VegFund empowers vegan advocates worldwide through grant funding and supporting effective outreach that inspires people to choose and maintain a vegan lifestyle.
Find an activity that inspires you! VegFund offers a wide variety of grants for vegan advocacy.
Food sampling, film screenings, street outreach, paid-per-view (PPV), conferences/educational events, vegfests and vegan fairs
Mentored campaigns and vegan challenges, humane education/school outreach, learning tools, other innovative outreach
Vegan challenges; informative videos; and other website, social media, digital marketing campaigns
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Mercy Vegan Pop Up Shop 2022 - Bethlehem, PA
12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. A family, kid, and dog-friendly grassroots vegan fest of food, art, local music, ...
Kiss A Cow Day! - Newfane, NY
11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Pucker up your lips! It's time to get ready to Kiss A Cow ...
Food for Life Nutrition Essentials: Plant-Based Eating on a Budget - Online
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Wednesday, March 30, at 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT Join us during this LIVE session! Leah and Mikki will talk about advocacy in 2022 and answer audience questions about making activists’ vegan advocacy projects come to life with grants from VegFund. Tune in and learn everything you need to know to submit a successful application. Read More
Wednesday, December 15, at 2:00 p.m. EST / 11:00 a.m. PST Learn what you need to know to submit a successful VegFund grant application. Join us during this LIVE session! Leah and Mikki will share some highlights from 2021, talk about advocacy in 2022, and answer questions you have about applying for a Community Event, Special Project, or Online Campaign grant. Read More
The Eat Drink Disrupt (EDD) Summit in Greenville, South Carolina, packs a lot of education and flavor into a single day! Everyone is welcome at this family-friendly gathering, which focuses on introducing BIPOC to the delicious health benefits of a plant-based/vegan lifestyle. Read More
Beth Love founded Eat for the Earth, a nonprofit organization that informs people of the detrimental environmental impacts of eating meat. The organization uses education, tools, partnerships, and support to make it easier for people to eat more plants, and fewer animal-based foods, to sustain all life on Earth. Read More
Out of curiosity, Brian Stafford collected data to gauge whether his co-workers were interested in learning about plant-based eating. Based on his results, he created Plant-Based Power Up, a program that shares resources such as recipes and peer-reviewed studies, as well as informational sessions with a Food For Life Instructor and curriculum from Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. Read More