VegFund provides grants to vegan activists to support their outreach efforts. We fund events worldwide that inspire people to choose and maintain a vegan lifestyle.Learn More Help Expand Our Work
In 2015, WITH YOUR HELP, VegFund empowered vegan activists across the globe in their mission to create a more compassionate world by funding more than 500 grants that included:
• tastings of 147,400 delicious vegan food samples
• distribution of 231,137 informational vegan leaflets
• hosting screenings of powerful videos and documentaries to 22,145 viewers
• online advertising campaigns
• and more!
Reaching hundreds of thousands of people online and at community events worldwide.
Your gift will help activists do even more in 2016!
Hey local activists - VegFund needs your help to share our message at several upcoming conferences and events in your area!
Volunteer your time to help encourage fellow vegan activists to apply for VegFund support.
In return you'll get a free pass to the event and we'll also treat you to a vegan meal in your area!
Fill out a quick volunteer form to register your interest.
Green Festival LA - Los Angeles, CA - September 17-18, 2016
SXSW Eco - Austin, TX - October 10-13, 2016
Net Impact - Philadelphia, PA - November 3-5, 2016
Green Festival SF - San Francisco, CA - November 11-13
Green Festival Portland - Portland, OR - December 9-11 2016
Green Festival DC - Washington, DC - May 12-14 2016
What is the most effective method of encouraging people to give up or reduce their consumption of animal products?
According to a recent study, it's documentaries! Check out the graph on our blog.
If you would like our help to host your own screening, be sure to check out our guidelines.
VegFund is supporting the distribution of an important new documentary Unlocking the Cage.
Unlocking the Cage. This film follows animal rights lawyer, Steven Wise, in his groundbreaking legal case on the behalf of four captive chimpanzees in the state of New York. His quest challenges the legal barriers that separate animals from humans.
Read the New York Times review.