FARM (Farm Animal Rights Movement) is a national nonprofit organization advocating for animal rights and veganism since 1981. For many years, we were the only national animal rights organization fighting for farmed animals.
Operating from our nation’s capital through a network of local activists, we conduct massive public awareness campaigns. Our Animal Rights National Conference has trained hundreds of animal rights activists and inspired movement newcomers.
Farm Animal Rights Movement(FARM) works to end the use of animals for food through public education and grassroots activism. We believe in the self worth of animals, as well as environmental protection and public health.
World Day for Farmed Animals is an annual global day of action, observed on October 2nd, dedicated to exposing, mourning, and memorializing the more than 65 billion cows, pigs, turkeys, chickens, and other land animals that needlessly suffer and are killed in the world’s farms and slaughterhouses. Grassroots activists across 30 countries hold symbolic and educational events in their communities.
Since 1996, FARM’s letters-to-the-editor program has been linking benefits of the vegan lifestyle to current news developments or national holidays. Each of the 15 letters per year is published in approximately 75 local newspapers and reaches millions of readers.
FARM's Animal Rights National Conference is the world’s largest and longest running animal rights gathering, hailing back to 1981. It is a forum for movement leaders, local activists and caring individuals of all kinds to share knowledge, report on progress, discuss strategies, and network.