A Proudly Vegan Organization

We are a vegan organization because we believe that farmed animals, like humans, are sentient beings. These creatures feel pain as we do, have family structures and the desire to nurture their young, and they deserve to live freely for the duration of their lives.

Our organization is made up of people from various backgrounds who share a common theme: a love for the animals. You do not have to be a vegan to participate in our events, follow us on social media, or to take a tour.

We do ask that you are open to learning about vegan alternatives - for food, household products, and lifestyle choices. We believe that loving the animals means making decisions that also consider their best interest. We acknowledge, however, that learning is a continuum and that none of us are perfect. Founding members of our organization have eaten meat and participated in industries that utilize animal products. It was when we researched and learned about factory farms, sentience, and the biological complexities of farm animals that we made adjustments in our lives to reflect our feelings about these wonderful beings.

“I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.”

-Maya Angelou

We aspire to be a resource for you. We welcome questions about veganism, factory farming, and the animals. We value compassion, empathy, respect, and knowledge. And we believe that making one improvement at a time is far better than remaining unchanged.

Prominent Vegans

There are lots of celebrities, athletes, and other influential people who have adopted a vegan lifestyle. For example,


  • Mayim Bialik
  • Natalie Portman
  • Pamela Anderson
  • Peter Dinklage
  • Rainn Wilson


  • Alex Morgan
  • Carl Lewis
  • Scott Jurek
  • Serena Williams
  • Venus Williams


  • Billie Eilish
  • Lizzo
  • Rob Zombie
  • Stevie Wonder
  • Will.i.am

...and the list literally goes on, and on, and on.

Vegan Products

As consumers, we have the incredible power to make change. Our values are spoken through our everyday purchases. When we choose to buy meat from ethical farms, we tell the industry that we do not tolerate cruelty to farm animals. When we buy meat alternatives, we tell the industry that farm animals matter more as individual beings than as our food. Every choice makes a statement. We want to enable you to make statements that align with your ethical beliefs.

On our social media platforms, we feature a cruelty-free and/or vegan product, food item, restaurant, etc. weekly on Tuesdays. We believe it is easier to make vegan choices when you know where to look and what to buy, and we can help with that!

Check out "Try It Tuesday" on Facebook or Instagram.

Farmed Animal Sanctuaries

There are farmed animal sanctuaries all over the world! Our organization is based outside of Birmingham, AL, USA; if we are not close enough for you to visit, we encourage you to seek out a sanctuary closer to home!

Lots of sanctuaries offer private tours, group tours, and public days. They also have social media accounts that provide heart-warming animal content, as well as valuable information about factory farms, how to make change in your community, and education about farmed animals.

For example:

  • Austin Farm Sanctuary, Austin, TX, USA
  • Barn Sanctuary, Chelsea, MI, USA
  • Catskill Animal Sanctuary, Saugerties, NY, USA
  • Farm Sanctuary, Watkins Glen, NY; Acton, CA USA
  • Iowa Farm Sanctuary, Oxford, IA, USA
  • Luvin' Arms Animal Sanctuary, Erie, CO, USA
  • The Gentle Barn, Los Angeles, CA; St. Louis, MO; Nashville, TN, USA

Suggested Reading

There are several books that provide a wealth of information about veganism, farmed animals, farmed animal sanctuaries, and the horrors of factory farming. The details can be graphic and upsetting. We feel this makes it even more important to read these books as they depict the reality for these animals.

  • Animal Camp: Reflections on a Decade of Love, Hope, and Veganism at Catskill Animal Sanctuary by Kathy Stevens
  • Eat and Run by Scott Jurek
  • Farm Sanctuary by Gene Baur
  • How Not to Die by Dr. Michael Gregor

Recommended tv/film

There are a multitude of documentaries, docuseries, and film that have been produced about plant-based lifestyles, veganism, the truth about the food industry, and the inhumane treatment of animals in factory farms. These are a few titles that we recommend checking out.

  • Netflix - Rotten - Episode 4, "Big Bird"
  • Netflix - Live to 100: Secrets of the Blue Zones
  • Netflix - Poisoned: The Dirty Truth About Your Food

**All events that we host feature vegan cuisine out of consideration for our residents.**

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