|Special Enews • December 28, 2009|
great to know that I can support Vegan Outreach
– and in turn increase the
number of people who hear our message –
by making a financial contribution. Leafleting
requires not only the energy to physically hand
out booklets, but also needs financial backing.
I’m glad I can participate!
Please Invest in Maximum Impact! Only Four Days Left!
In the early 1990s, we formed Vegan Outreach, dedicated to maximally effective advocacy for the animals, committed to having the greatest impact per dollar donated and hour worked.
We don’t just talk about helping animals. We don’t pursue feel-good advocacy, or “Do something, do anything.” Vegan Outreach activists are out there, every day, working for maximum change, taking reasoned, specific, focused action – reaching out to new people with detailed, documented information that has been shown, day after day, to be effective and efficient at creating real change.
You know Vegan Outreach is entirely focused on giving you the biggest bang for the buck. You know where your contributions will go, you know it makes a real difference. And every week, you see what your donations have accomplished.
This is the work that needs to be done if we are to create a society that isn’t just a little less bad, but is fundamentally better!
We ask you to share this vision, to be a part of this work today.
Please invest in creating maximum change and 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
Together, we will continue to take concrete action and make meaningful progress.
–Anne, Jack, Jon, & Matt
P.S. If you believe in this work, if you want to have the greatest possible impact, please make a special contribution today!
my birthday next week, and I can
think of no better present than giving to Vegan
I never realized the
cruelty that farm animals endure – I am
so glad that your organization is being the
voice for these creatures. I took a pamphlet
from a lady at Riverside Community college,
and she really opened my eyes. I am now eating
vegan. You guys are doing something good in
this world. Thanks!
day at Central Piedmont Community
College. One person said she got a booklet last
year and went vegan. Her daughter read the booklet
as well and doesn’t eat meat anymore.