Stop Animal Exploitation Now!
Rating: 4.99 stars 78 reviews
Location: 1081-B State Route 28 #280 Milford OH 45150 USA
Results: Regularly covered in national and local media exposing the animal experimentation issue to millions. Animals are in forever homes and sanctuaries, and the USDA is taking legal action against labs as a direct result of our efforts.
Target demographics: end abusive animal experimentation in labs.
Direct beneficiaries per year: monitor USDA and NIH databases to ensure that federal laws are enforced and labs are cited/fined; organize World Week, Primate Liberation Week, and Free the Animals Conference annually; ensure sanctuaries funded so animals can be retired from labs; attend conferences, hold news briefings, and participate in broadcast interviews to educate public and media about the antiquated atrocities of animal experimentation and waste of tax money; considered leading expert on animal experimentation issue
Geographic areas served: the United States
Programs: Investigation of abusive practices within research facilities and exposing these abuses through coordinated media events. We also train activists in effective methods.
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Positive results for the animals they represent is what this organization brings. Tireless efforts on behalf of all animals in labs and research. One of only a handful of organizations that speaks up for these often time forgotten beings. I serve as an advisor to this organization on primate issues and support their efforts whenever I can.
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SAEN, does more for less than any organization that advocates for the ending of Animal Experimentation than any group I know of. They also provide assistance to many groups that otherwise would not be able to do the work they do without the valuable guidance and assistance of SAEN. SAEN provides valuable information and facts about what is really going on behind the closed doors of many laboratories. They uncover and shine the light on the inside of the labs and that benefits the animals caught up in animal experimentation that do not have a voice otherwise. It's easy to recommend SAEN their work speaks for itself.
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This organization not only does all of the work they say they do, they do all the follow-up work to make sure that the campaigns they work on will have success from start to finish. Every penny they raise will be used to create awareness and results. I am happy I learned about their work and hope they continue to grow. I strongly encourage everyone to support SAEN.