Save continues to grow all over the world! We now have 685 Animal Save groups in 72 countries listed on our website. We also have 105 Climate Save groups in 38 countries and 27 Health Save groups in 18 countries.
Save Organizing Tours
Save organizer Nour Tohme is touring Southeast Asia. She and local organizers are making a difference! This is her report: "I started the tour in Bangkok, which already had the only Save chapter of Thailand. I then went to several other cities to open new chapters, collaborating with both local and expat activists living there. The new chapters include Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Koh Samui and Koh Phangan. It has been great to connect
with activists and start building communities together in each city and to collaborate with local environmental organizations to create solid partnerships and allies for the future. The tour then continued in Vietnam, where the local activists are incredible and very motivated, so I hope we can make a difference and create some impact! The tour then continued to Singapore, and later we go to Malaysia and Indonesia."
Singapore is Save's 71st country.
Welcome Singapore Animal Save. Find them on Facebook.
Vietnam is our 72nd country and joins in a big way! Please welcome Vietnam's three new groups:
The Climate Save Movement is building a grassroots movement to solve the climate crisis by ending animal agriculture, reforesting the Earth and phasing out fossil fuels. Help save the planet by going vegan and becoming active. Animal agriculture is a key source of greenhouse gas emissions,
which can all be eliminated entirely. It is also the leading source of ocean dead zones, deforestation, mass species extinctions, and excessive water use. Veganism and reforestation are critical parts of climate actions and, along with eliminating fossil fuels, are our last hope against catastrophic tipping points for our climate.
The climate change crisis is upon us, and we must urgently rise to mitigate and reverse it. The great news is that there are new Climate Save groups being formed all around the world!
Please welcome our new chapters: Australia
Wollongong Climate Save. Find them on Facebook. Norway
Innlandet Climate Save. Find them on Facebook.
Animal agriculture takes up nearly 80% of global agricultural land. It is also a major contributor of CO2 production. To save the planet and prevent climate chaos, we need diet change and system change now!
Please watch and share: Roger Hallam, Extinction Rebellion's co-founder, delivers a most profound talk. Virtue ethics is what moves most. Roger walks you through the reality of 3.6 degrees Celsius global warming locked into the system which would spell extinction, the power of mass civil disobedience and societal disruption in achieving social change, and then asks
the crucial questions: If you were on your death bed what would you want to have done in your life, if you're willing to be arrested and/or go to jail what would that look like/who would you call/what would you have to arrange... Nonviolent civil disobedience training makes people more comfortable with taking part in it. Let's get trainings started...
Roger Hallam: "Climate Catastrophe: why we are heading towards extinction and what to do about it."
How Cargill, Bunge, and other animal feed companies are destroying forests in the Amazon and elsewhere: Brazil ports, Cargill seek lower Panama Canal fees
"SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Brazilian port operators including units of global grain traders Cargill Ltd. and Bunge Ltd. will unveil a proposal this week to lower Panama Canal tariffs and cut their costs in shipping agricultural commodities to their main market China."
St. Louis Animal Save held a vegan canned food drive and chalktivism event on April 6 outside of the STAR Packing slaughter plant. The event was covered by Real Stl News. Please watch.
Lily the Mother Goat Hi, I'm Lily the Mother Goat. Please follow/like myInstagramand Facebookpages.
What a lovely story from Meadowlarke Stables!
"A little flash back to just over 1 year ago when Luke and Beatrice joined the family. Beatrice was on the truck to the slaughter house - to be someone’s Easter dinner - when she gave birth to Luke right there on the truck."
If you would like to bear witness but don't have Save vigils near you, consider starting a group. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or check out thesavemovement.org for info on how to get started! We will help you every step of the way.
Welcome Nagpur Animal Save. Find them on Facebook.
Watch: Israel Animal Save tirelessly document the horrors of live export. Their latest is this video, "The Disaster of the Live Shipments from Australia."
AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
Welcome Townsville Animal Save. Find them on Facebook.
Welcome Wollongong Animal Save. Find them on Facebook.
They're holding a chalk-tivism event on April 21: event page
The Save Groups of Melbourne held an Easter city rally in central Melbourne to raise awareness about the plight of farmed animals around this time of the year, when they are only seen as a festive meal. Lens of Compassion reports with this photo essay.
Whanganui Animal Save's small team continue to regularly bear witness. They report from their April 14 vigil: "It would be wonderful if more people could join in our 90 minute maximum vigils every Sunday. Bearing witness to the animals at the end of their lives can be sad and difficult - but it is also uplifting, compassionate work. Because of social media and the Internet, it is also effective outreach towards the end of animal slaughter for food."
Watch: Blovice Animal Save held their first vigil on April 15. They report: "Some of us got up early in the morning to show the human face to those who have never had the chance to have a warm bed, care and love, to those who have not returned to their homes yesterday ... However, thanks to you, they will not be forgotten and maybe others who come after them will have a better destiny."
The vigil made it onto the local newspaper!
Welcome Copenhagen Bee Save, the first Save group with a focus on bees. Find them on Facebook.
Welcome Bolzano Animal Save. Find them on Facebook.
Malta Animal Save report from their April 17 vigil: "Being so close to Easter, we were expecting to see lambs en route to slaughter. Instead, truck loads of pigs arrived. Beautiful, curious, innocent pigs. This truck was particularly crowded. The pigs couldn't even stand on all fours." Please watch.
Cluj-Napoca Animal Save held a vigil for the chickens on April 15. They report: "What would you do if today was the last day of your life? Would you try to be better? Some of us are condemned to a far too painful end because of the choices of others, treated like machines or objects and killed as if our lives would not mean anything. Be someone you would be proud of on the last day of your life. Be good."
Celje Animal Save held a vigil for the cows on April 12 outside the Celjske Mesnine slaughter plant.
Essex Pig Save report from their vegfest table outreach on April 14: "Thanks to everyone that stopped by our stall today at Harlow Vegan Fair. We really enjoyed talking to you all and it was great to speak to so many of you that want to start getting involved in activism."
Sussex Animal Save held an Easter vigil on April 17 at Morley Farm. They report: "We bore witness to trucks full of sheep and lambs. There is a big demand for their flesh and body parts this time of year. These animals are scared and don’t want to die. Why is it that we celebrate Easter with so much suffering?"
Valparaíso Animal Save bore witness outside the Quilpué slaughter plant on April 14. They report: "Three trucks arrived with piglets; the drivers and the guard, upon detecting our presence, took care to let each truck enter very quickly. Two minutes of compassion and love is a long time for the industry, but a lifetime of torture and mistreatment is normal."
Tunja Animal Save held their first vigil on March 31. They report: "We stood at the gates of the slaughterhouse waiting to give them the only touch of love that these animals received in their short and sad life. We sent them away from this horrible world that enslaved them to feed selfish beings."
Join us for the 2019 Women's March From Fearmans Slaughterhouse - Everyone welcome. Our goal is to double the numbers from last year - May 12, 9 am – 2 pm.RSVP: event page
We will start the day with a vigil for the pigs. After bearing witness and leaving flowers and messages for the babies trapped inside the slaughterhouse, we will start marching to a park in downtown Burlington. We are marching to show our solidarity to the nonhuman females that have been oppressed by the patriarchy.
In Part II of this workshop series, we will apply our research model to another corporate target, this time in London, Ontario. It is not necessary to have attended Part I of this workshop series, and encourage anyone who DID to bring a friend this time!
What is a campaign? How can strategic corporate campaigns get us closer to animal liberation? How can you help the animal liberation movement from a computer? RSVP:event page
Watch: Toronto Fish Save held a joint vigil and cube with Anonymous for the Voiceless Toronto outside of Ripley's Aquarium to mark World Day for the End of Fishing.
"A cow is just a big dog, a pig is just an other version of a dog. They are all different from the outside but practically the same.” - Justin Anderson, vigil attendee
Go vegan and get involved! Join us at our weekly morning vigils on Tuesdays for the Cows and Lambs 9:30 am - 12 pm at St. Helen's "Meat" Packers slaughter plant at 1 Glen Scarlett Road.
Windsor-Detroit Farm Animal Save in the news April 10 Weston abattoir.
Co-organizer Josh Atkins said this event was part of the global movement that started in Toronto and bears witness to farm animals on their way to slaughter.
Toronto Pig Save started in December 2010, with a promise to the pigs of doing a minimum of three vigils and vegan outreach events each week, all year round. We bear witness as a community of pigs, cows, chickens and other farmed animal victims in slaughterhouse trucks. The animals want us to be present and, with the most pleading eyes, ask for our help when we see them through the portholes of transport trucks. Just as if we were in those horrid trucks, we would want the whole community to be there fighting for our freedom, liberation, rights, and equality. In a way, we are there. All life is one and, “when (wo)men wish to harm others, they really do evil to themselves,” Leo Tolstoy said in his animal rights story “Esarhaddon, King of Assyria”. It’s our positive duty and obligation to act in the present to try to stop the most egregious injustices before us.
"When the suffering of another creature causes you to feel pain, do not submit to the initial desire to flee from the suffering one, but on the contrary, come closer, as close as you can to her who suffers, and try to help her.” – Leo Tolstoy
In 8 years, The Save Movement has grown to over 680 Save groups in 72 countries around the world. Our dream is to have regular vigils at every slaughter plant worldwide. We regularly give seed money to new Save groups and require funds for literature, posters, subway ad campaigns (iVegan.ca) and vegan outreach events.
Make animal liberation your priority in life! Think of 10 kind things you can do each day and encourage your friends to do the same! Join us and participate in our weekly vigils, start a Save group in your community, and be a regular donor.
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