Voiceless Grants Program inspires the next generation of changemakers for animals

In 2022, Voiceless continues to work towards a just and equitable world where animals can flourish by investing in changemakers, visionary organisations and initiatives that reform our social and political systems.

This year, we have hand-picked a number of exceptional recipients to work alongside and support. Here is the next generation of changemakers for animals that we have partnered with so far in 2022…


Voiceless and Little Oak Sanctuary inspiring today’s youth to be tomorrow’s changemakers

We are delighted to announce that Kate and James Luke, co-founders of Little Oak Sanctuary, are our first grant recipients for 2022.

Like Voiceless, Little Oak Sanctuary believes in the power of education to create a brighter future for all animals. Little Oak has recently launched an empathy-based education program for primary school-aged children called ‘The Compassionate Classroom’. The program connects educators and parents with the tools and resources they need to help kids explore and understand farmed animals and the issues that impact them. Voiceless has partnered with Little Oak to help the program thrive and reach a larger audience so that kids from a young age can make kinder, more empathetic choices for all animals.

Learn more about upcoming courses at The Compassionate Classroom and Little Oak Sanctuary.

Little Oak Sanctuary Grant Recipient 2022


Voiceless and the Australian Alliance for Animals to fix our broken animal welfare system

We were proud to partner with the newly formed Australian Alliance for Animals by supporting their animal law and policy reform program with a Voiceless Grant. Voiceless has also joined forces with the AAA as a core member.

In Australia, the systems used to create laws and policies concerning animal welfare are broken and outdated. Australian animals deserve action to end cruel practices and industries, and a decision-making process that includes establishing an Independent Office of Animal Welfare ensures their interests are increasingly heard and respected.

Voiceless campaigned for the creation of a national independent office of animal welfare for many years, and we are thrilled to be collaborating with the Alliance to achieve such historical and beneficial reforms for Australian animals. Based on the support of the new government, it is looking hopeful that we will achieve this reform in the near future!

AAA Grant Recipient 2022

Voiceless and the Israeli Human and Animal Institute work together to change the curriculum in Israel

We have always believed that today’s youth are tomorrow’s changemakers, and if we can educate and inspire them to show greater kindness and empathy to all living things, the world will be a more just and equitable place for all animals.

We are proud to partner with the impactful, youth-focused organisation, The Israeli Human and Animal Institute, to support their primary school, empathy-based education program by awarding them a Voiceless Grant. The grant will fund the second rollout of the Animal Studies education program from 2nd and 3rd grade to 4th and 5th-grade students in early 2023.

The ‘Animals With Us’ coursework program encourages human and animal connection via video and web-based tools. It is approved for the Science curriculum and is a partnership with the country’s biggest textbook supplier, and will be available for teaching in up to 600 primary schools across Israel.

Stay tuned for more updates on 2022 recipients.

The Voiceless Grants Program will open for applications in early 2023.

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