Animals can't fight for their own rights, so we have to do it for them. We are in a critical moment in which we have to ask ourselves which is the best plan of action to follow. Meanwhile, there are non-profit organizations like PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), that offer fight systems—more or less active—like this one. PETA Points is a tool especially oriented to young people of 13 to 21 years old that would like to start defending animal rights. Besides, they receive prizes for it. Here's how.
PETA Points is an application designed to reward young people of 13 to 21 years old that take measures for animal rights.
Participate in the fight for animal rights
This application is basically a collection of news on the mistreatment and abuse of animals that may seem a bit unpleasant. The goal of each of the users is to read the information and decide if they wish to intervene or not. Depending on the action that the person has to carry out, the reward will be greater or smaller. Most of these interventions consist of sending emails or taking photos following the instructions of the app, so they aren't that complicated. They apparently aren't, at least.
Download the application. Do something for the animals. Win free stuff!
Once you have fulfilled your mission and gathered points, you will be able to redeem them for physical prizes in the store. For example, you can get T-shirts, badges, stencils, stickers, bottles or eco-friendly beauty products, among many other cool things.
This is undoubtedly a very effective way of making young people aware of the need to fight for animal rights but rewarding behavior that should be unselfish and generous maybe isn't the most appropriate method to do it. In any case, with this app, you will also stay updated with the latest news on animals, new ways to help them, events near you and the most recent victories. They need you. Do it for them.