Network for Animals

Network for Animals

Network for Animals is a non-governmental, international animal welfare organization crusading for animals around the world. We often work in difficult situations where animals need the most help.

We financially support and provide logistical help for animal shelters, animal welfare initiatives and, importantly, raise public awareness about animal issues. Dogs, cats, horses, donkeys, and elephants are among the animals who benefit from the work we do with the help of our nearly million supporters, who live all over the world.

We are active in Croatia, Greece, Italy, Jordan, Kenya, Mauritius, Montenegro, the Philippines, South Africa, Serbia, Thailand, Turkey, the UK, Uruguay, the USA, and Zimbabwe, and are constantly expanding our reach.

We are a voice for all people who want to protect the animals that share our world. We receive no government grants and rely on the generosity of our supporters to continue our vital work for animals.

In the UK we are registered as a not-for-profit organization as Network for Animals Limited and registered as a charity with the name Network for Animals Charitable Trust (registered charity number 1142700).

Network for Animals became a registered charity in the United States on July 17, 2014 (as Network for Animals USA, Inc.) It is an IRS- designated 501(c)(3) charitable organization (Tax ID# 47-1431869), donations made to it are tax-deductible to the full extent provided by law.

We focus on providing practical assistance to animals. Our sister organization, Animal Survival International (formerly, the Political Animal Lobby), acts as a voice for animals around the world to raise awareness and take action against the threats that endanger their survival

Our mission is to make the world a better place for animals. With your help, we will succeed.

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Network for Animals
  • Moving Giants

    Network for Animals’ elephant translocation documentary, Moving Giants, won Best Wildlife Conservation Film at the 10th annual Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) that took place in 2020.

  • Elephant herd relocated thanks to Network for Animals' Supporters

    With the help of our supporters, we have introduced a 27-strong elephant family to an area of Africa where they were hunted to extinction 150 years ago.

    Each and every one of you who donated to finance this massive project can give yourself a pat on the back knowing that, thanks to you, elephant...

  • Elephants could be wiped out in just over a decade!

    Poachers are wiping African elephants from the face of the earth. They are killing 27,000 wild elephants every year. If this continues the last wild African elephant will die in 2030.