WCW Named Finalist for Prestigious Award

Posted by Justin Goodman
30 January 2017 | Newsworthy

 

We’re honored to announce that Campaigns & Elections magazine has selected the White Coat Waste Project as one three finalists for its prestigious Reed Award for Non-profit Grassroots Organization of the Year. The winners will be announced next month at an event in Las Vegas.

C&E award social graphicThank you to all of our generous and dedicated supporters for helping make this possible!

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us score major wins against taxpayer-funded animal experimentation in 2017.

 

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In this day and age it is horrid we have to even begin such a dialogue. We do not need barbaric torturous tests period! There are other more effective methods. Sentient beings that are voiceless and not cognitive to understand what is happening but they DO UNDERSTAND AND FEEL terror, fear, pain. Our hard earned money should NOT be spent torturing sentient beings. Period. Evolve – this day and age we know better and can use other very effective models. Period.
Comment from and others is spot on! Simply an example – NANCY CLARK, DECEMBER 28, 2016 REPLY
As others have already pointed out, technology available today makes experimentation on animals unnecessary. This entrenched system is part of the “swamp” that needs to be “drained,” President Trump! Please make it a priority!

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