What you can do
Information about how you can help the animals
Join a Save Movement
The Save Movement is a worldwide mobilisation to ‘bear witness’ to the fear and suffering of animals as they enter slaughterhouse gates. There are hundreds of Save groups now, on four continents.
Read more about joining or starting a Save group here: The Save Movement
Going vegan is the most effective thing you can do to help animals. By adopting a plant-based diet you will also significantly reduce your carbon footprint, and become healthier and more energised. Read PETA’s 10 reasons to go vegan in 2019:
Take the Free 22-Day Vegan Challenge
Why Challenge 22?
For the animals: The best way to help animals is to vote with our fork. As consumers, we can choose not to use our money to fund products which involve cruelty to animals. It’s a matter of supply and demand – when we reduce the demand for meat, we reduce the number of animals who have to suffer.
For our health: we all want to be healthier, and the journey towards better health starts at our plate. Animal products contain saturated fat, cholesterol, toxins and fecal bacteria. Challenge 22+ is a great opportunity to enrich your diet with a variety of vegetables, fruit, grains and legumes – and to learn how healthy food can be delicious and satisfying.
For the environment: according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN, factory farming is the main cause of the ecological crisis, responsible for deforestation, greenhouse gas emission, pollution and water shortages. Challenge 22+ is the perfect opportunity to transition to a sustainable diet, for our own sake and for the sake of future generations.
Visit the Let’s Try Vegan Challenge 22+ website to find out more!
Grab a Vegan Starter Kit
Get a FREE vegan starter kit from PETA.org
Another, more comprehensive option at a fair price, for you to get all the information you need to get started on a plant-based diet and lifestyle. This vegan starter kit is filled with information on:
- Plant-Based Eating Guide
- Meal Plans
- Meal Formulas
- Restaurant Guide
- Cheat Sheets
Check it out at Nutriciously.com