January 17, 2012
VegFund is a three year old organization that gives grants to animal advocates around the world so they can continue their vital work. VegFund represented one of the positive things that came out of the tragic Michael Vick affair. I wrote a letter to the editor of my small hometown newspaper about how awful farm animals were treated but no one seemed to care about them. The letter attracted the attention of a foundation director in another part of the country who was also concerned about the suffering of farm animals. The first donation was for $500 with a mandate to tell as many people as possible about how a vegetarian or vegan diet will help stop animals suffering just like Michael Vick's dogs. Now VegFund is operating in the US and 25 other countries giving samples of vegan food away and educating the public about the horrors of factory farms. VegFund shows people how they can help by changing their diet. I am proud to be a volunteer with this compassionate and incredible organization.
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