Projects

We aim to support a combination of both short-term projects, which provide immediate food relief, and long-term food security projects, which support people in growing their own food.

The money we raise will go towards providing vegan food, either via projects which are already vegan, or by working with non-vegan projects where our donations will be used to increase the availability of vegan food. Where appropriate and necessary, we may also fund essential non-food items such as toiletries, fuel, clean water and medicine in order to enable the safe preparation and consumption of food and effective absorption of nutrients.

Information about the projects we support is below, and there are a number of other inspiring projects which we hope to be able to support in the near future. Keep an eye on this page for updates about current and future projects.



School Meals Projects, Africa

Providing meals to school children helps them in a number of different ways:

  • For many children the meal they receive at school is their main source of nutrition.
  • Parents are more likely to send their children to school if they know they’ll receive a nutritious meal while they are there.
  • Children’s ability to concentrate and learn also increases if they’ve eaten properly.

So supplying school meals not only helps to feed hungry children, it also has a direct positive influence on education levels. Vegans Against World Hunger aims to help fund a number of school meals projects but we can only do so with your help.

How You Can Help:

Make a one-off donation, or a regular monthly donation, to Vegans Against World Hunger here (your donation will be distributed among all the projects we support).



Sadhana Forest

The main work of Sadhana Forest is creating food forests in order to provide food security to local people and to combat deforestation and improve the local ecosystem.

Sadhana Forest currently has food forests in India, Kenya and Haiti and Vegans Against World Hunger will initially support the Sadhana Forest in Kenya and hopes to be able to support the others in the future.

How you can help:

  • Donate money directly to Sadhana Forest* via the link below
  • Make a one-off donation, or a regular monthly donation, to Vegans Against World Hunger here (your donation will be distributed among all the projects we support)
  • Volunteer at one of the Sadhana Forest projects in India, Kenya or Haiti by applying directly to Sadhana Forest via the link below.
  • Find out more about Sadhana Forest here: https://sadhanaforest.org.

*If you donate directly to The Sadhana Forest because of finding out about them through Vegans Against World Hunger, we’d appreciate it if you could let us know by clicking here.

Sadhana Forest India, 2003
Sadhana Forest India, present day
Tree planting workshop, Sadhana Forest Kenya
Newly planted sapling, Sadhana Forest Kenya

Mutual Aid Vegan Food Bank, Brighton

Mutual Aid Vegan Food Bank is a Brighton based food bank which distributes vegan food and toiletries to anyone in the local community in need of help with basic supplies. Unlike many other food banks, they don’t work on a referral scheme so anyone, whether they’re vegan or not, can ask for help.

How you can help:

  • Donate money directly to Mutual Aid Vegan Food Bank*
  • Make a one-off donation, or a regular monthly donation, to Vegans Against World Hunger here (your donation will be distributed among all the projects we support).
  • Donate your time or vegan food or toiletries to Mutual Aid Vegan Food Bank.
  • Find out more about the project here:
    https://www.facebook.com/mutualaidveganfoodbank.
  • Read more here: https://bjournal.co/mutual-aid-vegan-foodbank-flourishes-first-year/

*If you donate directly to Mutual Aid Vegan Food Bank because of finding out about them through Vegans Against World Hunger, we’d appreciate it if you could let us know by clicking here.

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