Animal Writes
From 31 August 2003 Issue

World Farm Animals Day

The 20th anniversary of World Farm Animals Day is almost upon us, and we are counting on your help to make this the most meaningful observance ever! On October 2nd, we urge you to join thousands of caring folks in all 50 states and 20 other countries in addressing the tragedy of 50 billion farm animals abused and slaughtered for food each year throughout the world.

Here's what you can do:
1) Register at or 888-FARMUSA to obtain a Free Action Kit.
2) Encourage your group to sponsor an event.
3) Place a WFAD banner on your website (we will reciprocate).
4) Place a WFAD ad in your newsletter.

This 20th anniversary observance is sponsored by FARM and co-sponsored by In Defense of Animals and PeTA. Again, please contact us at or 888-FARMUSA for additional information. Thank you for your compassion and support!

WORLD FARM ANIMALS DAY (WFAD) was launched in 1983 to expose, mourn, memorialize, and mitigate the suffering of billions of innocent, sentient animals in the world's factory farms and slaughterhouses. The date of October 2 honors the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, foremost champion of humane farming. WFAD marks the one day a year when every person of conscience is honor-bound to help relieve the agony of farmed animals.

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