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  • Make a Legacy Gift

    Plan your legacy gifts to make the greatest impact for animals! Leaving a legacy gift to the Animal Legal Defense Fund is a simple, yet significant contribution to a future where animals are better protected and are no longer the voiceless victims of abuse and neglect.
  • Monthly Giving

    Monthly giving is an easy, tax-deductible way to protect the lives and advance the interests of animals through the legal system all year long. Become a Partner in Protection today.
  • The Animal Legal Defense Fund’s T-shirt contest

    Animal Legal Defense Fund supporters from across the U.S. have submitted their incredible designs for our first-ever design contest, and we’ve loved them all. We need you to help us pick the winning design from our finalists!
  • The Animal Legal Defense Fund Applauds Long Overdue Closure of ‘Tiger King’ Zoo, Urges Animals Be Transferred to Sanctuary

    The Animal Legal Defense Fund applauds the closure of the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park, the zoo depicted in the Netflix documentary, “Tiger King,” following the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) suspension of its owner’s exhibitor license.
    August 20, 2020 News
  • T-shirt Design Contest

    Do you love design almost as much as you love dogs, ducks, and dolphins? Do you wear your support for animals on your sleeve? The Animal Legal Defense Fund wants you to create our next T-shirt!
  • There are no “bad dogs”

    As the Animal Legal Defense Fund combats dogfighting by working with state officials to create stronger laws and more effective penalties for those who engage in this crime, we’re also hard at work to ensure the best possible outcomes for dogfighting victims.
    August 5, 2020 News
  • The Animal Agriculture Industry: Liability Proof?

    Earlier this summer, the driver of a pig transport truck struck and killed longtime animal advocate Regan Russell. The circumstances regarding her death are not fully known to the public, but top to bottom, the animal agriculture industry is rarely held accountable.
    August 4, 2020 News
  • Florida Girl Scouts Speak Up for Orcas!

    After learning about orca captivity the troops made posters highlighting facts about captive orcas and encouraging others not to support businesses that exploit animals.
    May 4, 2020 News
  • Backyard Slaughter Survivors Head to Sanctuary!

    Animals rescued from backyard slaughter operation near Fort Meyers, Florida are now headed to sanctuaries.
    May 4, 2020 News
  • As COVID Pummels Slaughterhouse Workers, Meat Companies Won’t Slow Down

    The USDA and its meat corporation clientele are resisting calls to halt or even delay slaughterhouses’ adoption of the controversial high-speed, deregulated pig and poultry slaughter inspection systems.
    April 14, 2020 News