The Vegan Society is looking for individuals and grassroots organizations to support through its vegan grant program. Set up to support projects to encourage non-vegans to go vegan and stay vegan, The Vegan Society Grant is open to projects based across the globe.
With a particular emphasis on projects based in economically developing countries, The Vegan Society Grant aims to raise public awareness of veganism in a positive way, promote veganism in a unique or exciting way to non-vegans, as well as support people from marginalized backgrounds to access veganism.
Awards can be up to £1000, with recently awarded grants including ‘Radio programs to encourage non-vegans to go vegan and stay vegan in Sengerema district, Tanzania’, and ‘Culture and Tradition, a call to animal welfare’: a community-run project to encourage fellow villagers to replace animal skins with synthetic materials in traditional dance festivals in Zimbabwe.
If you represent a vegan non-profit organization or are an individual with a non-profit project, applications are considered throughout the year, though applicants should apply at least four months before the start date of their project. Click here for more information.