Speaking out for Animals since 1987


VOICE for Animals is a 501(c)(3) all-volunteer, non-profit organization established in 1987, based in San Antonio, Texas, whose function is to inform the public about animal rights issues and advance the compassionate treatment of non-human animals. As the first and oldest animal rights organization in San Antonio, we are pleased to have sprouted other advocacy groups throughout the years.

Throughout our history, we have educated the public and public officials regarding a multitude of animal issues, including:

Charreada         Circuses       Rodeo     Veganism

Dog/Cat Stray Overpopulation      Zoos         SeaWorld

Canned hunts  Sport hunting   Animal Cruelty Investigation

Pigeon Shoots     Horse Carriages     Fur      Vivisection

 You can help make a difference by joining us and speaking out against all forms of animal cruelty.

Celebrate Earth Day Every Day

San Antonio has had the distinction of having a vegetarian Earth Day ever since we celebrated its 20th anniversary in 1990 in large part due to having VOICE as a key organizer. In subsequent years, VOICE took a less prominent role but organizers, invariably non-profit community-based organizations, understood the negative impact that animal agriculture has had on the environment. Most recently, the event has been taken over by SA Parks and Recreation. We hope they continue the common sense tradition of having Earth Day SA as a VEGETARIAN event.


Read this pdf brochure to learn more:

Fight Climate Change with Diet Change 

Join us for an evening with acclaimed vegan author,
William Tuttle, Ph.D.