Mission & Vision

Mission

To make New Hampshire a more humane state by educating the public about the value of wildlife and working to end the cruel and unjust treatment of wild animals.

We collaborate with nonprofits, both local and national, to ensure we are all working together to offer the best outcomes, and welcome new opportunities to work with like-minded groups on wildlife protection campaigns.

Vision

We envision a New Hampshire where the culture is one of respect for all wildlife and a recognition that animals have just as much right to live freely on the land as we do.

What We Do

  • We are a voice to counter those who choose to mistreat wildlife for their own interests.
  • We educate the public about the ways wildlife is mistreated in New Hampshire, including cruel yet legal hunting practices.
  • We work to pass new wildlife protection laws and monitor legislation that could affect wildlife.
  • We monitor the activities of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, attend Commission meetings and public comment sessions, and participate in the rule making process.

Who We Are

Voices of Wildlife in New Hampshire (VOW) was incorporated under section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. We are governed by a board of directors, made up entirely of unpaid volunteers.

Contributions or gifts to VOW are not tax deductible. Your donation may be used for lobbying to pass laws to protect animals, as well as for political purposes, such as supporting or opposing candidates.

VOW educates the public about the cruelty of trapping
VOW awards Representative Ellen Read for her exemplary work on behalf of wildlife