WEEAC - Worldwide Events Ending Animal Cruelty
WHAT WEEAC IS ABOUT
Our organization was founded in Feb. 2011, and the response has been overwhelmingly enthusiastic, with many countries & organizations
now involved and more signing on every day.
WHAT DOES WEEAC STAND FOR
WEEAC stands for Worldwide Events Ending Animal Cruelty and we are about the joining together of people and organizations. To work united
together, as one loud voice across the world.
To stand together, to raise awareness to those individuals who still have no idea the extent of the horrors animals suffer on a daily basis.
So that United as one, we can go after those who seek to abuse, torture, use and exploit animals, for their own monetary gain or self gratification.
Our logo is a symbol of Unity for the animals. A symbol of peace. The flame of the Candle for hope. The surrounding colors, all the various voices
from around the world, to be a voice for those without a voice. For only United together as one do we stand any chance in making the changes
needed for the animals. It is important, that we are all able to communicate and work together.
As we continue to raise awareness through our Events. We will also be working on educating our young. Working together with organizations and
people to implement programs to teach our youth. Our future generations. That animals deserve our love and respect. That they are sentient
beings, and do have a soul (whom deserve to live their lives in peace.) And need our help.
Our first Event which was held on 08 October 2011 was our first step. And we feel was quite successful in uniting many countries around the world.
On all the various issues that need to be ended. Yet we still have much work to do. Our 2nd Event took place on 22 September 2012.
And the 3rd Event coming up, will be on 07 September 2013.
In Unity! For the Animals!
President / Founder
Download Our Invitation towards Unity
As we envision our mission & goals, we see the people of this world from all walks of life, uniting on one day, to stand in mourning of all the animals
killed in this world.
People from all countries, beliefs, races, religions and yet ALL having one thing in common: our love and compassion for a species
other than our own.
I ask you, "What kind of person can commit such heinous atrocities to another living being, while it screams in pain and fright, and still they persist?"
Whether it be greed or psychosis: it must stop NOW!
And our world will be a much better place for it, OVERALL!
- as we stand together, as one people, one world,
- divided by invisible boundaries and politics,
- we commit to pursuing the necessary changes to be made,
- and that we will relentlessly persist until each horror has ended.