Expand the Number of Black Vegans TodayBy Nolan Jones March 2021
The 1st Korean national vegan documentary makingBy Haru Lev January 2021
Vegan Love We Deliver Thanksliving for the needyBy Sheryl Petrillo November 2020
Canada Goose Anti-Fur Advocacy CampaignBy Anesa Kratovac September 2020
GoVegan GuatemalaBy Sandra Hannen July 2020
Vegan delivery to fight CovidBy Patrece Petersen May 2020
Veganfestival 2020By Bella Briska March 2020
Cookbook: PACIFIC VEGANBy Vittoria Pasca February 2020
Our Hands: Short Documentary SeriesBy James Davis January 2020
Vegan Food Festival UgandaBy Bogere Ali December 2019
End horror for animalsBy Sibanye Animal Welfare and Conservancy Trust November 2019
PAN Vegan Pledge ProgramBy Deanna Meyler October 2019
Facilitating Poor Women to Live Vegan LifestyleBy Umi Nadiroh Kudori September 2019
Plant-Based Tuesdays InitiativeBy Cornerstone Foundation August 2019
Veganism in Chile! Local Plant-Based LifestyleBy Javiera Mayorga Osorio July 2019
Natura Umana FilmBy Eduard Nistru June 2019
Keep It Fresh FestBy Naijha Wright-Brown May 2019
Tulsa VegFest 2019By Melissa Furman April 2019
Vegan in Dushanbe: Persian Recipes RemadeBy Akmal and Ellen Abdulmuminov March 2019
Chilis on Wheels-Columbus ChapterBy Tabitha Lewis February 2019
vegansurvive (нищее веган выживание)By Mikhail Zotov January 2019
Haven Hearts - vegan dog treats with a purposeBy Lucas Spiegel January 2019
Irene Morgan Schools - Vegan Summer School Meals!By Adrienne Wallace December 2018
Vegan Awareness DriveBy Varun Solanki November 2018
Compassion Ride for AnimalsBy Ahowan ICrow September 2018
Becoming Vegan - A 4-Week Community EventBy Lesley Johnson August 2018
Walking the DaisesBy Mattieu Theron July 2018
Youth Animal Rights Conference (yARC2018)By Young Voices for Animals June 2018
Shrub LifeBy Noah Pettus May 2018
Cornell PEACE TalksBy Pooja Gajjar April 2018
Plant Based NativeBy Akilah Martinez March 2018
Jarné Vegánske hody Bratislava 2018By Martin Smrek, OZ VEGÁNSKE HODY February 2018
Peas & Love Community Garden (Veganic)By Mary Lawrence January 2018
Food for FreedomBy Muriel Schweizer December 2017
Every two months, the Vegan Chapter of the Awesome Foundation grants $1000 to an awesome vegan project, no strings attached.
For the rest of 2020 we will not consider projects that promote gatherings of people. We will reevaluate this policy when the Covid19 crisis is over.
We disburse grants using Venmo, PayPal, and cryptocurrency. You must be able to receive money using these methods to receive our grant.
Grant applications may be submitted 24/7/365 by clicking one of the "Apply for a grant" buttons on this page, and following the instructions. Applications must be received before the first Tuesday of the month. We will vote on proposals the following Sunday.
Winning proposals will:
- Reduce or promote the reduction of any form of exploitation of, or cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose. (https://www.vegansociety.com/go-vegan/definition-veganism)
- Describe an individual or collaborative enterprise that is carefully planned and designed to achieve a particular aim.
- Be easily understood by our English-speaking trustees. (We love other languages but we can't learn them all.)
Winners will be posted on this page and notified by e-mail.