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    End Animal Suffering

    We are dedicated to ending all forms of Animal abuse and neglect. Animals in laboratories and farm Animals that have to suffer only have one hope - caring people who are prepared to stand up for what is right...we are the voice for them.
    Address:
    River Valley Dr
    Carrollton , GA 30117
    USA
    Contact Person: Vantressa Brown
    E-Mail: Shay@end-animal-suffering.org
    Website: http://www.end-animal-suffering.org
       
    This page was last modified on 08/16/2003.

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    Detailed Information:
    EAS is run entirely by volunteers. We always appreciate help, whether it is available once in a while, ongoing basis or online. You can volunteer to help with a variety of activities, from coordinating our programs to helping at our events. If you are interested in getting involved, please contact us: .


    Meetings/Events
    EAS hosts events throughout the year such as vegetarian picnics, dining out, speak out in schools about Animal abuse, educating the public about animal issues and having fun at meetings. We also sponsor and hold fund raising events for Animal shelters and Vegetarian societies. Our meetings are held the 1st of each month; everyone is welcome, including Animals. Meeting and interacting with other vegetarians is an excellent way to make the transition an easier one. We are located in Carrollton, Georgia. Email us for more information.

    About our Members
    All kinds of people belong to EAS. Our members range from long-time Vegetarians, Vegans, Fruitarians to non-vegetarians who are interested in learning more. We're a diverse group from different backgrounds and cultures, of all ages from young students to grandparents and singles to families.


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