Vegan Outreach Booklets Save Animals—Your Donation Will Put Booklets into More People’s Hands
 VO Instagram VO Twitter VO Facebook
Vegan Outreach: Working to End Cruelty to Animals
Request a FREE Starter Guide with Recipes
Sign up for VO’s FREE Weekly Enewsletter

Vegan Outreach is a 501(c)(3)
nonprofit organization dedicated to
reducing the suffering of farmed animals
by promoting informed, ethical eating.

Donations to VO are fully tax-deductible.
VO’s tax identification no. is #86-0736818.

Vegan Outreach
POB 1916, Davis, CA 95617-1916

Share

Enewsletter

Vegan Outreach Enewsletter  •  January 4, 2012

Notes from Vegan Outreach

Together for 2012!

Thank You: Together, We’re Creating a Better World for All

Thanks so much to each of the record number of dedicated Vegan Outreach members who took part in our year-end fundraising campaign! Because of you, more people will receive VO booklets in 2012, bringing us closer to the more compassionate world we all desire.

Every booklet printed, every heart opened, every life changed – these are only possible because of your generosity!

 

Jeff Boghosian

Re-Introducing Jeff Boghosian

Vegan Outreach is thrilled to announce that Jeff Boghosian has come on board as our coordinator for the Southeast! As you may have noticed in previous feedback sections, Jeff turned Phoenix, Arizona into a vegan mecca and hotbed of outreach!

We’re very excited to have Jeff as part of our wonderful, world-changing VO team! To learn more about Jeff, you can read his 2005 profile.

 

From “Your Daily Dose of Vegan Outreach!” & Jack Norris RD Blogs

Jon Camp

 

Notes from Our Members

I just got your fantastic booklet from a young man at school today. What was contained within shocked and disturbed me, and really opened my eyes. Thanks a lot – you’re really reaching out to stomp ignorance.
—ES, 12/16/11

Cici Ellis
Cici Ellis opens another heart at the University of Texas San Antonio.

An amazing day at CUNY York, where Chris and I reached over 1,400 students. Many people came back and asked for a booklet, or copies to give to friends. We saw countless students reading the booklets as they waited to cross the street. We also received plenty of kudos for being there.
—Katie Pryor, 10/25/11

At Glendale Community College, John, Kirby, and Anon had amazing conversations with folks and one of the best days for outreach this fall in the Phoenix area – nearly 2,000 more students reached. Several people pledged to go veg and countless more said that they are going to reduce their meat consumption.
—Jeff Boghosian, 10/28/11

At the University of Houston, my brother Marc and I reached 1,377 more students; I will return home without a single booklet! In the last four weeks, with amazing volunteer help, 26,107 students were given a booklet at 20 different schools. Thanks a million to everyone on this list who housed me and leafleted with me.
     Also, I can’t thank you donors enough. VO’s work isn’t the most glamorous, but neither are most of the things that ultimately do the most good for others, and you understand this. When I started working for VO, I was the sole traveling leafleter. It’s been amazing to watch our program grow with each passing year, to the point that we’ve got multiple people on the road at any given point, at the very least hitting about every state each semester, saturating many of them. There are so many more students we need to reach, but we’ve come a long, long way, totally due to your unwavering devotion to this work.
     Lastly, thanks so much to everyone who plugs away, week after week. I draw so much inspiration from all of you. Leafleting for hours on end, traveling long distances, using vacation days, not always knowing what type of people we’re going to be dealing with but being strong and having faith in a better world and getting out to reach out to people anyway. This is not easy, it can be exhausting, but you do it because you know that there is a great injustice going on and you’re willing to give your all to help right this wrong. The world is so much better because of your tireless work, and I have the utmost respect for all of you.
—Jon Camp, 10/26/11

 

Prevent Suffering!

Vegan Outreach is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the suffering of farmed animals by promoting informed, ethical eating.

All donations are tax-deductible.

Vegan Outreach
POB 30865, Tucson, AZ 85751-0865

Best in America
VO TwitterVO Facebook