In an effort to raise awareness and to connect our customers with people doing amazing things for animals we have created an active menu where different organizations are tied to specific food items so every time you buy one of our 100% vegan products you become an active participant in this quest to save animals
Woodstock Farm Sanctuary is one of the country’s most recognized and respected sanctuaries for farmed animals—working toward a kinder, more compassionate world by inspiring meaningful change in the way they are viewed and treated.
At the heart of our twofold mission is the hands-on work of rescuing, rehabilitating and caring for victims of the food-production industry, while advocating on behalf of farmed animals everywhere through education and outreach events.
Visit www.woodstocksanctuary.org for more info, or call 845-247-5700.
City Critters is a not-for-profit, all-volunteer cat rescue and adoption group formed in 1994 to improve the lives of companion animals in New York City. We rescue stray and abandoned cats from the street, accept some from members of the public, and take in cats and kittens at risk of euthanasia from our city shelter system. We promote spay /neuter and provide advice and assistance to people in our community seeking help on behalf of homeless animals. We work with several hundred cats each year, providing routine and extraordinary veterinary care as needed, and maintaining them in foster homes and adoption centers until they are adopted. Adoptable cats can be seen at our two adoption centers: PetSmart (632 Broadway between Bleecker & Houston Streets) and Petco (991 2nd Ave. between 52nd & 53rd Streets in Manhattan). On weekend afternoons we bring in additional cats and kittens, and adoption counselors are present at both locations. Many of our available cats are posted on Petfinder and on our Facebook page. We always need new foster homes – please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for information on fostering or adopting! City Critters is a member of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals and a New Hope Partner of Animal Care Centers of NYC.
Peaceful Valley, with it’s nationwide network of Ranch Facilities and Satellite Adoption Centers, is the country’s leader in Rescue, Sanctuary, Adoption and Education. We work with all agencies of the Federal Government as well as state and local law enforcement and agricultural services.
It’s mission is to provide a safe and loving environment to all donkeys that have been abused, neglected or abandoned and wild burros under threat of destruction. Peaceful Valley strives to provide solutions to the many problems that plague these wonderful creatures by proving ethical stewardship over the funds that are necessary to fulfill this goal. Peaceful Valley rescues between 750-1000 donkeys each year. We strive to find loving forever homes for our donkeys through our successful adoption program. Together, we can improve the Plight of the American Donkey.
Beagle Freedom Project is a unique program run by the LA based non-profit ARME (Animal Rescue Media and Education). Beagle Freedom Project negotiates with laboratories across the world to secure the release of dogs and other animals and give them a chance at a normal home life after everything they have endured for vanity and academic curiosities. The organization uses the rescue to draw public awareness to the plight of animals languishing in labs and to promote cruelty-free lifestyle choices. The rescued animals act as ambassadors who give faces to animal testing victims and remind the public that these animals are not just furry test-tubes, but dogs and animals no different than their own family companions.
Mino Valley Farm Sanctuary is a safe haven for abused and abandoned farmed animals, situated in the peaceable valleys of Galicia, Spain. Home to over 120 sheep, goats, pigs, hens, rabbits and more, Mino Valley rescues and rehabilitates the victims of the food industry.
On a mission to make the world a kinder place, Mino Valley gives farmed animals hope and the chance to live out the rest of their lives in freedom. Through sharing the animal’s stories they help inspire others to open their hearts and minds, and live a more compassionate lifestyle.
The mission of the Kindness Ranch is to provide a sanctuary and place of rehabilitation for animals who have been used in laboratory research while fostering compassion for all animals. Consistent with our mission, we work to rehabilitate our dogs and cats in a home-like environment.
The Kindness Ranch also provides an adoption program for all the animals we can rehabilitate. Those who are too debilitated, old or ill to be placed in a loving home can remain on the ranch to live out their days, surrounded by caretakers and volunteers who put the animals’ well-being first.
The Humane Society of Cozumel Mexico is about working to help the animals in our community and we have been doing just that since 1996. Our goal is to fully change the approach towards dog and cat overpopulation with an aggressive spay/neuter program both at the clinic and by utilizing mobile clinics. By finding loving homes for pets and providing education to the community, we can create responsible pet-people relationships and improve the welfare of animals.
Our work is made possible by many wonderful humans who contribute their time, talents and/or money to the cause for which we are immensely grateful.
Equine Advocates is a national non-profit equine protection organization based in Chatham, NY. It was founded on February 27, 1996 by Susan Wagner who had become outraged over the fact that every year hundreds of thousands American-bred equines were being secretly and brutally slaughtered for human consumption to satisfy the taste for horse meat in Europe and Japan. Since then, Equine Advocates has rescued and helped thousands of equines from ending up at slaughter. In 2004, the organization moved to Chatham, NY and established Equine Advocates Rescue & Sanctuary, a 140-acre horse sanctuary and humane education center which is home to 82 remarkable equines, including horses, ponies, donkeys and mules.
Photo: Karen Wagner/Equine Advocates
Pigs Peace Sanctuary is a place of tranquility and happiness located one hour north of Seattle in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing a safe home for unwanted, abused or neglected animals in need and we are committed to spreading the message of compassion and respect for all animals.