Our supporters know that we’re great at what we do—and now we can let the whole vegan world know. PETA is on the ballot twice in 2016’s VegNews Veggie Awards!
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This year, PETA has been nominated for Favorite Nonprofit Organization and Favorite App (feel free to write us in as your favorite website, too!). The winners of each category will be featured in the November/December 2016 Edition of VegNews Magazine.
Aside from giving kudos to your favorite vegan products, people, and places, you’re also automatically entered to win a number of great prizes when you vote. VegNews is giving away a $ 250 shopping spree at Vegan Essentials, a vegan cheese party pack from Miyoko’s Kitchen, a year’s supply of So Delicious ice cream, and—to the grand prize winner—the world’s most powerful food processor (probably), a Vitamix blender. In addition, every week in August, VegNews will choose one winner to receive a beauty box from 100% Pure.
We’re honored to be mentioned alongside great companies such as Follow Your Heart and Beyond Meat, but all this greatness in one place means the competition sets a high bar! Please go and vote for PETA now. In case you’re not familiar with how remarkable we are and why we should win, allow us to reintroduce ourselves.
Your Favorite Nonprofit Organization
PETA is the largest animal rights organization in the world, with more than 5 million members and supporters worldwide. Our social media reach is vast, meaning more folks around the globe are engaged in the animal rights movement through us than any other source. For over 35 years, we’ve achieved groundbreaking success and unprecedented victories. From cockroaches to primates, no animal’s suffering goes unnoticed.
Your Favorite App for Animals
PETA’s life-changing iPhone app revolutionized how people can help animals. The easy-to-use app lets users take action with one click to help win essential victories for living beings. In less than a minute, you can ask retailers to stop selling animals’ skins, tell the circus to get out of your town, and even demand that the U.S. Department of Agriculture pay attention. Did we mention that it’s free?