The mission of the New Hampshire Animal Rights League is to work for fair treatment of all animals, in New Hampshire and beyond.
We are an all-volunteer organization working on behalf of animals since 1977. We inform people of animal rights issues by distributing literature, writing letters to the editor, publishing a newsletter, tabling, holding public protests, giving formal presentations, using social media, and guiding citizens through legislative initiatives.
We look into animal welfare issues brought to our attention, promote a vegan cruelty-free lifestyle, grant funds to help pay for nonlethal beaver management, and distribute free No Hunting signs to landowners. We support like-minded organizations.
James Glover, President
Elisa O’Neill, Vice President
Cindy Glenn, Treasurer
Joan O’Brien, Secretary
Emily Murphy, Representative
Liz Herrick, Representative
Linda Dionne, Representative
NHARL is a non-profit, public charity registered with the State of New Hampshire. We are a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) humane organization funded solely by donations, grants, and membership dues. Our staff is made up entirely of unpaid volunteers. All donations go toward our work to help animals.