PeTA - People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals 

PeTA was established in 1980 and is a not for profit organisation based in the United States.

Rejecting 'speciesism', PeTA is one the world's largest animal rights organisations. 

"Animals are not ours to experiment on, eat, wear, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way".

PeTA isn't just concerned with Veganism, it's also at the forefront of positive change for animal rights in general. It is anti cruelty, anti fur, anti animal experiments.

Famous for successful campaigns including the anti fur campaign "I'd rather go naked than wear fur".

Viva! - Vegetarians International Voice for Animals

Viva! was founded in the UK in 1994. It is an active animal rights organisation. Viva! looks to expose abuse of factory farmed animals and produces information on how to go Vegan.

"The most powerful action you can take to end animal suffering, protect the environment and improve your health is to go Vegan".