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We're pleased to feature Rachel Curit, a passionate animal advocate and current VegFund intern. Rachel is interested in writing and social media and is putting her talents to work for the animals by authoring informative blog posts and helping us manage a vegan education campaign that reaches hundreds of thousands of people each week! We've been impressed by Rachel's creativity and are looking forward to continuing to work with her as we spread the vegan message of compassion. Be sure to check the VegFund blog often; Rachel has some great blog posts in the works!
VegFund is recruiting a major gifts officer (MGO) who will play an integral role in building the institution’s resource base and operations. The MGO will work with VegFund’s leadership team to implement fundraising strategies that increase the organization’s support from individuals, corporations, foundations and other sources, with a special emphasis on securing major gifts. The preferred candidate will also have broad knowledge of other development tactics, including online giving, marketing and special events, board management and planned giving.
VegFund is thrilled to be a sponsor of the 2014 FARM Animal Rights National Conference. The conference is taking place in Los Angeles, CA from July 10th-13th and is a great opportunity to meet other animal advocates, attend educational workshops, and hear from inspirational speakers. Be sure to drop by the VegFund booth. We can't wait to see old friends and make new connections with dedicated activists.
Have you come across men in your advocacy who think that going vegan or even cutting down on meat will make them less masculine? Cultural ideals of masculinity have a big impact on many of men's attitudes and behaviors regarding things like diet. Specifically, they tend to express a variety of rationalizations for eating meat that women don't often express, and thus they tend to eat meat more frequently. Fortunately, recent research suggests that there may be several ways we can maximize our chances of reaching these men.