PETA is an animal rights organization with over 3 million members and supporters worldwide. To help spread their message those interested can often receive free stuff from PETA. If you care strongly about the treatment of animals take a look at the list of what is currently being offered by PETA free of charge.
List of Currently Available Free Stuff from PETA
Request a free “Betta Fish Deserve Better” sticker from PETA. Copy and paste the following link into a new web browser to access the form. https://www.peta.org/students/free-campaign-materials/limited-edition-betta-fish-deserve-better-stickers/#element0
Request a free “Help Sheep” sticker from PETA. Copy and paste the following link into a new web browser to access the form. https://www.peta.org/students/free-campaign-materials/free-stickers-to-help-sheep/#PETAGetFREEStickerstoHelpSheep
Free egg carton cards from PETA to help spread awareness about some of the misinformation surrounding eggs. These cards contain facts about the egg and chicken industries. Offer page.
Free animal rights stickers https://www.peta.org/action/activism-guide/free-animal-stickers/
Get free PETA stickers. Print out their activity sheets for kids, when you’ve finished coloring your free activity sheet, ask your parents to snap a picture of it. Then ask them to send the picture,* along with your mailing address, to PETAKids@peta.org so that you can get free stickers! Offer page.
Kids, receive your free Kids’ Guide to Helping Animals magazine. Heads up: They can send their free magazine only to addresses in the U.S. and Canada. Link
Request a free “Go Vegan” sticker from PETA. Offer page.
Take PETA’s Cruelty-Free Shopping Guide along with you next time you head to the store! Our handy guide will help you find humane products at a glance. Link
E-mail your full name and mailing address to PETAKids@peta.org to have a copy of their fun activity book sent to your home!
Copy and paste this link into a new web browser for a free guide to going vegan kit. http://www.peta2.com/actions/free-not-ours-peta2-stickers-leaflets/#sthash.1ESvjeSH.dpuf
If you are a teacher or a member of school staff and would like to bring awareness to this cause sign up for a free “Change for Chained Dogs” action pack by mail. These packs are made specifically for teachers to use in a classroom setting. Link
Learn how you can help fish with these free Save a Fish stickers. The stickers are offered by PETA Kids. Copy and paste the link to access the freebie form. http://www.petakids.com/a-fishs-life.asp