Animal Charity Evaluators

Every year, ACE publishes a list of "top charities", singled out as "top giving opportunities and as ideal examples of effective advocacy." In addition, they highlight a number of "standout charities", which "conduct strong work on behalf of animals" but which for various reasons do not attain the status of a top charity. As of MayJune 2022, ACE's top charities are Faunalytics, The Humane League, and Wild Animal Initiative.

Funding

As of June 2022, ACE has received over $1.8 million in funding from Open Philanthropy,[2] and over $550,000 from Effective Altruism Funds.[3][4][5]

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    Perez, Dee (2015) 2015 internal evaluation, Animal Charity Evaluators, July.

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    Open Philanthropy (2022) Grants database: Animal Charity Evaluators, Open Philanthropy.

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    Animal Welfare Fund (2017) April 2017: Animal Welfare Fund grants, Effective Altruism Funds, April.

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    Animal Welfare Fund (2018) June 2018: Animal Welfare Fund grants, Effective Altruism Funds, June.

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    Animal Welfare Fund (2020) March 2020: Animal Welfare Fund grants, Effective Altruism Funds, March.

Every year, ACE publishes a list of "top charities", singled out as "top giving opportunities and as ideal examples of effective advocacy." In addition, they highlight a number of "standout charities", which "conduct strong work on behalf of animals" but which for various reasons do not attain the status of a top charity. As of MarchMay 2022, ACE's top charities are Faunalytics, The Humane League, and Wild Animal Initiative.

Every year, ACE publishes a list of "top charities", singled out as "top giving opportunities and as ideal examples of effective advocacy." In addition, they highlight a number of "standout charities", which "conduct strong work on behalf of animals" but which for various reasons do not attain the status of a top charity. As of November 2021,March 2022, ACE's top charities are Faunalytics, The Humane League, and Wild Animal Initiative.

Righetti, Luca & Fin Moorhouse (2020) Leah Edgerton and Manja Gärtner on Animal Charity Evaluation, Hear This Idea, December 15.

ACE was founded in 2012, under the name of Effective Animal Activism, as a branch of 80,000 Hours. It adopted its current name and became an independent organization in 2013 (Perez 2015).2013.[1] 

BibliographyFurther reading

Perez, Dee (2015) 2015 internal evaluation, Animal Charity Evaluators, July.

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    Perez, Dee (2015) 2015 internal evaluation, Animal Charity Evaluators, July.

Every year, ACE publishes a periodic list of "top charities", singled out as "top giving opportunities and as ideal examples of effective advocacy." In addition, they highlight a number of "standout charities", which "conduct strong work on behalf of animals" but which for various reasons do not attain the status of a top charity. As of FebruaryNovember 2021, ACE's "top charities" list features four organizations:top charities are Albert Schweitzer Foundation, Good Food InstituteFaunalytics, The Humane League, and Wild Animal Initiative.