Affiliates and care centers

Together with our affiliates, we work for animals through many different channels—driving lawmaking to protect animals, ensuring that these laws are enforced, negotiating agreements with big companies, calling out cruelty wherever we see it, shaping public attitudes and elevating the status of animals in society. And each year, thousands of animals come to us in desperate need of healing, which skilled staff and volunteers at our animal care centers provide.

HSI helps relocate an elephant

Humane Society International is one of the only global animal protection organizations fighting to protect all animals.

White rabbits in the grass

The Humane Society Legislative Fund works to pass animal protection laws at the state and federal levels.

Regina "Gina" Taylor, R.V.T., holds a Red-Tailed Hawk

The Fund for Animals fulfills veterinary, sanctuary and rehabilitative needs at several direct animal care facilities.

Deer on land protected by WLT

The Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust protects wildlife by permanently preserving and connecting habitat.

Cat at HSVMA field clinic

Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association offers education, advocacy and direct service opportunities to aid animals in need.

Cute Pig

The Doris Day Animal League is a national nonprofit citizen's lobbying organization dedicated to protecting animals.

Chimp at Project Chimps
Making unprecedented advances for chimpanzees

2015 was a landmark year for chimps: September 14 marked the effective end of unrestricted invasive experiments on chimpanzees. All chimps, both wild and captive, were listed as endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) after a decades-long fight to end the use of chimpanzees in laboratory research. Project Chimps provides lifetime care to former research chimpanzees in a sanctuary on 236-acres of forested land in the Blue Ridge Mountains.