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Our commitment to accessible vegan food is for real. We provide vegan meals and ingredients for the Hope House food insecurity program. Together we are helping more people fill their fridges with whole healthy food and changing the approach to veganism.
Guelph Pride celebrates diversity, education, and visibility within the 2SLGBTQI+ communities and beyond. We do this by continuously advocating for accessibility and inclusivity through self-reflection, creativity, and a knowledge of our radical histories. Guelph Pride is committed to creating belonging, safety, culture, and comfort for 2SLGBTQI+ people in Guelph and beyond.
GLO Farm Sanctuary is located in East Garafraxa ! We provide a safe and loving forever home to rescued farm animals, ensuring that their physical, social and emotional needs are not just met but exceeded. Using ethical veganism, anti-speciesist ideology and GFAS standards as guiding principles we strive to ensure that each individual is thriving from the day they arrive to their final days.
We are compassion in action.
Karuna Lane Sanctuary is located just outside of Mount Forest, Ontario. We offer both home and solace to rescued farm animals. We believe compassionate action heals all, and that we are, indeed, all one.
Veganuary is a non-profit organisation that encourages people worldwide to try vegan for January and beyond. During the 2021 campaign, more than 500,000 people took our pledge to try a vegan diet, while more than 825 new vegan products and menu options were launched in our key campaign countries.
Native Child and Family Services of Toronto (NCFST) is a multi-service urban Aboriginal agency providing holistic, culture-based programs and services for Aboriginal children and families. NCFST strives to provide a life of quality, well-being, healing, and self-determination for children and families in the Toronto urban Aboriginal community. We do this by implementing a service model that is culture-based and respects the values of Aboriginal people, the extended family and the right to self-determination