Friends of CCF
Choose Cruelty Free shares on this page details of the other groups and organisations who are Friends of CCF, from Australia and around the world. Please click on the relevant logo to go to their website.
Animals Australia Believes that we can create a better world for all through promoting kindness to animals. Our goal is to significantly and permanently improve the welfare of all animals in Australia.
Against Animal Cruelty Tasmania (Australia) A vegan lifestyle choice will put a stop to the suffering of non-human animals.
Animal Liberation NSW (Australia) The NSW Branch of Animal Liberation – an animal rights charity founded in 1976 by Christine Townend, based on the philosophies of Professor Peter Singer, as set out in his worldwide best-selling book Animal Liberation.
Bali Street Dogs Fund (Australia) was established to address the welfare problems associated with the overwhelming number of dogs and cats on an island where Balinese people do not have the resources or knowledge to provide even the most basic care. The Bali Street Dog Fund was founded in 1999 and is a Registered Charity with the NSW Department of Gaming and Racing (CFN 16802). Everyone involved is an unpaid volunteer. Our mission is to enhance the welfare of dogs and cats in Bali by reducing the population through de-sexing; to provide veterinary care to alleviate their suffering; and to empower the Balinese people to care about their animals. Programs in Bali are currently run by our partner organisation, the Bali Animal Welfare Association (BAWA), a grass roots organisation staffed by Balinese people. Our funding operates the De-sexing Program and contributes to their Education Program in schools and 24 hour emergency vehicle.
Big Ears Animal Sanctuary (Australia) A 100% not-for-profit registered charity co-founded by Brett and Jacqui Steele and is administered by a board of five very animal-friendly people. The sanctuary is on a 25 acre property located in northern Tasmania.
BOING (Australia) BOING provides information, tips and advice to help the community understand and responsibly care for domestic rabbits. The Bunologist newsletter provides monthly news and updates from around the world and locally on health & behaviour. BOING also highlights further activism through its Radical Rabbit website.
Dogstar Foundation (Sri Lanka) is a non-profit organisation that improves the lives of stray dogs and cats in Sri Lanka. Dogstar offers free medical care and sterilisation for the thousands of street animals living in appalling conditions.
Freedom for Farmed Rabbits (Australia) Freedom for Farmed Rabbits is an Australian-based group involved in uncovering the disturbing, cruel conditions that exist behind farm doors. We expose, campaign, petition, appeal and educate to stop the exploitation of rabbits for meat and fur.
Hamstrong (Canada) Our mission is to create animation that educates people so that we teach future generations to love and care for animals. The Hamstrong series is carefully crafted to fight against the mistreatment of domestic, farm, and wild animals, as well as cruelty towards lab animals. We hope to create a better tomorrow for all animals by using education as a method of prevention.
Happy Cat Enclosures (Australia) provides affordable and top of the range cat enclosures. We use only top of the range stainless steel fixings and our cat netting is pre-stretched, heat set and guaranteed for ten years and our prices are the lowest and our quality the highest. We are also happy to say that we give a 5% discount to anybody that adopts or fosters.
Humane Society International (USA) International animal protection organisation working to protect all animals including animals in laboratories, farm animals, companion animals, and wildlife. CCF is proud to support HSI in their international Be Cruelty-Free campaign.
Soi Dog Foundation (Thailand) is a not-for-profit, legally registered charitable organisation in Thailand, the United States, Australia, the UK, France and Holland. Soi Dog helps the homeless, neglected and abused dogs and cats of Thailand.
ThinkKind (Australia) A free website for parents, teachers and students to find educational resources, activity sheets and learning materials to promote humane education. ThinkKind started in April 2013 and focuses on providing quality resources on the issue of animal welfare and protection.
Vegan Australia is a new campaigning national vegan organisation. By working at a national level we can more effectively support the vegan community, inspire the public to adopt veganism and, importantly, present a strong voice for veganism to governments, institutions, corporations and the media.