20 Years of Helping Animals

PETA UK is 20!

Since we were founded in 1994, PETA UK has never stopped fighting for animals on every front, calling out cruelty wherever we find it.

Whether spreading the vegan message, taking on the barbaric fur industry or campaigning for an end to animal testing, we've achieved some major victories in the past two decades – all with the help of our wonderful supporters, of course!

Check out our anniversary video for some highlights:


To celebrate and to say thank you to everyone who's helped us come so far, over the next 20 weeks, we will be giving away 20 fabulous prizes – ranging from signed celebrity swag to high-end designer goods!

Check back here each week to see what's up for grabs.

 

20 Prizes for 20 Years – Week 12

Win a Pair of Boxing Gloves Signed by Welsh Boxer and Former World Champion Nathan Cleverly!

 

Gloves1.JPGEarlier this year, Nathan Cleverly stood up to cruelty to animals by posing in an ad for PETA. In the anti-fur ad, the light heavyweight shows off his impressive ink as well as his big heart. He explained: "As a boxer, I face my fears whenever I step into the ring, but I still can't imagine the fear an animal experiences as they're beaten and skinned alive for their fur."

To help celebrate PETA UK's 20th anniversary, Nathan has donated a signed pair of gloves.

For your chance to win the pictured signed boxing gloves, just fill out the form below. The competition closes at 9 am on 22 September 2014, and one winner will be chosen at random from all entrants and notified by 24September. The prize will be posted to the lucky winner shortly afterwards.
Open to UK residents only. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law.

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