About

Triangle Chance for All’s mission is to rescue farmed animals who end up in county shelters in the Triangle region of North Carolina to assure they do not go back into the for-profit agricultural system. We will endeavor to provide or secure them with permanent sanctuary while we work to end the exploitation of non-human animals by promoting a vegan lifestyle.

Board member Linda Nelson with Harumi and Mott.

Board member Linda Nelson with Harumi and Mott.

TCA believes that ALL non-human animals deserve to be treated with compassion and respect. Much of society and the legal system differentiate cats, dogs, and other “pets” from farmed animals, making it acceptable to exploit and kill the latter.

TCA, however, upholds the principles of ethical veganism and works to ensure that cows, pigs, sheep, goats, chickens, turkeys, and other farmed animals who make it out of the farming system–who manage to jump off the assembly line–can find a home where they will never be used for food, fiber, breeding, or other purposes.

To accomplish this goal, TCA seeks to rescue farmed animals from shelters, animal control services, and other sources (including owner surrenders on a case-by-case basis) in the Triangle area of North Carolina, in the counties of Orange, Durham, and Wake, along with Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Franklin, Granville, Harnett, Johnston, Nash, and Person, and all cities therein. TCA will provide all animals it rescues with permanent sanctuary and ongoing care.

In addition, TCA provides education and resources for vegan living to help humans end their personal exploitation of animals and to help create a compassionate world in which exploiting animals is seen as abhorrent, not normal.

Triangle Chance for All has is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the Internal Revenue Service.  Consult  your tax professional to see if your contribution is deductible for federal income tax purposes.