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New Fund for AR Groups

The Humane Research Council has opened a research fund for grassroots animal-rights groups.

Those hoping to start the next Mercy for Animals or Compassion Over Killing can make their dreams a reality with the help of the Humane Research Council’s Grassroots Research Fund. The fund works with small animal-rights groups to improve campaigns, understand target audiences, and conduct research. Foundations and individual donors are behind the Fund, whose number one goal is “action-oriented results” for animal welfare or advocacy for veganism and vegetarianism. For those interested in applying to the Fund, the first application deadline is July 1.

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