We Say Nup To The Cup.

Who speaks for the horses?

The Melbourne Cup is fast becoming a day of reflection for many Australians.
And many are concluding it’s time to say “Nup To The Cup”.
It's time for us to become “The Nation That Stops The Race.”

Where do you stand?

If you're ready to play your part in ending animal abuse, we invite you to consider joining Cruelty Free Super.
We are Australia’s first superannuation fund that screens out companies that profit from the use or exploitation of animals. We’d love you to join us.

Get informed about abuse in horse racing

Horses who have died from the Melbourne Cup

2020: Anthony Van Dyck
2019: Rostropovich
2018: The Cliffsofmoher
2016: Regal Monarch
2015: Red Cadeaux
2014: Admire Rakti
2013: Verema

What makes Cruelty Free Super different from other ethical funds?

Most ethical funds screen out investments that harm the planet and people. Cruelty Free Super has three ethical investment screens.
Cruelty Free Super does not invest in:
  • Companies that harm the planet (e.g. fossil fuels, nuclear energy, pollution, environmental destruction )
  • Companies that harm people (e.g. slave labour, detention centres)
  • Companies that harm and exploit animals (e.g. cosmetic testing, factory farming, animals in sport and entertainment)
Cruelty Free Super - we are about the Planet, People & Animals.

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