Apply for financial support for farm animal welfare projects in Southeast Asia
We have a bold vision to create a world where animals live free from cruelty and suffering. You or your organisation can apply for funding to help us achieve this goal
Since 2015, we have been working to end the suffering of farm animals by engaging major food companies and producers to phase out the worst farming methods and practices, including close confinement, overcrowding, barren environments and other related poor welfare practices.
To change the lives of more farm animals, we will work to transform the global food system and prevent an exponential growth in farm animal suffering from an expansion of factory farming, starting in 2021.
Transforming the food system will require much greater resources than any one organisation can provide and is indeed well beyond the combined means of today’s animal protection movement.
So, we need to actively work with and support other organisations who can join us in tackling these significant global problems.
Investing in Others fund
That’s why we’re launching a new initiative, Investing in Others, to make financial awards to projects that are designed to improve the lives of farm animals across Southeast Asia.
It's restricted to Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam, and award amounts will range from USD $10,000 to $70,000, with most awards being USD $25,000-$50,000.
Applications must be received by 5pm GMT on Tuesday June 30, 2020.
Winning projects will:
Help improve the lives of farm animals at scale
Have the potential to disrupt the status quo on one or more farm animal welfare issues
Contribute to the achievement of World Animal Protection’s farm animal welfare strategy, including:
Improving farm animal welfare policies and practices of food producers and/or retailers and/or
Make positive contributions to consumer attitude or behaviour change in relation to farm animal welfare
Have the potential to be scaled and replicated
Be implemented in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and/or across Southeast Asia