eating as a way to build a kinder world for all of us, both human and nonhuman.  Learn more

GreenPeople.org calls itself “ the world's largest online directory of green, eco-friendly, and holistic goods and services and non-profit organizations,” Click here.  One if its pagess lists Vegan and Vegetarian Organizations Click here.

Happy Cow’s purpose, “is to make healthy food easy to find and more accessible. . . HappyCow is an ever-evolving online hub that serves millions worldwide as a one-stop resource for everything VEG. Click here

The Humane Society of the United States “celebrates animals and confronts cruelty—to all animals.” The group “fights to stop large-scale cruelties, such as animal fighting, puppy mills, factory farming, and the wildlife trade.” And maintains “rescue teams, sanctuaries and wildlife centers, free veterinary care for low-income pet owners.”  Click here

SoyStache.com! describes itself as “A unique project promoting an awareness of the many health benefits of a plant-based (vegan) diet:  Health of humans; Health of the animals; Health of the planet! Serving the greater planet Earth! Its site includes a directory pf organizations Click here.

The Vegetarian and Vegan Association (VAVA) ­"is a non-profit educational  association that provides a forum and network for exchange of information about plant-based eating, outreach events, and sharing of prepared food and recipes." Click here .

Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) devotes itself "solely to the worldwide conservation and welfare of all whales, dolphins and porpoises.} Click here 

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