The OCW Society brings young and young-at-heart changemakers together to support Mercy For Animals’ mission to prevent cruelty to farmed animals and promote compassionate food choices and policies.
The group is composed of entrepreneurs, CEOs, business owners, startup founders, writers, artists, and other up-and-coming social influencers eager to use their networks and skills to change the world.
Members connect with like-minded peers and thought leaders in the movement through a variety of events and interactions. And they have an opportunity to build a cohesive, community-oriented group of local residents who share deeply held values.
Annual members must raise or make a minimum charitable donation of $500 each year, and founding members must raise or donate at least $5,000 each year. OCW Society members should also attend at least two events annually.
Given the important role these leaders will play, the OCW Society is by invitation only. If you would like to be considered for membership, please complete the form below and email it to [email protected].
Join Mercy For Animals president Leah Garcés and board member Lisa Feria at the upcoming Vegan Women Summit produced by One to Change the World Society vice chair Jennifer Stojkovic. Leah will speak and sign free copies of her new book, Grilled.
“Mercy For Animals has an immensely talented and dedicated crew of employees and attracts legions of volunteers. They are also fiscally responsible and make a great impact choosing campaigns that are not only effective, but cost-efficient.”
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