Do you strive to make a difference in the world or know someone who does? Tell us about it! Get started now by filling out the form and sharing your story. Upon review, one lucky winner will be chosen and profiled in an upcoming issue of PETA's Animal Times with their inspirational story.

9/16/2010 5:09:06 PM

michele pollock for her 24/7 fostering of cats always with the goal of keeping them safe and comfortable no matter the cost to herself personally or financially

marta botch

1/29/2010 5:58:11 AM

manytears animal rescues just go on the web site these people deserve a meddle they work day night and even go round dog pounds taking dogs on death row

carolann mckevitt

1/14/2010 5:10:33 PM

I nominate Rescue Ink. Rescue Ink is comprised of a team of men who go out in the streets and rescue animals from being abused and neglected.

Chris Carrion

4/10/2009 4:32:15 AM

I would like to nominate Caroline Charland - The Bunny Bunch SPCR. I nominate her because it takes a lot to do what she does and someone very special who can run a rescue like the one she does.

Stacey Diaz

4/1/2009 6:20:47 PM

I nominate Emely Eix, because she has been a VegHead forever, and she is a very loving person!

Ashley Ward

4/1/2009 2:08:30 AM

The Cat Clinic, 391 Concession St, Hamilton, On L9A-1B8 For their new humane feral cat program for wild unsocialized cats. Thanks, Alley Cat Max

Erin Quick

1/19/2009 2:22:14 PM

Robbie Coy founder of the Sabbath Memorial Dog Rescue does things for animals you only read about. He is the real deal.

Priscilla-Simone Henry

11/11/2008 4:04:01 PM

Layne Powell is a 71 year old activist who knows no fear when it comes to helping animals.She has chained herself outside a fur store, jumped into a rode arena, shut down a fur store for a day. She is classy, soft spoken and an inspiration to all!

Joanne Chang

10/27/2008 10:24:10 PM

I nominate Elizabeth Forel. She has made a huge difference for the NYC carriage horses. She is featured in the documentary Blinders –the Truth Behind the Tradition. Reference her website at www.banhdc.org.

margaret halley

10/25/2008 8:08:13 PM

Ingrid E. Newkirk

Chris Janes

10/23/2008 5:46:19 PM

Heather Kelly does not use any products that are tested on animals and continually gives to orgazniztions as the North Shore Animal Shelter. She recently travelled to Mexico to assist homeless cats and dogs by feeding them food and providing care.

Heather Kelly

10/13/2008 9:52:24 PM

Jennifer Kupinse

Donnie Smith

10/13/2008 12:39:40 AM

I'm a 12 year old vegan who runs a radio show all about animal rights (Food For Thought, http://www.communityradio.co.nz/index.asp?pageID=2145842606)

Sam Tucker

10/12/2008 6:52:53 PM

I nominate Emely Eix. Emely is always doing what she can to tell people to help boycott things that hurt animals and is always encouraging people to become vegatarians. She's amaZing!!

Amber Padgett

10/12/2008 9:52:54 AM

Tom Hardiman,for his efforts to ban fox and stag hunting in Ireland throughout the years,protesting against animal cruelty under rain and wind.He's a true inspiration for people like me.http://www.banfoxandstaghuntingcrueltyireland.com/

Adrian Lopez

10/10/2008 9:53:07 AM

I nominate Julie Robertson. She was put on this earth to help animals. She started ARGUS ANIMAL FUND non profit and has spayed and neutered literally thousands of cats and dogs.

DC Cornelius

10/8/2008 11:56:55 PM

my husband, Adam,who stopped on the highway and rescued a tiny kitten from certain death. spent several hundred dollars at the er clinic,and brought her home to wrestle feathers and wrangle dustballs.

dani fleeman

10/8/2008 8:07:58 PM

I nominate Robby Coy from Sabbath Rescue. He puts all his dogs before himself. His selfless acts have saved many dogs from otherwise horrible situations.

Marlene Pendergast

10/8/2008 3:22:17 PM

Larisa N. Elder Franklin, TN

Ava Blankenship

10/8/2008 2:57:08 PM

Olga Betts, the founder of Vancouver Rabbit Rescue and Advocacy. She selflessly cares for hundreds of abandoned rabbits every year, using her own funds and the loving volunteers who help her to heal, socialize and adopt rabbits to forever homes.

Tricia Edmiston