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get loud. go humane.


humanity united

Let’s put an end to the one billion animals including dogs and cats that are abused and killed every year for their skins, fur, feathers and hide. Our industries are uniting and making an impact to save animals and humanity.

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What We Do


We bring awareness to Cruelty Free alternatives by offering product licensing and an online certification course, both of which include trademarked badges.

Which option is right for you?

What We Do


We bring awareness to Cruelty Free alternatives by offering product licensing and an online certification course, both of which include trademarked badges.

Which option is right for you?

Option 1: Certification Course

Option 1: The Certification Course

The Certified Cruelty Free Certification Course is geared towards architects, designers, manufacturers and students seeking to gain knowledge and awareness in cruelty free (vegan) design. Completing the course will not only provide knowledge in cruelty free design, but will also strengthen professional credibility and distinction. Participants will gain knowledge in:

 
  • Skin alternatives
     
  • Fur alternatives
  • Cutting-edge technology
     
  • Exclusive research & interviews
  • Leather alternatives
     
  • Consumer trends
 
Option 2: Product Licensing

Option 2: PRODUCT LICENSING

The "Certified Cruelty Free Approved Logo" is a trademarked badge that connects customers to businesses and corporations that have made the ethical decision to highlight any or all of their existing products that are not made or derived from any living creatures.

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Business Growth


Grow your business and reach the 180 million ethical consumers by displaying the Certified Cruelty Free badge.

Read Consumer Statistics

Business Growth


Grow your business and reach the 180 million ethical consumers by displaying the Certified Cruelty Free badge.

Read Consumer Statistics

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We are proud to offer products that support the cruelty free mission, and help the Certified Cruelty Free team educate the design industry on the growing need for socially conscious sourcing options.
— Cary Kravet, President of Kravet Inc.
We realized that the market of ethical consumers was growing at an extremely rapid rate and we could no longer ignore it. The best way to translate our moral decision was through Certified Cruelty Free.
— Claudia Morillo, Owner of CaciqueBoutique.com
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The Forum


Share ideas, questions and seek advice from other members throughout the world. Our Certified Cruelty Free experts will respond right away.  

Join The Conversation

The Forum


Share ideas, questions and seek advice from other members throughout the world. Our Certified Cruelty Free experts will respond right away.  

Join The Conversation

The Movement

You become part of a powerful community of like-minded individuals & small and large businesses who share the common goal of saving the lives of animals while elevating their business to meet the needs of the increasing number of ethical consumers.

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Lead The pack


It's not only a moral obligation, but key to your company's growth - now and for the future.

Lead The pack


It's not only a moral obligation, but key to your company's growth - now and for the future.

every year, millions of animals are killed for the skin INDUSTRY.

The Tragic Life Of A Dog Skinned For Leather In China

Most of the world’s leather comes from China, where it is a common practice to abuse and kill dogs for their skins. Products made from dog leather are exported throughout the world to be sold to unsuspecting customers. So if you buy leather, there's no easy way to tell whose skin you're really in.

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Did You Know?


Animals on fur farms spend their entire lives confined to cramped, filthy wire cages. Fur farmers use the cheapest and cruelest killing methods available, including suffocation, electrocution, gas, and poison.

Did You Know?


Animals on fur farms spend their entire lives confined to cramped, filthy wire cages. Fur farmers use the cheapest and cruelest killing methods available, including suffocation, electrocution, gas, and poison.

Animals Killed For Fur (%)

The globalization of the fur trade has made it impossible to know where fur products come from. Skins move through international auction houses and are purchased and distributed to manufacturers around the world, and finished goods are often exported. Even if a fur product’s label says that it was made in a fur-regulated country, the animals were likely raised and slaughtered elsewhere—possibly on a Chinese fur farm, where it is common to trade dog and cat fur.
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cru·el·ty-free

adjective: Products or services that do not originate from any living creature. They are not a byproduct of any animal. The goods are not tested on animals. 

Please note: Licensing a product and taking the certification course does not mean that you or your company must now transition to be 100% cruelty free. It signifies only that you are providing cruelty free options in addition to your existing services and/or expertise.