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Use your connections. Members of local organizations can talk to their clubs about offering vegan meals at all functions. Church members can speak with pastors about vegan options at church dinners and fundraisers. Be sure to write letters on animal rights issues to the editors of all magazines that you subscribe to. Actions like these will take very little time but make a big difference for animals.

Host a vegan dinner party. Many people would like to go vegetarian but just don't know what to eat. We can't think of a better way to promote compassion than by showing your officemates, ball club, or nonvegan friends just how exciting vegan dining can be. Your humane fare is sure to be the talk of the next office party. Not sure what to make? Check out Veg Cooking for great ideas and recipes.

Teach a college or community education course in animal rights or a cruelty-free lifestyle. Reach thousands of people who read the catalog, plus the people who sign up for the class. Most communities have alternative colleges or community education programs where you can sign up to teach a course.

Sponsor a speaker (or arrange to give a talk yourself!). Sponsoring a speaker or giving a talk is easier than it sounds, and it's very effective. Many local schools, universities, and civic clubs will host speeches on animal rights. Contact us to find out if we have a contact at the venue that you're considering. We can also provide you with ideas for possible speakers and information on becoming a speaker yourself.


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