Humanimal Trust

Help Make Animal Testing Obsolete

Humanimal Trust drives collaboration between human and veterinary medicine so all humans and animals benefit from equal and sustainable medical progress. We believe in learning by sharing knowledge and from treating naturally occurring disease rather than testing on animals. This is One Medicine.

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It ran from 12:00 PM, 30 November 2021 to 12:00 PM, 7 December 2021

Registered Charity in England and Wales (1156927)

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  • AnimalsAnimals
  • Health/WellbeingHealth/Wellbeing
  • Medical ResearchMedical Research


  • General Public/HumankindGeneral Public/Humankind
  • OtherOther


United Kingdom


Vets and doctors around the world focus on the needs of their individual patients, treating those suffering from naturally occurring disease every day, yet there is no formal platform to collate the learning from those treatments across species. By creating the platform and providing opportunities for collaboration where similarities exist between humans and animals, we can save time, save money and save lives - and in so doing, help make animal testing obsolete.


We drive collaboration between human and veterinary medicine for the benefit of all species; to give back to animals all that they give to us. We create opportunities, bringing medical, veterinary and research/allied health professionals together through our Humanimal Hub online platform, we fund One Medicine research, and drive awareness and understanding of One Medicine through events and activities. This campaign will support us in expanding that work to support further collaboration.

  • It really is so important to ensure fairness in medical progress, and as the science makes it possible, we need to invest more in alternatives to animal testing. It is our ethical duty.

    — Christine Aylward

  • Working in silos makes so little sense when any of us who live or work with animals can see there are so many similarities between humans and other species. There is so much we can learn through collaboration and the sharing of knowledge between human and veterinary medicine.

    — Ann McManus