July 27th, 2014

BaltimoreCitationKim Stallwood is an independent consultant who specialises in strategy, communications and fundraising for animal welfare and vegan/vegetarian organisations, charities, companies, governments and individuals. With dual British and US citizenship, he is available to work legally in the E.U. and the U.S.

In 2007 Kim was awarded by the City Council of Baltimore a Resolution in recognition of “Your Outstanding Leadership and Commitment to the Canton Community.” He lived in Canton, an inner city neighborhood of Baltimore from 1990 to 2007, and was the founding president of the Canton Community Association. He helped to lead the CCA campaign to build the first dog park in Baltimore.

Clients include the Citizens to End Animal Suffering and Exploitation, Compassion In World Farming, GREY2K USA Worldwide, League Against Cruel Sports, New England Anti-Vivisection Society, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Spay-Neuter Assistance Program, and Vegetarian Resource Group.

He is European Director of the Animals and Society Institute and Executive Director of Minding Animals International.

Ask Kim about engaging him as an independent consultant.

Services offered:

  • Strategy: identity, development, implementation, networking, lobbying.
  • Communications: writing, editing, publishing, research, websites, speaking, teaching.
  • Fundraising: narrative, integration, identity.



  • Modernized British Union for the Abolition of Vivisection from a dormant to a pioneering organization (1978-1986)
  • Transformed People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals into an innovative and dynamic group (1987-1992)
  • Developed The Animals’ Platform, the action plan for U.S. animal welfare legislation, in 2004
  • Co-founded the Animals and Society Institute, the first animal welfare think tank, in 2005
  • Co-produced with ASI and the Culture and Animals Foundation led by Prof. Tom Regan the Annual International Compassionate Living Festival (2004 to 2008)

Can’t see the spaying and neutering clinic for the empty dog and cat bowls that need to be filled? Do you postpone long-term plans because of today’s crisis? Engage me to help you distinguish between what’s urgent and what’s important and then sort them into a coherent plan of action.


  • Published The Animals’ Agenda, the internationally respected magazine (1993-2002)
  • Edited two anthologies of articles from The Animals’ Agenda published by Lantern Books
  • Wrote and taught classes in animal welfare at a community college and online (2003-2005)
  • Created a new Web site for the Animals and Society Institute in 2008
  • Wrote chapters on the history and strategy of the animal welfare movement for publication in text books

Craft your message. Stay on message. Easier said then done. But my 35 plus years of personal commitment and professional experience in international animal welfare means I know how it’s done. Let me show you how. We will work together to develop and implement a focussed and effective communications strategy.


  • Developed fundraising narratives for organizations and their donors
  • Created and implemented house appeals and major donor mail campaigns
  • Personally solicited significant financial contributions from individuals, organizations and foundations
  • Negotiated the sale of The Animals’ Agenda library to the Tom Regan Animal Rights Archive at North Carolina State University in 2003

Experience taught me that fundraising is all about building relationships. My expertise is in writing ‘narratives’ between you and your supporters. From general members to major donors and from direct mail to personal solicitation, I will help you improve your ability to raise funds for your organization.

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