Cultivating the empowerment of women globally who promote animal activism and welfare.
Women united. Men invited.
We strongly believe that the best way to make an impact on animal cruelty around the world is through education by creating awareness on the value of animals in our society and the benefits they provide to our culture and environment.
Our aim is to raise money to help our foreign partners set up education programs, build sanctuaries, provide low cost veterinary care, and anything else we deem necessary to enrich the lives of animals and to impact the communities in a positive way.
We also want to encourage and ensure that our future generation continues by awarding grants semi-annually to activists under the age of 16.
Who We Are
We are a group united in our beliefs about bettering animals’ lives around the world.
After meeting in 2016, we formed a bond helping dogs from the Asian Dog Meat Trade and often discussed various ways we thought we could make a difference apart from what we were currently doing. So in 2018, WUFAW was created to turn our ideas into a reality.
Making dogs our primary focus (for now), we will be supporting the local organizations that we already have relationships with in Cambodia, Vietnam and Puerto Rico.
What Sets Us Apart
WUFAW was founded by a group of women who believe collaboration is the key to making an impact. Too often groups prefer to do things on their own, but in our experience that merely creates competition at the detriment of the animals.
Our goal is to help animals in ways that will have a long-lasting effect on an area or region. For example, we assist spay/neuter programs, help build vet clinics, and work with local groups in poorer countries to accomplish our shared goals and vision.
We are dedicated to direct-action projects that improve the welfare of animals around the globe. Bringing a wealth of experience and expertise. No one at WUFAW is a paid employee, thus most donations are applied directly to carry out our missions.