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Join a special group of donors at the leading edge of PETA's vital work to end the suffering, abuse, and neglect of animals by becoming a member of PETA's Vanguard Society today.

We chose the name Vanguard because of what it means: the forefront of a movement. Our Vanguard Society members make it possible for PETA to continue to lead the way in the fight for animal rights.

Your generous tax-deductible Vanguard Society gift will ensure that we can continue our fight to stop the abuse and neglect of all animals—whether on factory farms, in circuses, in laboratories, or even in backyards. Our Vanguard Society members expect more for their investment in our life-changing work for animals, which is why they receive exclusive updates on all of PETA's campaigns.

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