July 16, 2010
Peta truly changed my life and I will always be in debt to them. I had always been an animal lover with lots of empathy and when i was twelve i found one of their meet your meat videos online and from that moment on i was vegetarian and a peta activist (well, as much as you could be at 12 ). i always participated in animal rights debates in school etc and would proudly put my littel peta stickers everywhere and talk to evefyone about what happens to cows chickens pigs etc. I am now 20 and vegan and even more the acitivist i was then. I owe it all to PETA. They are by far more accessible than any other animal rights organization- they have an amazing talent in the way they reach out to all generations, young and old - they have cutesy slogans and campaigns that bring attention to serious issues, and then they also have those fucking great in your face, attention-demanding tactics that dont let people escape the current animal issues that have become out reality even in 2010..I got the great opportunity to go on a peta campaign tour a few weeks ago, but had to cancel due to an acting job. Everyone i talked with wereextremely warm and gracious and i was so honored to even get the chance to travel with them. PETA is by far my favorite organization, their victiories are tremendous and theyce certainly made me a better person.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
the many victiories theyve had over the years, publicity, how many people i know who are veg bc of them..
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?
MY ROLE:Donor & peta member, have always supported them, spoken with many employers.