Take Action for Animals on National Day of Service
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is fast approaching, and here at PETA we’ve decided to take our cue from President-elect Obama, who suggests that you make January 19 a day of service instead of just a day off. We think it’s a fantastic idea for everyone to spend their day doing something to make a difference, and we even have a suggestion: Help animals! Luckily, it’s easy to get active with PETA, whether you want to put a bumper sticker on your car or organize a demonstration. Check out our Action Center to find out what you can do, or try a few of these ideas:
Step 1: Get Social
You could throw a banner or two on your MySpace page, support our cause on Facebook, send a tweet on Twitter, embed some of our YouTube videos on your personal Web site, or create an animal-friendly e-mail signature or out-of-office auto-response. It’s as easy as that!
Step 2: Participate in Action Alerts
Check out our list of Action Alerts for opportunities to sign petitions, send letters, and make a real difference in the lives of animals. Most of these will take less than a minute of your time, and you can forward them to your friends when you’re done.
Step 3: Spread the Word
Order some PETA leaflets and set up a table. You can get out the word on anything and everything you feel strongly about, whether it’s KFC cruelty or animal birth control. We even have a handy guide to tabling to help you get started.
Written by Lianne Turner
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