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    Fighting for Animal Rights Everywhere (FARE)

    What is F.A.R.E.?
    F.A.R.E. is a network of concerned people who care about the welfare of all animals, human and non-human.
    F.A.R.E. promotes the humane treatment of all animals in every facet of life.
    F.A.R.E. is an informational center for animal rights issues.
    F.A.R.E. tries to bring people together that are interested in the same issues.
    F.A.R.E. attempts to educate the public about animal rights and animal welfare.
    F.A.R.E. is a distribution center for other groups who show the same concern for ALL living creatures.
    F.A.R.E. works for legal change.
    F.A.R.E. supports peace and harmony in the world.
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    P.O. Box 828
    Perry , MI 48872
    Contact Person: Keith Michael Varady
    Phone: n/a
    Fax: n/a
    E-Mail: [email protected]

    Detailed Information:
    What are F.A.R.E.'s Goals?
    To stop the suffering of all animals and to expose those who are causing the suffering.
    To bring an awareness to people of the importance of our relationship to all animals.
    To work to protect our environment, as it is an important issue for both man and animals.
    To fight to bring endangered animals back from the brink of extinction.
    To work towards instituting alternatives to the use of animals in research: medical, weapons, cosmetics, psychological, household products, etc.
    To bring an end to all cruel practices on animals.
    To see an end to war and disharmony in the world for the sake of humans
    and animals alike.

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