Mercy for Animals has been named a top charity for maximum effectiveness by Animal Charity Evaluators, an independent nonprofit dedicated to finding and promoting the best ways to help animals.
I favor MFA because they don’t just collect money, pay big salaries to administrators and spend millions in legal fees that yield pitifully small improvements for the animals. Instead, MFA uses the courage of its undercover investigators to document animal abuse at factory and dairy farms and releases its videos to major news outlets. This method, difficult and dangerous as it is, yields major results.
I know the founder of the organization personally, a young man who created his organization at age 15 and has since expanded its operations worldwide.
To learn more, go to MercyForAnimals.org
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