Thursday, 21 July 2011
How to find charities that don’t use animal experiments
It can be hard to say ‘no’ to someone who asks you to donate money to charity. But the truth of that matter is that many charities commission animal experiments that DON’T further medical science. If they did a number of illnesses would have been cured by now like cancer and AIDS.
All the experiments do, is harm animals. Animals like rats, mice, cats, dogs and monkeys.
Is this justified? Maybe people would say it was if the animal experiments actually yielded results that saved the lives of human beings, but the sad fact is that these animals are dying needlessly.
To find out who the charities are that don’t fund animal experiments, go to –
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) website. They have a searchable database of charities that don’t fund animal research.
On their site, you can search for charities in the
USA, Canada, the UK and . Charities awarded their ‘Humane Charity Seal of Approval’ are those that are committed to advancing medical research without using animals. Australia
, Animal Aid has a list of charities that only commission non-animal medical research and those that do. UK
Note – the list is constantly updated and the policies of some charities may change.