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Sarai G.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 2

How can we be sure that Vegan Outreach is raising awareness and making progress? If leafleting is the most effective form of activism , where is the proof for the last 20 years? Gallup Poll shows less vegans and vegetarians while animal exploitation is on the rise. Animals being slaughtered now compared to when Vegan Outreach was founded has increased. So how is this progress for the Animal Rights Movement?

Evaluations: Vegan Outreach has relied too heavily on poor sources of evidence to determine the effectiveness of leafleting as compared to other interventions

https://news.gallup.com/poll/238328/snapshot-few-americans-vegetarian-vegan.aspx

Review from Guidestar

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

Dedicated people who leaflet colleges around the country. Making vegans of countless students. Great. Get them while they are young. Save more animals

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3 Jim M. L.

Donor

Rating: 1

Despite it's name Vegan Outreach spends a LOT of time bashing other vegans and insisting veganism is too hard and fanatical. They should change their name, because well meaning people are donating to an org that only encourages people to cut back, not cut out speciesism. The last thing animals need is yet another organization that is too scared to ask for what it really wants.

Review from Guidestar

3 Xio K.

Donor

Rating: 5

Vegan Outreach is #1 recommended by Effective Animal Activism, which only recommends charities that are stellar at:

1. Being the best change for your buck. That is to say, they do the most good for your dollar.
2. Being scientifically proven to be impactul
3. Having room for more funding.

If you donate your money to Vegan Outreach, you are making a huge difference to animal's lives

2

Donor

Rating: 5

This charity is top notch. VO self-evaluates and researches to make the biggest difference for animals they possibly can. This gotten them a deserved recommendation as a top charity on effectiveanimalactivism.org.

4 Michael189

Donor

Rating: 5

An excellent organization that's committed to helping animals in the most effective way possible.

2 Joey6

Donor

Rating: 5

Very effective charity is one of the top rated animal charities in the field.

2

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Donating to VO is independently judged as one of the best ways to stop animal suffering by effectiveanimalactivism.org

1

Donor

Rating: 5

This is a very effective non-profit that saves many lives through the impact of its work.

2 EverFar

Donor

Rating: 5

You know where your money goes with Vegan Outreach - straight to printing leaflets that are handed out to college students. VO provides information to those with open minds, about animal exploitation and vegan health. I've participated in Team Vegan for 3 years and raised a few thousand dollars. VO does not lobby the government or stage protests, so I feel comfortable asking my friends and family to donate. They are the real deal.

3 Elaine15

Donor

Rating: 5

I have donated to Vegan Outreach for many years now. They are run by a group of dedicated volunteers that hand out information about factory farming, the suffering farm animals endure, and the benefits of being vegan on college campuses. They have been super successful in educating people and helping them live compassionate lives. Once a person gets their information, they are more likely to help end animal suffering - what is better than that?!

2

Board Member

Rating: 5

Biggest bang for the buck. Ninety-nine percent of the animals killed in the United States each year are slaughtered for human consumption.

Vegan Outreach is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working to expose and end cruelty to animals through the widespread distribution of our illustrated booklets (click titles to view PDFs): Why Vegan?, Even If You Like Meat, and Compassionate Choices, along with our follow-up