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Together, we can create a kind Aotearoa for all animals.

Become a volunteer

Volunteers play an essential role in spreading the message against animal cruelty across New Zealand.

Fundraise

Consider fundraising for us! SAFE receives no government funding and is entirely reliant on the generosity of caring people like you to carry out our work.

Making a difference

Whether volunteering your time, raising funds, becoming a member or making a donation, your support is vital to all the successes we have achieved for animals so far, and for all the ones we know are to come.

Find out more, with our Volunteer Handbook

Volunteer

Volunteers are the public face of SAFE and play an essential role in spreading the message against animal cruelty across New Zealand. Whether you can do a little or a lot we would love to hear from you!

Sign up to volunteer for SAFE in your area

Join SAAN

Pushed for time, but still want to help animals? Sign up and Safe’s Animal Action Network will send email prompts on quick and easy online actions like signing a petition, posting on social media, commenting on a news piece or emailing decision makers. Activism for animals made easy.

Join SAFE Animal Action Network

Fundraise

Consider fundraising for us! There are several different ways you can get involved – so it can be as easy or challenging as you want to make it.

Sign up to fundraise for SAFE

Give

As a not-for-profit organisation, SAFE is solely financed through the goodwill of the community and people like you. Every dollar goes towards our work on behalf of animals.

Make a donation to help animals

Eat Kind

Take the Plant-Based Challenge

Not sure it's for you? Challenge yourself to try it out. By signing up, you'll receive six weeks of supportive emails and tips and tricks to help you along the way.

Donate today

Help us continue helping animals in need.

As a charity, SAFE is reliant on the support of caring people like you to carry out our valuable work. Every dollar goes towards providing education, undertaking research and campaigning for the benefit of all animals.