Animal Welfare org is your cruelty-free lifestyle website. We provide you with all the information you need to enable you and your family to stop animal cruelty by living a healthier lifestyle and helping the planet. We have a 'No upsetting images' policy. Cruelty-free is trending. Be part of the trend!
Choose Vegan provides advice on ways of living free of animal products for the benefit of people, animals and the planet.
Choose vegan is dedicated to raising awareness of the suffering and deaths of non-human animals as victims, speciesism and working towards the abolition of animal use through the promotion of veganism and awareness.
Creative and informative workshops for children and adults on social and environmental justice themes, with activities and crafts. Run by a vegan and part of Kent Vegan Festival.
The website also has links to articles I have written, and a map of Fairtrade towns.
We are a group of vegans who believe that being vegan is not enough; the animals need us to be proactive and campaign vigorously on their behalf to bring about change.
We turn words into actions and actions into victories, we will not stand by whilst our brothers and sisters, the nonhuman animals, are abused and exploited at every opportunity by humans.
We coordinate regular vegan outreach events as well as organize creative protests in and around London.
Will you join us, will you be part of the compassionate vegan action revolution.
Be Vegan, be proactive for compassion and be the change
Vegan Stickers is a Vegan owned and run small business. Selling animal and human rights outreach/awareness stickers, badges, bottle openers, mirrors and jewellery. Customised orders always welcome. Great value for large quantities of stickers.
50p from every order goes to support the work of NAWC who are a local vegan outreach group. 100% of their money goes on educational materials.
Veggies is volunteer-led, a community-based, social enterprise, promoting vegan catering and supporting campaigns for humans, other animals and the environment since 1984.
The Vegan Information Project (VIP) is a Dublin-based outreach project dedicated to public education initiatives based on an intersectional understanding of the entangled nature of modes of oppression and liberation.
We have introduced a ground-breaking gazebo stall events, “Vegan Information Days,” not least a second gazebo! Our stalls have featured in 2014 in three different locations in Dublin city centre, Westmoreland Street, Temple Bar Square, and the top of Grafton Street, and also in Rathmines and Dun Laoghaire.