It is with great excitement that we announce to you that Mercy For Animals is expanding its vital campaigns on behalf of farmed animals to the lone star state - opening an office in Dallas, Texas!
We're bringing our vital work for animals to millions of Texans. Through grassroots activism, education and advertising campaigns, research and undercover investigations, and work with news media, MFA will broaden our efforts to open consumers' hearts and minds to the plight of farmed animals and empower them to make humane food choices.
It is also with great honor that we introduce you to Eddie Garza, MFA's Texas Campaign Coordinator. Eddie will be leading MFA's efforts in all of these areas.
With this expansion we are also opening a Texas Advocacy Center, centrally located in Dallas. Now, with our new Advocacy Center, we'll be able to do more than ever to involve more activists in our groundbreaking work to protect animals. Check out these photos of the Advocacy Center.
Our new center is so much more than an office; it will serve as a vital resource and clearinghouse of opportunities, information, and support for activists interested in protecting farmed animals! We will offer:
- Volunteer and Internship opportunities - learn how to expand our grassroots efforts in leafleting, feed-ins, and tabling, as well as contribute to office and administrative support;
- Access to MFA vegan outreach literature and other activist materials;
- Information and the latest news on the current state of factory farming and the best ways to fight it
If you live in the area, please consider attending one of our upcoming Texas events.
For more information on the center, and to get active with MFA in Texas please email Eddie at EddieG@MercyForAnimals.org.
Thank you for all of your continued support - which has allowed MFA to broaden its vital campaigns to Texas, one of the most influential and dynamic cities in the nation. Your involvement and dedication have enabled us to move closer to the day when all animals are treated with the respect and compassion they deserve.