is now in its fourth printing, with nearly 20,000 copies reaching the public, opening minds and hearts to the plight of homeless animals.
We have donated thousands of copies of One at a Time to public and college libraries, and shelters in regions of the country where the homeless animal problem is most severe. We offer deep discounts to shelters, rescue, and educational organizations to make this resource affordable - hundreds of such groups across the country use it in their educational and outreach programs. We also offer a speical Giving Package for individuals who wish to educate their friends, families, and communities.
One at a Time has been the subject of countless book reviews and media stories, further educating the general public about this nation's homeless animal tragedy and what everyone can do to help end it.
Released in June, 2007, No Voice Unheard’s second publication, , by acclaimed environmental author Derrick Jenson and photographer Karen Tweedy-Holmes, is another beautiful, creative voice on behalf of animals – in this case, those captive in zoos. Combining elegant, stunning photos with a deep and probing essay, this book presents a critical look at these institutions, the individual animals who live in them, and, of ourselves.
No Voice Unheard's current book project, titled continues our commitment of advocacy for those who cannot speak for themselves; this time focusing on animals raised for their meat, eggs and milk. This book uses compelling stories and powerful photographs to introduce readers to individual animals rescued from the horrors of modern animal agriculture. Putting real faces on incomprehensible statistics, these animals act as ambassadors for all farmed animals, promoting compassion and empathy and reinforcing the simple truth that all animals deserve to live lives free of pain and fear.
No Voice Unheard also assists with production of benefit concerts & events throughout the country, including on-tour fundraising with Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, and Crosby, Stills and Nash. These events support the work of other non-profit environmental, wildlife, social justice, and anti-nuclear organizations.