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Farm Animal Voice magazine

Welcome to your latest edition of Farm Animal Voice magazine.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges for so many people personally, for communities, countries and the world. So, I want to say THANK YOU to everyone who has kept up the fight against factory farming.

In the face of fundamental changes to our daily lives, compassionate people have embraced new ways to come together, campaign and reach out – from ‘virtual’ events to huge social media protests and innovative fundraising.

Generous donations have continued to support Compassion’s resolute work against animal suffering, and you’ve drawn public attention to how our treatment of farm animals affects the wellbeing of people and our planet.

In 2020, together, we broke records with the End the Cage Age campaign, secured a huge victory against UK live exports, and saw the animals set to benefit from our work with food businesses topping 2 BILLION a year!

Whether you’ve taken action, donated, or spread the word, you’ve shown that nothing gets in the way of your compassion, and Farm Animal Voice is full of the remarkable results. Thank you. Please don’t stop being extraordinary.

Philip Lymbery
Global CEO, Compassion in World Farming International

Winter 2020

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