19 September 2013 Vote to Support Defenders! Posted by: Defenders of Wildlife | 29 comments | Share: Defenders is happy to announce that we are on the ballot to receive funding from CREDO this year! But the amount depends on you. Each of the nonprofit organizations on the ballot will receive an amount of funds based on how many votes they receive. This is a quick, easy and free way to support Defenders of Wildlife and the important work we do to protect and restore the imperiled wildlife and wild places that you care about. There are two ways you can vote: If you’re already a CREDO member, click here. If you’re not a member of CREDO, all you have to do to be eligible to vote is to take action on any of their petitions, listed here. Thank you for supporting Defenders of Wildlife! 29 Responses to “Vote to Support Defenders!” Elizabeth Marcelino September 24th, 2013 Continue doing this wonderful work, defend wildlife, all humans supposed to be very proud. We all should defend this cause. Say no to torture animals for you taking ivory, skins etc … Good job to all who walk in the field in defense of these animals. Tatyana Tabachuk October 1st, 2013 Keep doing a great job Thank you for your hard work Chris Thigpen October 14th, 2013 Keep up the great work! Donna Scarbrough October 14th, 2013 I donate when I can, unfortunately it’s a small amount but the best I can do, and I can’t always do it. I’m always available to sign petitions though!! fanny October 14th, 2013 Thank you for the great job Liz Caryer October 14th, 2013 Thank goodness for your defication’n alexandra gundelfingen October 14th, 2013 Thank you for your hard work Edward White October 14th, 2013 A no brainer! andrew Schelling October 14th, 2013 Wolves are not yet completed there recovery, you delisted other species like the bald eagle, give wolves a chance and leave them alone. Andrea Goldstein October 14th, 2013 I deeply congratulate all your team for the arduous work you do every day to defend the life and most of all to ensure the existence of these amazing creatures. I hope that you keep winning all battles for them and for the sake of our environment. michele king October 14th, 2013 I have been with you for over 30 years. And I am so proud to be involved in signing petitions etc.. thank you so much for all your good work. Kay B October 14th, 2013 Thank you for your hard work everyday to defend the lives of those who cannot speak for themselves. We all must speak for them to help them and preserve their presence on this earth. love of animals October 15th, 2013 Anyone who commits their time to looking after animals caring for them and fighting for them deserves to be commended for doing such a fantastic job and for being their only voice .All animals deserve peace and harmony and you try so hard to make this a reality !!!! Sharron Thomson October 15th, 2013 Well done to you all – You are all Angels to our beautiful animals – Your work is amazing and I salute you all – Keep up the wonderful work carolyn October 22nd, 2013 Please, don’t ever stop fighting for those who cannot speak for themselves. I just wish I was rich. It seems that money talks in this land of the supposedly free, instead of ethics and compassion! Sharon K. Cousins October 23rd, 2013 We so count on you to give a voice to animals. Keep up your great work!!!! debra taylor October 23rd, 2013 I try to write my legislators or add personnal notes when i sign petitions.. But that, and a small donation and my membership is all I can do.. Your work is so important.. Shawn Nicholas Rice October 25th, 2013 We need to start thinking about who are the real criminals I should say because of our environment. And the criminals are not the wildlife either. It is us humans who are mean to the environment and take the wildlife’s habitat away from them. Thank You for reading my comment. paola ferrario November 10th, 2013 Great association, you are deeply needed! carol kaminsky November 10th, 2013 Hope it works Laura Combs November 10th, 2013 Please continue to help people like me help animals who have voice of their own. Leslie Chain November 10th, 2013 I’d rather save wolves than anyone who would get rid of wolves: Much better investment. Sarbaga Falk November 10th, 2013 Thanks for all you do to protect vulnerable wildlife! Arthur F. Meincke November 10th, 2013 Animals are not to be treated with disrespect or heinous treatment. Humans are more barbaric than the animals they enslave and slaughter. Leave the animals alone in their environment! Stephanie Babcock November 10th, 2013 I’ve tried several times to support Defenders of Wildlfe wihtout a good viral reaction. Actually, the link did not work. I completely support the Wildlife Organization and want it to be known. Debi Richards November 11th, 2013 I am so glad to be a member of this important cause. If we all make a little noise, we are bound to be heard. Nicole November 11th, 2013 I signed a GREAT petition & fully support Defenders…is this my vote?! Randi Beatty November 13th, 2013 You are doing a great job I support everything that you do we need more like you but so happy that you are here God Bless you all. I wish you all the best in the world. Thank You Randall Beatty Mary Driscoll November 19th, 2013 Thanks for all you do for wildlife!! Post Your Comment Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) You May also be interested in Wolf Weekly Wrap-Up Recap of Pinetop Hearing; Celebrating Sucesses: 700,000 comments from wolf supports in to USFWS regarding wolf delisting proposal; this week USDA annouces they plan to audit Wildlife Services Predator Program. 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