British Humane Association

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British Humane Association
The grave of Louis Campbell-Johnston, Brompton Cemetery.JPG
The grave of Louis Campbell-Johnston, Brompton Cemetery
Formation 1920 (1920)
Founder Louis Campbell-Johnston
Type Charity
Purpose Relief of inhumane activities, relief of sickness or poverty and providing benefits to local communities
Headquarters 4 Charterhouse Mews
Location
  • Clerkenwell
Region
London
Official language
English
Director
Ben Campbell-Johnston

The British Humane Association is a British charitable association, established in 1920 by Louis Campbell-Johnston (1861-1929).[1] Its headquarters are based in 4 Charterhouse Mews in Clerkenwell, London and it has been directed by Ben Campbell-Johnston since May 1988. The association provides the British Humane Association Grant which is geared toward providing relief of inhumane activities, relief of sickness or poverty and providing benefits to local communities.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "British Humane Association". Charities Direct. Retrieved 8 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "British Humane Association Grant". Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service. Retrieved 8 June 2011.