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Charities That Do and That Don’t Test on Animals

Many of us find it difficult to say “No” when asked to donate to a charity seeking a cure for a disease. And how many of us can take the time to find out how that donation would be used? Would our money really alleviate suffering or would our donation dollars actually contribute to suffering?

Click here to find out which charities do test on animals and which don’t.

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  • TheDanWest says:

    Thank you for this little list for the English charities. I have been volunteering at the British Heart Foundation for over a month now without even thinking about what they did with the money they are donated. I am now going to find an animal friendly charity to volunteer for.

  • Charelle says:

    I do the simple thing – I don’t donate to human charites at all any more. Only animal charities because they need it so much more. I doubt they’ll ever find a cure for cancer or HIV because they would have done by now! The governments just using the donations to cover other healthcare costs.

  • Josie says:

    adorable bunny cute

  • Sallysvs says:

    One of the best ways, if not the best, is to stop it is not to buy products from animal testing companies!!

  • Dawn says:

    Adorable bunny..I luvs it.

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  • Lauren Briese says:

    Hi! I work on the Humane Seal campaign, and I want to clear up any misconceptions about the approved charities. The Humane Charity Seal of Approval is awarded only to charities that do not perform or fund animal research. If you notice a charity on the Humane Seal list that does not meet this standard, please bring that to my attention at so that I may correct the issue. Please feel free to contact me with any other questions or concerns regarding the Humane Seal as well. Thanks!

  • Angela says:

    Actually, there are sites on the HumaneSeal website for charities that encourage the eating of animals and who may not test on animals themselves, but help fund OTHER companies that do. I contacted them to ask why these companies were listed as considered humane, and was basically told that they can’t police ALL the charities, and as long as the charity does not TEST on animals THEMSELVES, they are eligible. So don’t believe everything you read.

  • hey says:

    cute bunny

  • hey says:

    cute bunny