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Revive Zoaties SpecialDelicious Zoaties Breakfast Balls

Special for a limited time only.

Order through this link and Revive will

donate $13 to the NZ Vegetarian Society

 

Healthy, yummy, convenient and you help us!

Win-Win!

 

THINK KIND Student Competition 20182018 THINK KIND Student Competition 2018 is now open!

Come and take part in our awesome new student competition. It’s a chance for school students to engage with issues they care deeply about, and learn how to use their skills and strategies to make a positive impact in their communities and in the world.

Everyone gets a prize. Open to any NZ student from years 0- 13.

Find out more here.

Ban farrowing crates

It’s final push time for SAFE’s petition to ban farrowing crates, before it’s wrapped and presented to Parliament on March 15th.

Sign Now

December is the time when we re-evaluate our choices and start to make plans to improve ourselves for the new year.  The new year feels like a fresh start, a great opportunity to quit bad habits and start living a healthier, more compassionate, environmentally friendly way of life. The best way to achieve all these is to go vegetarian or vegan.

Download our guide on how to go vegetarian / vegan for 2018

New Year, New You

Roasts, salads, gravy, desserts, dairy-free whipped cream – check out our recipes to help you and your loved ones enjoy a sumptuous and compassionate Christmas feast.

Recipes

Giving a GIFT MEMBERSHIP with the NZ Vegetarian Society is the gift that keeps on giving all year.

Vegan Box Co. has generously donated one of their fabulous boxes, valued at $33, for us to give away, so everyone who gifts an NZVS membership before Christmas will automatically go in the draw to win the current box of vegan treats, as well as a free nutrition chart for you or your loved one.

(Picture is indicative. Box received will be different but just as fab.)

Keep the kids busy these school holidays with this colouring competition from NZ Anti-Vivisection Society.

Fun, educational and the chance to win.

Their new childrens book, “The Six Foot Rats”, is a gentle educational story. The book aims to introduce children to the important, yet sensitive issue of animal testing in a light and engaging manner. Whilst this topic is a serious and often upsetting one, The Six-Foot Rats instead focuses on the fundamental truth (stressing the FUN), as discovered by the lab rats in the book: animals are not humans and it is strange and bizarre to compare the two.

It can be purchased from our online shop:
http://www.vegetarian.org.nz/shop/

 

Giving away this limited edition Proper Crisp Wooden box with the hottest items this summer.
NEW Proper Crunch Corn and Chipotle and Garlic – Winner of the 2017 New Zealand Food Awards.

 

Entries close at midday on Monday 18th December 2017. This draw is available to NZ Vegetarian Society members only. The prize may be substituted at the NZ Vegetarian Society’s discretion, and may not be redeemed for cash. The winner will be randomly drawn and contacted by email.  If no response is received within 5 working days, a new winner will be drawn.

Revive Vegetarian Recipe BoooksGrab a healthy lunchbox treat, a Zoatie breakfast cookie or any of the Revive Cafe Cookbooks from this fundraising site, and we receive a donation.

You win, we win!

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World Veg Month October – a great time to help animals, yourself and the planet! 

Imagine if you could make a difference every single day. You don’t even have to do anything extraordinary. Every meal is a chance to make change happen. It’s as simple as what you choose to eat! By keeping animal products off your plate you’re helping to save lives, protect the planet, and boost your own health too!

 

Eat Kind for October!

Join the fastest growing and kindest eating trend for October; World Veg Month.

Sign up to SAFE’s Eat Kind on-line challenge at safe.org.nz and receive an email series with tips, inspiration and meal ideas.

 

There are lots of reasons for Kiwis to give plant-based foods and recipes a try in October, including: