Overview

Do you envisage a world free from animal suffering? Do you care about the plight of factory farmed animals? Do you have some spare time to give to help us end the abuse of animals raised for food?

If so, we’d love for you to join our Volunteer community. As a Grassroots Organiser, you will inspire and support people in your local area to take action for the animals, organising community events including Meet-ups, protests and public outreach on a regular basis. Your role is to bring people together in order to effect change. Being a warm, friendly and approachable person, like-minded people will feel comfortable to join you and get involved, taking action together to end the abuse of animals raised for food.

This role can be done from anywhere, no matter where you are in the UK. No prior experience is required, training and ongoing support provided. There is no set time commitment, but roughly 3-5 hours a month is average for this role.

If you agree with our vision, and you want to do your part to help end the abuse of animals raised for food, join our team today.

The Humane League UK is committed to building a diverse, equitable and inclusive team. We are an equal opportunities organisation and welcome volunteer applications from all people, regardless of their race, sex, age, religion, disability, neurodiversity, orienation, gender identity or expression.

We particularly encourage those currently under-represented in the animal movement to join our team – individuals who are Black, Indigenous or People of the Global Majority, a person who is differently abled, and people who are LGBTQIA+.

If you prefer to apply in another way, or you have alternative requirements you’d like to discuss, don’t hesitate to contact us at volunteeruk@thehumaneleague.org.uk

Tagged as: activism, advocacy and outreach, community, local organising

About The Humane League

The Humane League was founded in the US in 2005. We’ve been operating in the UK since 2016, when we hired our first campaigner. Since then, we’ve been able to take on more staff, become a registered charity, and score some incredible progress for animals.

We advocate for corporate reforms through hard-hitting animal welfare campaigns, and provide information and encouragement to help people make dietary choices that will reduce animal suffering.

None of this would be possible without our growing team of volunteers and supporters mobilising across the country. Please join us by signing up to our Fast Action Network, becoming a volunteer or making a donation today.

We are a registered charity in the UK, number 1177926.

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