We're writing to you today because you use Our Hen House's online services. We hope that you are enjoying our multimedia tools and resources, and, even more importantly, we hope these features enhance your animal advocacy. With our primary goal being to mainstream the movement to end the exploitation of animals, we believe that changemakers come in all shapes and sizes - artists, grassroots activists, academics, lawyers, students, business moguls, media darlings, etc. No matter what your niche is, Our Hen House aims to give you what you need to be part of a new world for animals.
We want to continue offering you great online content -- such as weekly podcasts, daily blog entries, videos and newsletters. However, growing and maintaining an online service is expensive.
Because we're non-profit and listener and reader supported, your help is needed. Please consider a donation -- even just a few dollars can go very far toward our efforts to build a strong voice for animals. And, it will help us take our next, exciting step -- expanding our online persona to create an online magazine full of riveting content and even more dynamic multimedia tools.
Please make your year-end gift today, and help keep Our Hen House strong throughout 2012.
As always, we are offering meaningful thank you gifts for people who donate $25 or more. And through the end of the year, we are proud to offer a signed poster from artist Sue Coe, who was just featured on our Art of the Animal series, in exchange for a minimum donation of $250. Her new piece, "Riot of the Hens" (pictured below), is the perfect wall-hanging for any animal lover who is working to change the world. Hens, of course, are among our favorite animals. These smart, social, and brave creatures make up over 9 of the 10 billion land animals killed for food annually in the U.S. alone. In "Riot of the Hens," it's nice to see them fighting back.
On behalf of the Our Hen House team, thank you for your passion, your compassion, and for your ongoing support.
Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan
The Hens of Our Hen House
Our Hen House is a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization.
|Donate $250 between now and Dec. 31 at midnight and receive a copy of this poster, signed by artist Sue Coe|
|Jasmin Singer showing off Our Hen House's Indie Media Powerhouse award from VegNews Magazine|