The Community Network is made up of people who care about veganism, and our mission – to make it easier for more people to go vegan and stay vegan. We believe a veganism that is well supported by the right legislation, the right options, and the right agricultural systems is the most accessible. Community Organisers are the point of contact between staff and Community Advocates (who are also volunteers) in their local area, providing support and organisation to their local group to promote Vegan Society campaigns.
I care about living a lifestyle which does not cause harm to others, regardless of species, and supports sustainability for our planet. I volunteer to pro-actively promote a cruelty-free way of living.
I care about volunteering because it allows me to engage and work with local people, organisations and companies on vegan issues.
I volunteer because I want to help facilitate productive conversations about veganism and find effective ways to combat animal suffering.
Research and Admin Volunteers support staff across the whole organisation. They work in a variety of fields and bring their experience from financial economics, environmental policy, banking, international development, and administration. They are students, recent graduates, and professional workers. They enable us to speed up projects, expand our reach and get answers to some of the trickiest questions on vegan issues.
Specialist Grants Advisor
Specialist Grants Advisor
I volunteer with The Vegan Society because it gives me immense satisfaction to be able to utilise my professional skills for the cause that I am deeply invested in.
I volunteer because it makes me happy to help educate the public to treat animals as friends and eat plants.
I care about an array of vegan issues, from environmental concerns to animal welfare, and I believe that education and volunteering go hand in hand to help change people’s perspectives on these issues.
I care about volunteering for The Vegan Society because it gives our community a place to thrive compassionately, learn together and advocate for vegan ethics.
I care about helping to provide an essential and invaluable service to an organisation founded on principle over profit; standing for a world philosophy that I believe needs to continue to grow and prosper.
I care about increasing awareness of veganism and improving its accessibility so that all humans and animals can benefit from the lifestyle. I volunteer to support The Vegan Society in achieving its vision.
I am volunteering to help raise awareness of cruelty and exploitation in animal agriculture, promoting healthy and sustainable living, empathy, and kindness for all animals by simply encouraging a plant-based lifestyle.
Sai Sree Talasani
I volunteer to transform the image people have of veganism and vegan food to the best of my limits. I want to contribute to this project which thrives to create a good lifestyle for us and supports sustainable goals for the world.
Historical Archiving Volunteer
Historical Archiving Volunteer
I volunteer because it gives me the opportunity to utilise my passion for history to preserve and promote the history of the Society, which is not only fascinating to me, but is of international importance.
Proofreading volunteers help us to keep putting out relevant content across all our platforms. They are globally based, bringing their experience as students, science editors, attorneys, teachers, software testers, translators, and business owners. As well as an excellent eye for detail, they have an encyclopaedic knowledge of grammar, and in many cases, a professional proofreading background. They enable us to get blogs, articles, website content, social media posts, research, newsletters, presentations and reports out to our members and supporters as quickly as possible.
I volunteer because I care deeply about this incredible planet and all of the lives that share it - everything is connected, and a compassionate, sustainable and cruelty free world is entirely possible.
I care about promoting veganism because animals have the right to lead a full and happy life, just as humans do. A lifestyle free of all animal products is the single biggest way of reducing our impact on our amazing planet, too!
I volunteer because I believe in giving back to society where you can. Volunteering for The Vegan Society is very worthwhile and something I thoroughly enjoy.
I care about being a voice for the animals and making sure we have access to reputable, clear, and authoritative information - while encouraging others to feel confident in making changes towards a cruelty-free world.
I volunteer because I want to give back to The Vegan Society and support the amazing work they are doing.
Dr Lee Hawkins
I volunteer to make use of my wide range of skills and life experiences to further the vegan message through The Vegan Society. It’s great to give back alongside passionate and committed people working towards a vegan world.
I volunteer because a vegan world is a better place for all beings. I feel that I am doing something positive for the planet, the animals, and future generations!
I care about making the world a more caring place. Supporting the work of The Vegan Society allows me to do that and to meet lovely, compassionate people along the way.
I volunteer for the same reason that I am vegan: when I believe in a cause, I like to take action.
I volunteer because I wish to eliminate suffering for all sentient beings, and helping The Vegan Society is an excellent way to move towards the realisation of that goal.
I volunteer because I want to support The Vegan Society and all it stands for in any way I can.
Digital Communications volunteers support our Digital Communications Team. There are three roles: Web Editor Volunteers, Web Research Volunteers and Social Media and Digital Content Volunteers. They support us with keeping our website up to date, web development tasks, research tasks, moderating social media, creating content, and much more. These volunteers are often industry professionals, so we are very lucky that they choose to share their skills with us.
I care about animal welfare and volunteering at The Vegan Society is an opportunity, in some small way, to contribute and support veganism as a philosophy and way of life.
I volunteer because veganism is incredibly important to me and I want to contribute to promote and advance its message.
I volunteer because I believe spreading awareness of the benefits of being vegan are just as important as abstaining from animal-based products. Change will come around faster if we all pull together.
I care about making a better world, starting with how we treat animals and each other: “The true measure of any society can be found in how it treats its most vulnerable members.” Mahatma Gandhi
Events volunteers are based across the UK. They support us by volunteering alongside staff at annual events like Veg Fest UK and Just V in locations such as London, Glasgow, and Brighton. They also help out at Vegan Society staff-led events such as our Plate Up for the Planet pop-up, as well as at Political Party Conferences and even music festivals.
I volunteer because I think it's important that people are given clear and non-biased information on how our animal friends are treated. Only then can we make informed decisions and eradicate unnecessary suffering.
I volunteer because I care about animals and I want to do what I can.