The Protector's Circle

A Leadership community committed to investing in the lives of animals and the work of World Animal Protection.

The Protector’s Circle is a distinguished group of passionate people who take a leadership role in supporting the work of World Animal Protection. By giving a gift (or series of gifts) totaling $1,000 or more during the year, OR committing to monthly giving of at least $50/month, you make a greater impact for animals affected by disasters, subjected to cruel factory farming, and exploited for entertainment. For more than 50 years World Animal Protection has gone where no other organization has gone helping the animals that need it most. By choosing to join World Animal Protection’s Protector’s Circle, you ensure a better life for billions of animals around the globe.

Your member benefits

  • First notice of campaigns, activities and updates
  • Exclusive reports from the field
  • Printed newsletters throughout the year
  • E-News – our monthly email on the inspirational global work made possible by our supporters
  • Direct access by phone and email to a personal World Animal Protection liaison
  • Invitations to webinars, Google+ hangouts, calls and events
  • A complimentary copy of World Animal Protection’s Global Review
  • World Animal Protection tote bag

As with any investment, we understand that you might wish for more information before making a commitment. Our Development team would be happy to speak with you at any time about membership.

Please give us a call or send us an email today with any questions or comments you may have about becoming a member and increasing your impact on the lives of animals:

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Protector's Circle Testimonials
"Only 2% of non-profit donations go to animal rescue organizations. In order to stop the many forms of cruelty in places all over the world, we need to have the people, plans and actions in place that work. World Animal Protection is such an organization. Please join me in giving to and supporting World Animal Protection. Every one of us makes a difference in saving more animals". - Kent and Diane W. of Washington State with their malamute/shepherd mix - a rescued dog
"“My involvement with World Animal Protection started years ago after meeting John Walsh and hearing his stories of Operation Gwamba at Lake Kariba in Zimbabwe. In 2010, I was in Zanzibar and just happened upon the sanctuary that World Animal Protection had for the Red Colobus monkeys. I was thrilled to see the work that is being done to protect them in their natural habitat. I am always proud of the work that World Animal Protection does, every day, with animals and people around the world in times of disasters, wars and animal needs.” – Carla S.
"It is so rewarding to know that there are animals receiving better treatment or rescued due to the effort of World Animal Protection. It also brought a tremendous comfort to me to know there are people fighting for the welfare of suffering animals. It is my passion and wish of life to help animals." - Olivia Hu and her family