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Compassion In World Farming is the leading international specialist charity for farm animal welfare. Our vision is a world where farm animals are treated with compassion and respect and where cruel factory farming has ended. We believe that farm animals should not, and need not, suffer.

With over 50 years of campaigning, we have been instrumental in achieving dramatic reforms for farm animal welfare in Europe. The challenge for the future is to ensure that animal welfare becomes a fundamental consideration within the global food system.

We are working toward a whole food system that is truly kind, caring and honest:

  • Kind to animals
  • Caring for both the environment and consumer health
  • And honestly labelled to allow ethical choices

Current vacancies

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Volunteering

We welcome fundraising, community events and campaigning volunteers.

  • Pro bono legal support needed for Compassion in World Farming International to help with updating our Non Disclosure Agreements / Contracts for Services suitable for a range of circumstances for our HQ office in UK, EU and US offices. If you are currently furloughed, or could spare some time to help support a fantastic global animal welfare charity, please contact Mandy Ray at mandy@ciwf.org

Whatever you are interested in doing, our Supporter Engagement Team are here to support you in any way they can.

You can reach us by telephone on 01483 521953, email supporters@ciwf.org.uk or you can write us a letter and we will respond as soon as we are able.

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