The Humane League works to reduce the suffering of as many animals as possible, as effectively as possible. Through corporate campaigns, it’s reforming the way farm animals are treated, while its outreach and education programs inspire consumers to make more compassionate food choices.
As a result of The Humane League’s work, some of the largest food manufacturers, food service providers, and restaurant chains — including General Mills, Aramark, and Subway — have implemented policies that will reduce the suffering of millions of animals.
The Humane League’s extensive network of activists and supporters can be found across the globe, advocating for farm animals in some of the largest and most influential regions of the world. In the US and Canada, their Campus Organizer program trains next-generation activists at colleges and universities, arming them with the skills they need to effectively advocate for animals.
In 2015, The Humane League initiated the Open Wing Alliance, a coalition of partner organizations spanning six continents. Through grants and training, The Humane League works with these partners towards the singular goal of ending cage confinement for egg-laying hens.
To further its commitment to effectiveness, Humane League Labs is constantly evaluating and testing various advocacy and education methods to determine which have the highest impact. As a result, The Humane League’s team members are able to bring a pragmatic and objective approach to their work, utilizing their resources in the most efficient and productive ways.