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VegFund empowers vegan activists worldwide by funding and supporting outreach activities that inspire people to choose and maintain a vegan lifestyle.
In 2010, approximately 295,000 vegan food samples (along with educational literature) were distributed; 5,000 individuals were exposed to the realities of factory farming via our Pay-Per-View program; and as a result of online campaigns, there were over 6 million views of Farm to Fridge (a video which shows people the truth about factory farming).
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VegFund empowers vegan activists worldwide by funding and supporting effective outreach activities that inspire people to choose and maintain a vegan lifestyle. Since 2009, VegFund grants have enabled activists to: 1. Organize thousands of vegan outreach projects in dozens of countries 2. Distribute hundreds of thousands of vegan food samples and brochures 3. Show tens of millions of online viewers the benefits of veganism. Learn about our grant programs here: http://www.vegfund.org/programs-overview.html
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VegFund is a unique and essential resource for hundreds of grassroots activists, groups and organizations who work to end cruelty to farmed animals. The vegan movement has been on a rise in the past decade however most groups still operate on shoe-string budgets and with limited access to professional expertise (marketing, legal, technology etc.). VegFund provides much-needed financial grants for outreach projects but it also provides free consulting allowing others to be much more effective in their outreach. In just over two years of its existence, and only made of a small, mostly volunteer-based team, VegFund has helped pioneer many groundbreaking vegan outreach projects worldwide.
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