The Humane Education network aims to make animal welfare more accessible to the general public.
It is a non-profit that connects individuals, organizations and schools to help them learn about the importance of animal welfare and how it can impact the environment.
It offers educational materials and tools that people can use in their own communities.
The group was founded by a group of animal advocates who are passionate about animal welfare.
They have also made an effort to connect with teachers and school districts, and have helped in the adoption of the Humane Society of the United States.
It is the first group to be accredited by the National Association of Animal Advocates.
“We want to empower teachers, parents and children to understand and use the facts to make better choices in our lives,” said David W. Schumacher, president of the group.
In the video above, you can see the group in action.
It also provides information on how to donate to the Humane education network.
As of July 1, the organization will be accredited and has received $1.5 million in grants.
This article originally appeared on ESPN.com.