By getting the opinions of a large group of people onto a single platform, petitions are a highly effective way for the masses to communicate a desire for change to powerful decision makers. Every signature helps. Our petitions page has a list of petitions supported by OFP. All it takes is 5 min of your spare time to visit this page (updated regularly) and sign up for petitions that you support. Like, tweet and share petitions to drive a larger change.
This list is my no means comprehensive. You can find more petitions on sites like change.org or thepetitionsite.com. Also, check to see if your local animal / health / environmental NGOs are holding any petitions that you can support or for petitions that are closer to an issue that is closer to your heart.
Thousands of animals are suffering and dying needlessly to test products like shaving cream, mascara, and toothpaste, even though producing safe, cruelty-free beauty and personal care products is possible. It's time to end cosmetics cruelty — forever.
Join The Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International in our campaign for a cruelty-free world where rabbits, mice, rats, and guinea pigs no longer have to suffer for the sake of cosmetics.
The superbugs are coming, and they're being bred on factory farms. These antibiotic-resistant "superbugs" pose a serious threat to human health. You can help stop them by signing the petition to put an end to using medically important antibiotics on healthy livestock.
Please sign our petition to the European Commission today and join HSI in calling for immediate action to revise REACH to make full use of animal testing alternatives.
Today, over three hundred million hens are suffering, squeezed into cages so small they can't stretch their wings or even turn around. It doesn't have to be this way. As consumers, we have the power to say no to caged egg production.
Change is possible — it starts with a simple choice. Join WSPA in our fight to stop the cruel and inhumane treatment of egg-laying hens.
A United Nations (UN) World Animal Day is an opportunity to get animal protection onto the agenda of all 193 member states and celebrate the intrinsic relationship that exists between animals and humans worldwide. Tell us why animals are important to you and together we can move the UN to get animal protection onto the global agenda.