August 20, 2012
APNM's mission is to advocate the rights of animals by effecting systemic change, resulting in the humane treatment of all animals. APNM stands up to the incredible and far reaching scope of the job this mission necessitates. From informing the public on the plight of our Alamogordo chimps and leading the fight for their freedom, to educating us on public trapping and its horrific consequences, and responding to the tough situation with our state’s equine and domestic animal abuse situation, APNM is there in the forefront, always professional, educated, and sincere. As a volunteer, I have found my life experience to be expanded and enlightened through my association and work with APNM. As a donor, I scrutinize any organization, not only for programs which I wish to support, but I look at sustainability, effectiveness, and ethics—APNM is alert to being a stalwart organization. They cooperate with other programs and organizations in the community and State, understanding to be effective they must not duplicate efforts but work together to assure for the safety and wellbeing of our animals, domestic and wild. The staff, Program Managers, Executive Team, and the Board Members work tirelessly and are committed to the mission. It is an honor to support and volunteer with APNM.
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