Send Someone a “Compassion Pack”

  • In an ongoing tribute to World Day for Farmed Animals, observed annually on October 2, you can send a FREE “Compassion Pack” to a friend or family member who might benefit from learning more about how animals raised for food are treated and receiving ideas and inspiration for adopting a vegan lifestyle.

    New Hampshire Animal Rights League will send your recipient an assortment of literature along with a letter, shown at the bottom of this page.
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What’s In the “Compassion pack”?

We will send your recipient the letter shown below along with an assortment of pamphlets/booklets taken from our inventory, which includes but is not limited to: Compassionate Choices (Vegan Outreach), Fight Climate Change with Diet Change (Vegan Outreach), Vegan Starter Guide (AnimalOutlook), The Guide to Plant-Based Meals (Humane Society of the United States), and Easy Vegan Recipes (AnimalOutlook).

NH Animal Rights League

Greetings from the New Hampshire Animal Rights League!

In an ongoing tribute to World Day for Farmed Animals, observed annually on October 2, someone in your life requested that we send you this “Compassion Pack.”

Included you will find information about how animals raised for food are treated along with ideas and inspiration for adopting a vegan lifestyle.

Advertisements for meat and dairy products may show “happy cows” grazing on green hillsides and “free-range chickens” wandering through open fields, but the truth usually looks quite different, as those who go inside have revealed.

Even on small family farms, animals raised for food suffer. For example, it’s standard practice for newborn dairy calves to be taken from their mothers shortly after birth so that her milk can be sold. And egg producers, including “free-range,” “cage-free,” and “organic” farms, purchase hens from hatcheries where the male chicks are destroyed at birth because they have no economic value.

These are just two of the many cruel practices that take place on farms but are hidden from the consumer.

Fortunately, there is plenty of tasty and satisfying vegan food available, with more options becoming available all the time.

We hope these materials inspire you to make compassionate food choices. You can visit our web site for more information, and we are always here to help!

From all of us at the NH Animal Rights League.

NH Animal Rights League, Inc.
P.O. Box 4211
Concord, New Hampshire 03302
nhanimalrights.org

About Us

NHARL is a non-profit, public charity registered with the State of New Hampshire. We are a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) humane organization.

NH Animal Rights League P.O. Box 4211 Concord, NH 03302-4211

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