National Council for Animal Protection
The National Council for Animal Protection (NCAP), which was founded in 1985, works to help its many member organizations achieve their individual and collective goals to improve the treatment and status of all animals.
To this end, the NCAP leads the following activities:
Initiating public opinion research, analyzing the current status of the animal advocacy movement, and strategizing best methods to advance the movement in order to assist members in understanding and communicating with the public.
Recognizing outstanding advocates with the Grassroots Leadership Award.
Facilitating respect, cooperation, and communication, as well as enhancing professional skills among member organization at the Summit for the Animals, a meeting for the leaders of the animal protection movement.
Find out more about what we do and the benefits of membership.
To apply for membership, please fill out and send in our membership application form.
Please feel free to contact us if you would like any additional information about our organization.