You can make a difference!
Help us speak up for those who have no voice, the billions of animals each year that are denied basic rights and are confined, made to suffer, and killed for human purpose and profit.
Have your voice strengthened by joining the Northwest's largest and most active nonprofit animal rights organization!
Being a NARN member means you are supporting a compassionate movement that believes animals are not ours to exploit, and works to end animal use and abuse in the food, entertainment, experimentation, and fashion industries.
With your membership payment you will:
• help support NARN's activities and campaigns
• have the right to vote at board elections
• receive a membership packet with tokens to show your support
• receive a weekly email newsletter of news, alerts, events, and activities
Your $25 membership subscription is good for one full year from the date of payment.
YES! I'd like to become a member of NARN. Sign me up!
If you wish to pay by check, please download our printable form as either PDF or WORD and mail it with your check payable to NARN to:
Northwest Animal Rights Network (NARN)
1037 NE 65th ST #174
Seattle, WA 98115
Note: You do not need to become an official member of NARN in order to participate in the organization. All volunteers and donors are highly appreciated as valued NARN supporters.
If you really want to stay on top of what is happening in the northwest, the United States and abroad, sign up for our weekly NARN e-Newsletter and get the information delivered directly to your inbox.
• Get the latest on animal rights global news and issues
• Find out about NARN events locally and other national events.
• Information on upcoming membership meetings and discussion forums.
• Links to other resources where you can find out more about the animal rights movement.
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There are so many ways to get involved with the Northwest Animal Rights Network. NARN provides a variety of rewarding opportunities locally and nationally for those who are interested in volunteering for animals.
Our volunteers come from diverse backgrounds and include teachers, engineers, social workers, students, computer programmers, and artists. No matter what your talents are, we have a volunteer opportunity for you.
Examples of volunteer work include:
• Handing out pamphlets and information
• Helping out with organizing events
• Participating in work parties
• Conducting online research
For more specific volunteer opportunities, our Newsletter will list current needs. If you have specific skills that you think would be of value to us, please fill out our Volunteer Form.
As an all volunteer, non-profit organization, our work to help animals is supported through the generous giving of our supporters. Many of you are familiar with our NARN-a-vision van and the crucial work we've been doing to educate the public about the atrocities of factory farming, by bringing the influential "Meet Your Meat" and other videos to events around the area. With our new online payment processing, via PayPal, donating to NARN is more convenient than ever, whether you want to make a one-time donation, or a monthly, recurring donation. NARN is a 501(c) 3 organization and all donations are tax-deductible. Thank you for giving to the animals.
NARN also accepts donations through estate planning and investments, as well as materials, goods and services useful for our campaigns. Please contact donations |at| narn |dot| org for arrangements or current needs. Thank you.
Whatever your unique skills may be, the NARN board has a place for you. If you have a passion for creating a non-violent world for all animals and just a little spare time to commit to the cause, then we need you.
Being on the NARN board is a uniquely rewarding experience. Most board members find that they are capable of much more than they thought possible. Strengths and skills come to light when the organization's needs are met with conviction. If you have always wanted to help animals but feel like you want to do more email narnboard |at| narn |dot] org and find out how you can take your activism to the next level.
> More information on board membership