- Vegan Event Grant $1000
- Vegan Policy Grant $1000
- Oxbow Animal Rescue Grant
- TreeLine Vegan Cheese Giveaway - Does your organization have a fundraiser coming up in the next few months? Treeline Cheese, a leading vegan cheese brand, has made a generous offer to help animal-friendly organizations create delicious cruelty-free offerings for their fundraisers. All you have to do is apply for a "vegan cheese grant" with some basic information about where you are, how many people are attending, and why you want to veganize your fundraiser. If you and your event qualify, Treeline will provide you with free cashew-based cheese for your event. Treeline will also give you ideas to create your own vegan charcuterie! If you're interested, please apply by emailing .
- Urge Congress to Curb Large Factory Farms in 2023 Farm Bill
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Awareness: Animal Ag & Sanctuaries
There is nothing humane about farming animals for food. Whether it’s a factory farm or “family” farm, the violence inflicted on animals is unconscionable.
The lucky few who escape or can be rescued need sanctuary. But because they are trapped by the billions in this system, sanctuaries cannot rescue them all. So what can you do?
Any step toward reducing or eliminating animals and their byproducts from your diet spares lives. When demand for animals dwindles, so will the number exploited and killed.
Get started here: https://veganuary.com/en-us/try-vegan/
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Awareness: Wool Industry
Curly love his scratches as he waits for his next haircut.
Curly is like many sheep bred for wool. Humans have intentionally bred sheep to grow more wool than is natural to make a bigger profit on their fiber. But these genetic modifications mean sheep cannot appropriately regulate their body temperature and need to be sheared every year.
Wool is far from harmless. Beyond mutilations and injuries caused by the industry shearing with brutal efficiency, when animals outlive their use for fiber, they're slaughtered for meat.
If you love Curly and his antics as much as we do, opt for plant-based or synthetic fibers in your clothes and plant foods instead of lamb at your meals.
PC: Accredited Black Dawg Farm and Sanctuary
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