|Enewsletter • October 19, 2005|
This issue sponsored by Purely Decadent:
Notes from Vegan Outreach
Jon Camp is now living in the Washington, DC region. If you would be interested in leafleting DC or Baltimore area colleges with him, please email Jon at veganoutreach.org.
Also, between October 24-28, Jon will be leafleting the following: Clarion U of PA, Indiana U of PA, California U of PA, Slippery Rock U of PA, and West Virginia U. If you would like to help out with any of this, please email Jon at veganoutreach.org. Thanks!
At right, Aashish Bhimani leaflets at George Mason U., photo by Jon Camp.
Vegan Outreach members have donated $10,562.50 of the $19,000 needed for the next printing of 250,000 booklets. Thanks to everyone who has contributed so far -- your donations will reach more people! (photo by Crystal Johnson)
Your donation provides the animals a voice, and helps more and more people make informed, compassionate choices.
Please: we need your help to help the animals!
You can donate securely on-line (please state that your donation is for the printing -- we'll continue to post running totals), or send a check or money order to:
Vegan Outreach | P.O. Box 38492 | Pittsburgh, PA 15238
Thanks to the generosity of donors, we have now printed the new Guide to Cruelty-Free Eating (pdf), and it will be arriving at our headquarters any moment. You can order a single copy here, and multiple copies via our catalog.
This weekend, Jack Norris, RD, President of Vegan Outreach will be speaking at the Activism & Campaign Training workshop in Davis, CA on October 22. For more information, click here.
If you are shopping on-line, be sure to start at the Vegan Outreach affiliates page. Thanks!
Products of the Week
The irrepressible Joseph Espinosa writes: "Morningstar Farms is dead on with their Tuno, delivering all of the flavor and none of the suffering and death that comes standard in cans of Tuna. I have missed that taste for 12 years. I am happy to be reunited."
Vegan Outreach will no longer be carrying The Convenient Vegetarian cookbook after the last six copies have been sold. We've lowered the price to $10, and they can be ordered at our catalog.
Notes from All Over
The new book In Defense of Animals: The Second Wave has its U.S. launch at Labyrinth Books, in New York, this Friday (October 21) at 7pm. The book (Independent review here), edited by Peter Singer, contains contributions by Matt Ball, Bruce Friedrich, Lauren Ornelas, Miyun Park, and the late Henry Spira. See this page for event details.
Notes from Our Members
We have all been vegan
for six months now,
thanks to your booklets!
I was handed your booklet
on campus, and I found
it very shocking yet powerful. I'm
not yet vegan, but this booklet
moved me to take action. Please
send me more.
Top 10 Fun Experiences as an Adopt a College leafleter:
-John Bowers, Victoria,