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Even if all you have is one minute you can still take action to help animals.

There are lots of positive ways you can help animals and make a difference.

Everyday people around New Zealand are standing up for animals, and there is real change as a result.  We are seeing law changes for animals and compassionate living is more popular than ever before!  And it’s because of people like you getting involved.

Even if all you have is 60 seconds, you can help.

End live export

Tell the Ministry for Primary Industries that caring people, like you, want to see an end to all live export.

This summer stand with the animals

Rodeo is a brutal form of entertainment that inflicts terror upon innocent animals. Their bodies suffer horrific injuries such as broken necks, haemorrhaging, dislocations and organ damage. Some of them die as a result - all so that a small group of people can ‘play cowboy.’

Take the 14-Day Dairy-Free Challenge

Like other mammals, a mother cow must give birth in order to produce milk. Calves are taken from their grieving mothers. While some are raised to produce veal or beef, up to two million are killed when they are about four days old as they are regarded as unwanted by-products.

Pledge to be chicken-free

Chickens are curious; they love investigating new things. They like to scratch in the undergrowth, graze on fresh tips of grass, and love to stretch out their wings to bask in the sun.

End horse racing

Behind racing’s glamorous image, horses suffer - both on the track and in training, and when they are discarded when no longer profitable.

Demand an independent body to protect animals

Farmed animal cruelty is a widespread problem that the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) is failing to deal with.

Change for chickens

Chickens bred for meat make up four out of every five land animals killed for food in New Zealand, with around one hundred and twenty million killed this year alone. If you buy chicken, do you know what you are buying?

End feedlots

In New Zealand we love animals, and we value our natural environment. There is a future for New Zealand where both these values can be realised, but it means we need to end the use of feedlots.

Stop greyhound racing

Animals suffer and die in the New Zealand greyhound racing industry. Dogs are injured on the track and often killed, as their injuries will prevent them from racing again. An even larger number of healthy greyhounds are killed simply because they do not run fast enough, and therefore do not provide a financial return.

Demand justice for mother pigs

We're taking the Government to court to free mother pigs from barbaric farrowing crates

Duck shooting

Duck shooting is indiscriminate slaughter of both native and introduced species, and it can cause severe suffering for those birds not killed outright.

Give it a go

Veganuary is your chance to do good and feel great!

Take action to combat the climate emergency, contribute towards a kinder Aotearoa for animals, and follow in the footsteps of plant-powered athletes – what better way to kick off the new year?!

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.