We believe that student activism can be very powerful and make a huge difference, as long as students are equipped with the knowledge and tips to be effective and endless ideas on how to make a difference. That is why we write guides for student activists.
There many things that you can do with your veg club. Here are a few activities:
- Start a vegetarian and vegan mentoring program. This guide shows you how to provide support for people in your school who want to become vegetarian or vegan.
- Here’s how to give out free vegan food samples. Giving out free vegan foods is a great way to spread awareness about delicious vegetarian and vegan foods.
- Here’s how to support your local farm sanctuary. This guide shows you how you can fundraise to support a rescued farm animal, visit that farm animal, and spread awareness about farm sanctuaries and factory farming throughout your school.
- Here’s how to get vegetarian and vegan and menu options in your school’s cafeteria. This guide provides a step by step plan to getting plant-based menu foods into your cafeteria, along with practical tips, food suggestions, fact sheets, and more.
- Here’s how to start a school garden to grow fresh foods for your school’s cafeteria. This article shows you a list of benefits to gardens, gives you tips for gardening, and tells you how to start a schoolyard garden.
- Here’s a how to hold a 30-day Veg Challenge at your school. This guide is based off the experiences of the Veg Club at the University of Rochester.
- Finally, here’s how to spread awareness for your cause or event by putting up posters in bathroom stalls. Yeah, it sounds silly, but “toilet talks” have great potential to spread change. If you’re interested in learning more, read this article!