Help does not need to be via donation, there are many things that can be done to help. Please note we are not connected to any of these charities. Promoting their cause is our way of helping. Stop Cruelty does not support any political party. We hope that they all put the welfare of their people and animals first. Stop Cruelty - Any species, any colour, any age.

This could be the worst homelessness crisis in our 50-year history, with 23,000 young lives at risk. You can make sure a young person isn’t just a statistic this Christmas, by becoming a Room Sponsor today. Your monthly gifts will give a young homeless person a safe warm room to live in, so they can start to turn their lives around.
The Lucy Faithfull Foundation is the only UK-wide child protection charity dedicated solely to preventing child sexual abuse.They work closely with frontline workers and professionals such as police officers, social workers and education staff to ensure children are as safe as they can be. They keep children safe in all our work. They work with entire families that have been affected by sexual abuse including: young people with inappropriate sexual behaviours; adult male and female sexual abusers; victims of abuse and other family members.
Dogs rescued from a dog meat farm in Haemi, South Korea, by Humane Society International (HSI), settle in at their temporary shelter on Wednesday, Oct. 28th.  Staff from HSI and the Humane Society of the United States are caring for these dogs until they're transported to rescue partners for adoption.  Darryl is shown here, with HSI responder, Kelly Donithan.
HSI Animal Rescue Team shut down a dog meat farm in Haemi, South Korea, where 170+ dogs were suffering, fated to be slaughtered for their meat. Please donate to help them care for these dogs and get them into new homes, transition other farms away from this sad industry, and fight animal cruelty worldwide.
The Jane Goodall Institute promotes understanding and protection of great apes and their habitat and builds on the legacy of Dr. Jane Goodall, our founder, to inspire individual action by young people of all ages to help animals, other people and to protect the world we all share.
Over 180 years ago anti-slavery campaigners finally achieved what they had fought for over 60 years – abolishing a system of slavery in the British Empire. But the abolitionists, such as Thomas Clarkson knew the job of ending slavery was far from complete, which is why, a year after – in 1839 – they founded the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, in the 1990s renamed as Anti-Slavery International, to continue disrupting slavery in all its forms. This year we mark its 180th anniversary. Anti-slavery have achieved plenty throughout our history, from ending particular systems of slavery in Belgian Congo, Peru, and China, to playing a big part in passing all major anti-slavery conventions, to ending many forms of slavery in modern times, to outlawing the traditional form of sexual slavery in Niger only last month.
When wildlife is in danger, they can't speak up for themselves—so Defender speak for them. Defenders of Wildlife deploys a wide range of tools and tactics, from policy analyses and advocacy, to litigation, innovative science and technology programs and field conservation. Every Defenders program aligns with or contributes to at least one of three broad imperatives:
  • Prevent species and their habitats from becoming imperiled.
  • Protect endangered and threatened species and their habitats.
  • Restore the health of vulnerable species and their habitats.