The American Anti Vivisection Society is a non-profit animal welfare group dedicated to ending the use animals in Science. The mission of AAVS is to end the use of animals in science through education, advocacy, and the development of alternative methods.
Founded in 1883, the American Anti-Vivisection Society (AAVS) is the first non-profit animal advocacy and educational organization in the United States dedicated to ending experimentation on animals in research, testing, and education. They work with individuals, students and parents, educators, grassroots groups, corporate and government decision makers, and members of the scientific community.
In order to pursue their mission, the group works together with the community through their publications and outreach efforts, education campaigns, and the like.
Members of the community can also help the animals under the group’s care through donating financially. The funds raised through this method will be used for the benefit of the animals that the organization is trying to save from an unfortunate fate.
For inquiries, the group can be reached through mail at 801 Old York Road, Suite 204, Jenkintown, PA 19046. They can also be contacted through phone at 800.SAY.AAVS (800.728.2287).
To know more about this organization, please visit their website at http://aavs.org.