Vote for us in VegfestUK Awards 2019 | Viva! - The Vegan Charity

Viva! has been nominated in two categories in this year’s VegfestUK Awards; Best Vegan Festival and Best Vegan Magazine – and we need your vote!

It’s a huge honour to be nominated for these acclaimed awards! Throughout these 25 years, Viva! has worked tirelessly to encourage people to go vegan, showing how easy and fun it can be, and revealing the cruelty that is systematic to the meat and dairy industries.
 
Through our Viva! Vegan Festivals, Viva! Life Magazine, ambitious investigations and ground-breaking campaigns, we’ve seen the world transform from vegan-phobic to vegan-curious, and winning these awards would be the perfect way to celebrate that.

It would mean the world to us to win. Of course, we couldn’t have done it without our amazing supporters and volunteers who have believed in Viva! from the start. From helping out at street actions, to sharing our materials, to offering generous donations, Viva! wouldn’t be where it is today without our loyal supporters behind us.
 
Now, help us celebrate all we have achieved together, and pave the way for the change we’ll bring about in the next 25 years. Voting is now open – we have until SUNDAY 13 OCTOBER to make this happen!

Our Viva! Birmingham Vegan Festival was nominated for the Best Vegan Festival, which means so much to us as we pulled out all the stops for this festival to celebrate our 25th Anniversary. From celebrity appearances from Evanna Lynch and Heather Mills, amazing cooking demos from Epivegan, Matt Pritchard and Viva!’s very own Maryanne Hall, over 50 vegan food and clothing stalls to name a few!
 
 

Viva! Life was also nominated for Best Vegan Magazine. So much goes in to making Viva! Life as good as it can be, with every member of the Viva! team pulling out all the stops to create each issue.  Every feature is jam packed with vegan celebrity interviews, Viva! news, opinion pieces and more. Winning this award would help us spread the vegan message far and wide!
 
Voting is open until Sunday 13 October – please help us celebrate our 25 years of saving animals with these awards! Vote here!
 

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