Getting vegan options into your cafeteria is a much needed step for farmed animal liberation! It is necessary to get great vegan meals to accompany your outreach on campus.
There are many reasons for veganism: for the animals, for the environment, solutions to world hunger, and for your health. Veganism is an all inclusive decision that ties into everything we do.
2) Draft a letter to your school’s dining-service or school officials who make dining decisions. Use the letter to set up a meeting. The letter should make your points before the meeting; you can restate them and elaborate if needed during the meeting.
3) Talk to your school’s officials who make dining decisions and give them the materials available on our website including your signed petitions. You can set up a meeting or just stop by their office. Remember that it is your school officials' & decision makers' job to satisfy their students’ needs- by politely speaking up, you’re helping them do their jobs, and they should welcome your concerns and ideas.
4) Step up the action. If you are in college and your school is not responsive to cordial meetings, it may be worth considering a campaign that includes demonstrations and/or dramatic protests. This is trickier at high schools, but can sometimes be done. A constant campaign of demonstrations, including cage-ins and die-ins, can add to the pressure your school feels to listen to your demands.
Vegan Recipies for Institutions:
The following recipies are Microsoft Word documents to be downloaded and printed:
Food Companies and Distrobution Information:
Resources for Nutritional Information: