We all have 11 years to stop climate change in its tracks. The great news is that everyone can help – simply by eating more veggie food! The Vegetarian Society empowers, informs and inspires people to be vegetarian.

How donations make an impact

£8 will provide a New Veggie pack to someone who wants to eat more veggie food.

£17 will give an expectant mother support and nutritional advice for a healthy veggie pregnancy.

£37 will fund a place on a cookery course to teach kitchen skills to people from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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They’ve worked with 46 schools in the last year, giving 18,400 pupils the opportunity to eat healthy, nutritious veggie food.

They organise National Vegetarian Week each year – in 2019 alone more than 21,000 people attended a National Vegetarian Week event!

They offer grants to community groups and charitable organisations to ensure that everyone has access to tasty, healthy, veggie food.

Their work involves

Empowering :

  • Providing a free enquiries and dietitian service to give trustworthy advice on following a veggie diet.
  • Working to improve the provision of veggie food across the UK, and accrediting vegetarian and vegan products to provide reassurance to shoppers.
  • Giving grants to community groups nationwide so more people can share and enjoy vegetarian food.

Informing :

  • Organising National Vegetarian Week.
  • Raising awareness of the health and environmental benefits of eating more veggie food.

Inspiring :

  • Providing free cookery classes to community groups and vulnerable people, helping them build confidence and improve their cookery skills.
  • Offering cookery classes to home cooks and professional chefs, equipping them with the skills needed to create incredible veggie food.

Important dates for your calendar

1st October - World Vegetarian Day

11th to 17th May - National Vegetarian Week

Ways to support the charity

You can become a member, play the Veggie Lotto., or sign up to their newsletter.!


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