The Invisible Animals organisation: Help us put a stop to the imprisonment and killing of animals for fur!How does your donation help?
Kui lähedal oleme eesmärgi saavutamisele?
How does your donation help?
The fox Sparky was born at the Karjaküla fur farm. She lived the entirety of her short life in a confined wire cage, walked on a wire floor and saw the world through a wire mesh, never
getting a change to run or play. Today, only six months after being born, she has become a tuft on someone’s hat.
Most people in Estonia do not support the killing of animals for the sake of fur alone. The Invisible Animals organisation wants to achieve adoption of a ban on fur farms during the term
of this Riigikogu to put a stop to the activity of those farms in Estonia. We cooperate with politicians and government agencies to identify the best solutions for restructuring the fur industry in Estonia. We raise awareness of the animal welfare problems prevalent in the fur industry.
Support the ban on fur farms!
We use your donations for printing handouts, publishing articles, covering IT and legal costs, paying for advertising spaces, covering travel expenses, commissioning opinion polls, organising negotiations, producing and editing videos and many other purposes.
Invisible Animals advocates for animal welfare in industrial settings where profit is prioritised over the needs of animals. All animals deserve our protection, care and love!
For €5, we can drive to negotiate with a member of the Riigikogu to look for the best options for restructuring the fur industry in Estonia, or we can print 100 handouts to raise general
awareness of the welfare problems affecting fur animals.
For €10, we can pay for one month of maintaining the campaign website where we invite our supporters to sign petitions and to send letters to decision-makers, or we can post social media
adverts exposing the dark side of the fur business.
For €25, we can publish a news portal article on the problems of fur farms for one day to attract public support for the adoption of a total ban.
The organization is included on the list of income tax incentive non-profit organizations and the donors will get back the income tax paid from their donation and the donations made by companies are tax-free (Estonian Income Tax Act § 49). Read more about taxes: Donating and taxes.