Our FREE Programs
Third Grade Humane Curriculum
A collection of humane lesson plans, worksheets, assessments, and resources that will be available for teachers and third-grade classrooms in the state of Texas.
Junior Advocate Program
Our Junior Advocacy Program gives kids the opportunity to apply their passion and love for animals to affect change in a variety of ways. Junior Advocates gain a well-rounded knowledge of animal welfare issues in the state of Texas, through exciting activities like meeting legislators and representatives and helping to raise awareness about animal welfare-related issues statewide.
A thoughtful collection of humane books, movies, and games to help children at all ages learn and apply the aspects of humane education in their everyday lives.
Humane Library Project
This initiative helps to deliver incredibly important humane education resources to schools in communities that need access to them the most.
We have several critter camps to teach young children about a variety of topics, starting with the fundamentals of pet care basics and animal body language, to more advanced topics like how a bill becomes a law through hands-on activities and experiences.
Continued Humane Education Programs
- Advanced Trainings & Webinars
- Animal Cruelty Handbook
- Local Chapters and Advocacy Groups
- Online Resources
What’s the Difference?
(Donations are NOT tax-deductible)
Created in 1975
Our mission is to promote the humane treatment of animals through legislation and advocacy at the Texas State Capitol.
Texas Humane Network
The Texas Humane Network is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, as designated by the Internal Revenue Service with a Federal Tax-Exempt ID #83-0565483
(Donations ARE tax deductible)