animals spared from cruel cages, mutilation, and agonizing slaughter each year because of corporate policy successes your support made happen
animals spared annually from miserable lives at factory farms thanks to MFA's efforts to help institutions reduce meat, dairy, and eggs served
social media followers
impressions of MFA's Facebook content
visitors to MFA's blog
views of MFA's online videos
pledges to go vegetarian
pro-vegan leaflets distributed
animal cruelty convictions
Milestone in Mexico
MFA worked with members of Mexico’s congress to introduce first-of-its-kind federal legislation to protect millions of farmed animals from slaughter while conscious and able to feel pain. The proposed legislation has so far received nearly unanimous support.
Around 98 percent of land animals slaughtered in the U.S. are birds, yet they are excluded from the Humane Methods of Slaughter Act. MFA’s legal team filed a historic petition urging the USDA to include them.
Because of policy commitments to reducing meat and egg consumption by 20 percent, school districts, universities, and social assistance programs across Brazil and Mexico will serve about 26 million more vegan meals each year.
After discussions with MFA, the Mexican federal government passed a resolution urging schools to cut out meat and eggs once a week.
Circle V—an annual vegan food and music event co-produced by MFA—sold out.
In the News
Our investigations and op-eds appeared in thousands of media outlets.
Burger King, Chipotle, Nestlé, Kraft Heinz, General Mills, and dozens of other major brands pledged to eliminate cruel practices after MFA campaigns or discussions with MFA.
Major brands Jack's, Kwik Trip Inc., Hain Celestial Group, Taco Bell Canada, and Habib's agreed to prohibit cruel cages for hens in their supply chains.
Thank you for building a more compassionate world with us.
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