|Enewsletter • December 30, 2009|
is my end-of-year donation. I
really appreciate what you guys do: your reasonable,
straightforward, non-fanatical approach. I agree
it’s the best way to engage open minds.
Thanks for being out there. Thanks for making
a difference. There is no worthier cause, nor
one dearer to my heart.
Together, We’ve Accomplished So Much!
There are only hours left to make a special end-of-year donation to Vegan Outreach!
Every day, the majority of focused, grassroots efforts to have maximum impact for the animals are fueled in some way by VO: either our members leafleting, or other groups using our detailed, documented booklets.
Every day, these person-to-person efforts lead directly to more people going vegetarian, creating real, fundamental change!
These advances – the steps necessary to bring about the world we all desire – are the result of the efforts of thousands of dedicated individuals across the continent. To honor and thank everyone for their efforts, we’ve put together a brief slideshow highlighting just some of what we’ve accomplished together during the past year:
Together, we can continue to take concrete action and make meaningful progress.
Please invest in maximum impact via growing vegetarianism – please make a secure, tax-deductible donation online at veganoutreach.org/about/donate.html, or send a check or money order to:
Vegan Outreach | POB 30865 | Tucson, AZ 85751
We will continue to make sure your donation effectively promotes vegetarianism!
–Anne, Jack, Jon, & Matt
P.S. We know times are tough for everyone, but these efforts can only continue with your support.
If you want your money to go to focused, effective activism dedicated to the biggest bang for the buck, please make a special contribution today.
Thanks so much!
pleased to be part of such a great
organization. Year after year, it’s been
one of our great joys to know we help you do
so much for the animals. Looking forward to
day leafleting with Brandon (Becker)
at NC A&T. One woman said, “This booklet
will probably cause me to make changes in what
I eat.” A few minutes later, she said,
“There is nobody raising awareness about
these issues on our campus. Thank you for coming
here to pass out this information.” Then
two people walked past me talking about vegetarianism.
They had booklets they had received from Brandon.
Immediately behind this couple were two more
also talking about vegetarianism. The young
woman said hi to me and then we began a conversation
that lasted several minutes. After I gave them
both a Guide, the woman said she would
look over the information and would make some
changes. The young man that was with her said
that he thought he would do the same.