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AAC speeds up the end of unnecessary animal suffering* by matching people to roles that help animals most.​

*unnecessary animal suffering is the suffering which is preventable or that we believe through working on the topic is in our power to alleviate and make animals lives substantially less bad


The Animal Advocacy Movement

Animal advocacy organisations are powered by talent to accelerate faster towards their visions. As a result of this animals suffer less all across the world.

Who We Are

AAC is an internationally recognised highly valuable resource for  animal advocacy organisations and job seekers.

What We Do

We are playing an essential role in anticipating and meeting the demand for talent for the growing effective animal advocacy movement, especially in neglected areas and locations.


The animal advocacy movement is desperately in need of passionate, talented professionals to help fast forward the end of animal suffering. Recruiting the perfect fit for a role can be an arduous process, with organisations often spending months searching for the ideal candidate for some roles.


Animal Advocacy Careers (AAC) was founded in late 2019 through Charity Entrepreneurship’s incubation program, with the goal to attract top talent to the movement and empower them to make a real impact.

We strive to create a unified force that will work together towards our ultimate goal of a world where animals are free from unnecessary suffering. By capacitating animal advocacy organisations with promising individuals, we can accelerate progress towards their visions and reduce animal suffering around the globe.

AAC is not just an organisation, it's a community of people united by a shared goal, determined to change the world for animals

through our work.


Mission with Ambition

Fueled by our awareness of the injustice of unnecessary animal suffering, we set ambitious goals and are willing to take risks for high potential returns.

Effective Detectives

We regularly analyse our programs and think of ways to do better. If a program is not effective at previously defined early stopping points, we stop it.

Intentional Integrity

We hold ourselves accountable to the highest ethical standards and strive to be transparent and honest in all of our actions and decisions.

Passion for Compassion

We believe in the power of compassion to drive change and inspire action. We create a positive and inclusive culture that prioritises the well-being of animals and each other.

Conscious Collaboration

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We value collaboration and open communication to achieve our goals. We believe in working together (externally and internally) to achieve more than we can alone.

What We Do

We empower individuals to make a lasting impact in the fight against animal suffering

by providing high-quality career support and connect them with impactful ways to get involved in animal advocacy.

We have an online course, a job board and a careers advising service.

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Our Impact

Over 40 thousand people have visited our website and many have changed their career plans based on our programs.

Our Team

AAC's mission is pursued by a dedicated team of highly skilled individuals with a common mission to end unnecessary animal suffering.

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Get Involved

Find out ways in which you help us change the world for animals.

You can volunteer, advise us or donate.

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Why Do We Focus On Farmed Animals?

Animal advocacy — including everything from public activism to developing new foods that can replace animal products — can be one of the most effective ways to have a positive impact. 


We can help lots of animals for not much cost, improving their lives or sparing them from the horrors of factory farming. But that's not all; animal advocacy could be an invaluable tool for building a better society for us all in the long run


We believe that one of the most impactful ways advocates can make a difference to animals’ lives is by focusing on farmed animals or wild animals because unfortunately, these creatures are often neglected despite their immense numbers.


Our work is mostly aimed at supporting individuals and organisations who focus on farmed animal advocacy. This is the area that the majority of highly impact-focused animal advocates — those who don’t just want to help animals, but help as many animals, as much as they can — currently tend to focus on.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Why Fundraising?
    A lack of funding is one of the main problems that the animal advocacy movement faces. We believe that fundraising is one of the top areas where the movement most urgently needs more expertise. This programme seeks to empower individuals with fundraising skills within the animal advocacy sphere, in order to strengthen the movement.
  • What Do Fundraisers Do?
    There are many different types of fundraising roles and work, ranging from digital marketing to face-to-face fundraising with major donors. However, there are some common activities: ‣ Communicate with donors. Of course, this often involves directly asking donors or institutions for their financial support. ‣ Research potential donors and grant-makers. ‣ One-to-one communication with individuals and institutions that might make gifts and thanking them for gifts they have made. Fundraising involves both cultivating relationships with prospective donors and stewarding relationships with existing donors. ‣ Coordinate with other employees in the organisation to ensure that information related to donors is well-informed and to support communication with or proposals for donors. ‣ Logistical work coordinating fundraising across the department or specific fundraising campaigns.
  • How Will this Work Placement Expand my Career Options?
    Fundraising provides a lot of generally useful skills. At the end of the experience, you will be better equipped to work in various nonprofit roles besides fundraising, including campaigns, marketing, or management and leadership, roles in government institutions, or roles at for-profit companies. Fundraisers may be well-placed to enter high-level management and leadership roles in nonprofits.
  • How Does This Work Help Animals?
    If you’re interested in helping animals effectively through your career, you should prioritise work that has high potential for impact. Spending resources on fundraising can have a multiplier effect by raising substantially more money than is invested.
  • How Does the Application Process Work?
    Please complete our application form. After the deadline, if we have received a completed form from you, we will send you an email letting you know whether we will proceed with your application or not. If we proceed, you will be asked to complete 2-3 hours’ worth of test tasks. We will then send you another email letting you know whether we will proceed with your application or not. If we proceed, you will have an interview to discuss your application and the programme. We will then send you another email letting you know whether we will proceed with your application or not. Application deadline: Sunday 1st May. We recognise that this application process is more time-consuming than some. We offer compensation of $20 per hour spent on test tasks (up to a maximum of 3 hours), as well as $50 per interview. (Note that this payment might be taxable in your country and you are responsible for reporting it to your tax authority.)



Animal Protection Capacity Builders is a collective of member organizations that provide free and low-cost capacity building services to advocates devoted to a kinder world for animals. 

Our aim is to help other animal protection groups, organizations and activists learn about and access the array of resources that are now available to assist and guide them in their efforts - a "one-stop capacity building shop" for animal advocates who wish to form, develop, expand and improve their organization's reach and effectiveness.

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