3 Vegan Organizations That Make a Difference

As a follow-up to my last post, I thought I would give you more information on organizations that are vegan-specific. The following vegan organization are making a huge difference in everyone’s awareness of the issues and what they can do to make a positive difference:

Vegan Action
They are dedicated to helping animals, the environment, and human health by educating the public about the benefits of a vegan lifestyle and encouraging the spread of vegan food options through their public outreach campaigns.

Over the past 10 years they have introduced a logo to certify vegan products with the Vegan Certification Campaign, began a campaign to introduce humane organizations to veganism with the Humane Outreach Campaign, brought vegan food into schools nationwide with the Dorm Food Campaign, and shared the compelling ideas behind veganism with thousands of people through the McVegan Campaign.

Vegan Outreach
They are working to expose and end cruelty to animals through the widespread distribution of their illustrated booklets Why Vegan?, Even If You Like Meat, and Compassionate Choices, along with their follow-up Guide to Cruelty-Free Eating.

As a Vegan Outreach activist, anyone, anywhere, in any situation can be the best possible spokesperson for the animals. Their booklets have been distributed by many individuals and organizations, from middle school students to animal advocacy organizations.

The Vegan Society
They are an educational charity that provides information and guidance on various aspects of veganism, including to new and potential vegans, caterers, health care professionals, educators and the media.

They aim to make veganism an easily adopted and widely recognized approach to reducing animal and human suffering and environmental damage by means of meaningful, peaceful and factual dialogue with individuals and organizations.

Are you an proactive vegan? I would love to hear your comments on the blog, on Facebook or on Twitter.

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