I would urge them to contact me to have a conversation about the specific ways we would use funding in support of local efforts. Contact and donation info are on the OPIS website: http://www.preventsuffering.org/
A note on OPIS—might I suggest finding a way to separate your work on animal suffering from that on human suffering—at least for potential funders? Of course I can understand that you see work on both as important but there will be potential donors/supporters (myself included) who would be very inclined to support your advocacy work on easing provision of opioids for humans but who don’t see the relief of animal suffering as a priority and who would not wish their support for one to be used for the other.
Apologies for replying only now. We are happy to dedicate funds to a specific cause area when requested, such as advocacy for pain relief, which in any case represents much of our current focus. Even more general advocacy to promote the ethic of non-suffering in policy-making and decision-making invariably puts much of the emphasis on human suffering and pain relief.