Prevent cruelty for factory farm animals; gather signatures for a historic ballot measure!


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It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.

Where

Everywhere!Hanford, CA 93230

About

Hi! Thank you for your interest in the California Ballot Initiative to prevent cruelty.

The Humane League is working to get the Prevent Cruelty California initiative on the November ballot. Right now we are in our signature collecting phase and we must reach 600,000 within the next few months to be on the ballot.

What is PCC? Prevent Cruelty California is a ballot measure to prevent animal cruelty, improve food safety, protect the environment, and improve conditions for farm workers. A YES! vote on this proposition will guarantee that veal calves, breeding pigs, and egg-laying hens aren't locked in cramped cages inside California factory farms. This is MONUMENTAL for animals!! CA is the 6th largest economy in the world, so passing this law would hopefully encourage other states and countries to go cage-free as well.

To get involved:
Sign-up to receive emails: https://preventcrueltyca.com/join
Volunteer to gather signatures: https://preventcrueltyca.com/volunteer
Intern: https://thehumaneleague.org/jobs/
Donate: https://preventcrueltyca.com/donate
Endorse: If you head a non-profit or business, or if you're a farmer, doctor, veterinarian, or religious official, please endorse the measure through the Prevent Cruelty California website.

As a volunteer, you can get involved in this historic initiative in a plethora of ways!
-Gather signatures
-Knock on doors to spread awareness
-Make calls
-Write letters and emails to local politicians, editors, and prominent figures
-Host a fundraiser
-Share PCC with your friends + family

Skills

  • Networking
  • People Skills
  • Environmental Policy
  • Community Outreach

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Kids Teens People 55+ Group

Requirements & Commitment

  • Flexible- pick your own hours, times, etc.

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