Partner With Us

Sadly, unwanted former Easter rabbits are a problem for virtually all rabbit rescues, humane societies, and animal welfare organizations. The goal of the “Make Mine Chocolate!™” campaign is to address the problem at its source: reduce the number of uninformed, impulse purchases by changing the public's attitude towards rabbits.

Building off of the concept of strength in numbers, we believe that your organization, or you as an individual, can both benefit from the work that has already been done and contribute to broadening its effectiveness.

Our Partnership program is flexible, and there are several ways to participate. To be considered a Partner, please choose one or more of the options below:

  • The most basic level of partnership requires an exchange of web links with the “Make Mine Chocolate!™” logo and link displayed on your home page. In turn, we will post your logo and web link on our Partners page.
  • A second option for partnership is to help us spread our message. Under this option, you can download and distribute our informational materials that provide tips and ideas you can use in your local campaign. We also ask that you mention our campaign wherever appropriate - for example, in your newsletters or other publications, press releases, media interviews, etc.

We also ask that you keep us informed of your campaign efforts by sending us an e-mail describing your efforts. With your help, we can leverage our educational efforts, reaching every community in America. With each partner organization serving its community, we can change the way the public thinks about companion rabbits. And with the “Make Mine Chocolate!™” campaign, we can improve the lives of thousands of domestic rabbits nationwide.

To learn more about partnering with the “Make Mine Chocolate!™” campaign, please review our brochure, which can be found here. You will need the Adobe Acrobat reader, which is available at Adobe's website, to view it.

If you have additional questions or would like to partner with us, please contact Terri Cook.