We are proud to have partnered with these amazing socially-just, environmentally-conscious, and/or vegan not-for-profit organizations through our GiveBack8 program. 8% of every project we work on is directly donated, in your name, to the organization of your choice.
Remedy Food Project (part of the Alliance to Repair the American Diet, a 501(c)(3) public charity), exists to support those who are struggling to gain control of their health. We offer innovative 21-day programs, live events and prepared meals. Remedy Food Project also hosts live events featuring some of the top names in plant-based nutrition.
Our Hen House produces resources that you can use in order to find your own way to create change for animals. Using video, audio, interviews, reviews, and the written word, it provides daily updates on what you need to create change. Changemakers come in all shapes and sizes – artists, grassroots activists, academics, lawyers, students, business moguls, media darlings, etc. No matter what your niche is, Our Hen House aims to give you what you need to be part of a new world for animals. You can now watch Our Hen House on TV (and streaming) thanks to Brooklyn Independent Media.
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Food is power. An important and large part of Food Empowerment Project’s work is on the lack of access to healthy foods in communities of color and low-income communities (commonly referred to as food deserts). This form of injustice is complicated and has many moving parts. The work of Food Empowerment Project includes surveying for food availability and conducting focus groups with community organizations in the impacted areas. They also work with public officials to assist with efforts, inform on findings and encourage policy changes. Food choices can change the world.
NYCHSF is a New York 501(c)(3) that introduces plant-based foods and nutrition education in pubilc K-12 schools to educate the whole school community. NYCHSF began in 2004 by writing and getting passed unanimously a New York State Legislative Resolution - Assembly and Senate - which asked schools to offer plant-based entrees as a healthy option, provide nutrition education that includes information on multi-cultural and plant-based eating patterns, promote farm to school programs, and more.
NUTRITIONFACTS.ORG is brought to you by the Jesse & Julie Rasch Foundation in partnership with Michael Greger, M.D. Dr. Greger scours the world of nutrition-related research, as published in scientific journals, and brings that information to you in short, easy to understand video segments. They also provide links to the original journal articles whenever possible so that you can source the information directly, if you so desire.
Catskill Animal Sanctuary’s mission is to rescue and rehabilitate farm animals and horses, to advocate for the abolition of institutionalized cruelty to animals through education, and to help people adopt a cruelty-free lifestyle. The sanctuary is a 110-acre haven for horses and farm animals rescued from cruelty and neglect. In addition to emergency rescue, CAS provides innovative programs that educate the public about the sentience of farm animals, and the devastating impacts of agribusiness and institutionalized cruelty on animals, people, and the planet.
Your donation can help Dr. Amie Breeze Harper reach her goal of establishing a 501(c)(3) as well as help create yearly Sistah Vegan Healing Conference/Retreat for females of color and allies, investigate and report how USA plant-based dietary philosophies and animal compassion are impacted by racial/ethnic experience, provide webinars and workshops that teach about plant-based dietary philosophies with special emphasis on cultural, racial, and ethnic identity in the USA. You can learn more about the fund raising efforts at this GoFundMe link (contributions are not tax deductible).
In 1999, the SPCA Board of Directors resolved to become a "no-kill" shelter, a vision fully realized by the end of 2001. In the spring of 2004, the SPCA opened the Dorothy and Roy H. Park Pet Adoption Center, a sheltering facility that provides dogs, cats and other companion animals with comfortable, healthy, home-like settings. Registered as the nation's first "green" animal shelter (U.S. Green Building Council) for its environmentally minded and sustainable design, the facility is "good for people, good for animals, and good for the planet." Tompkins County is home to the city of Ithaca, NY.
A Well-Fed World is about promoting the benefits of sustainable, plant-based solutions in response to global food security, health, hunger, and environmental concerns. And encouraging think tanks, social justice leaders, and government decision-makers to promote the benefits and accessibility of plant-based foods in their policies and recommendations, while providing resources and educational materials to the public that improve food choices and empowering locally-active groups with financial and material assistance, especially groups in low-income and disenfranchised communities.