Find out about the difference you helped us make for animals around the world last year.
We’re pleased to let you know that thanks to WSPA supporters’ help, three female Asiatic bears have been saved from the brutal blood sport of bear baiting.
WSPA supporters take part in the biggest fundraising event in the world.
Our Animal Protector network exclusively for supporters who make a regular gift to WSPA has won an influential industry award for innovation.
Help us build a new safe home for bears still trapped in cruel captivity
A big thank you to everyone who took part in WSPA’s Bear Rescue Raffle earlier this year. Together you have raised over £160,000 that could help our local partners in Pakistan, Dr Fakhar-i-Abbas and his team at the Bioresource Research Centre (BRC), to rescue bears like Misty (now named Zilla), from the horrors of bear baiting.
Demand that the British government speaks up for kinder, cleverer farming.
The public stance taken by the Mayor of Bogota has bolstered the anti-cruelty movement in Colombia and our bullfighting campaign in Latin America
Thousands of WSPA supporters ask London’s new Mayor to protect the city’s wildlife crime police.
Mayor helps movement towards bullfighting ban in Bogotá
Our partners, Education for Nature Vietnam (ENV), have taken action in Vietnam with WSPA support that has led to police and government officials shutting down illegal tours of bear farms in Ha Long Bay.
WSPA has teamed up with ice cream makers Ben and Jerry’s and animal welfare charity Compassion in World Farming to launch Supporting Better Dairy
The International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting has concluded with both successes and disappointments for those committed to protecting marine mammals.
Challenge London’s Mayoral election candidates to put animals on the agenda.
WSPA appeals for support to help fight rabies with collars not cruelty
Alice Braga backs WSPA's Pawprint campaign to promote farm animal welfare at the Rio +20 Earth Summit.
WSPA learnt that the President of the Government Commission had publicly stated the vote was “not a priority”.
It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to John A. Hoyt, one of WSPA’s founding board members.
As the dust settles from June’s United Nations Earth Summit, the results of this influential meeting are becoming clear.
The Korean government has publicly committed to find a way to end bear farming in 2012.
Support for the World Society for the Protection of Animals' mayoral election campaign gathers pace.
Team WSPA run to the rescue of animals across the world.
As 2012 sees a bullfight ban come into force in the Spanish region of Catalonia, WSPA is now working to halt the cruel practice across Latin America.
Your chance to win £10,000 and help rescue bears from bear baiting
The fight against the proposed mega-dairy in Wales takes a dramatic turn as the Welsh Environment Minister ‘calls in’ the planning application.
Comedian Ricky Gervais has announced his support for WSPA’s Collars Not Cruelty campaign to protect dogs from both cruelty and rabies.
WSPA celebrates as dairy cows across Europe are let outside to graze.
Emmerdale vet Paddy battles to win £30,000 on the classic game show.
Emmerdale actors’ annual Leeds Zombie Film Fest returns for its fifth year.
Cruel proposals are serious blow to animal welfare.
WSPA launches groundbreaking partnership with Metropolitan Police’s Wildlife Crime Unit.
WSPA, along with local partner Ecoceanos, are celebrating a success in our SOS Sea Lions Chile campaign, with 300 sea lions saved from needless slaughter.
Lib Dem candidate Brian Paddick puts animals on his agenda, leaving only Boris Johnson still to make the pledge.
With help from WSPA supporters, Milla, Shama and Lala have been rescued from a life of bear baiting and are now in the safety of the WSPA-funded sanctuary in Pakistan
One of the smallest bears at the sanctuary tragically died from what we believe was a fatal snake bite.
WSPA spreads the word on turtle welfare.
Pledges £100m to assist developing countries adapt to impacts of climate change.
WSPA joins forces with CPRE to highlight dairy industry crisis.
EU Commissioner denies commitment to review live transport times.
WSPA will be calling on the UN and governments to recognise the importance and benefits of humane animal farming practices in ensuring we can feed the world sustainably.
180 people including HRH Princess Beatrice attended the Wild for WSPA charity fundraising event on 23 February in the grounds of Chelsea Football Club.
WSPA helps secure a step forward for animal welfare at the Rio +20 Earth Summit.
We work to bring animal welfare into school curriculums.
Get ahead on your Christmas shopping and help fund WSPA’s work.
New scheme ignores reality that whales are conscious, intelligent animals, not stocks in trade
Winner announced: Fairytale competition. Victor Watkins, WSPA’s Senior Wildlife Advisor and bear expert picks the winning story, inspired by rescued bears Hansel and Gretel.
WSPA has helped secure agreement from the UN to include sustainable livestock AND animal health on the agenda for the UN Earth Summit (Rio+20)
WSPA urges Indian Government to vaccinate dogs
WSPA calls for better UK wildlife crime laws citing concerns that confusing legislation may be boosting the trade in endangered species.