The Vegan Society funds activities that meet its charitable aims to promote veganism and to support vegans and that offer value for money. Successful applications are innovative and do not replicate the existing work of the Vegan Society, or comparable organizations.
It will normally be expected that applications are for projects that are not for profit and specifically promote veganism to a substantial target audience. Applications for profit or commercial based purposes will not be considered.
Additionally, the amount requested should be appropriate to the purpose proposed. The average amount granted is approximately £200. This should be taken into account when applying. As the Society prefers to support a wider range of initiatives rather than a few large events, and considering the grants and sponsorship budget is capped, any application requesting over £2,000 will not be considered.
What kind of events does the Vegan Society fund?
This article from The Vegan magazine describes an example of the events which The Vegan Society funds: Mela Oshwal and Navnat (pdf)
How to apply
1) Read the Notes for Grants & Sponsorship Applicants
First of all, please read the "Notes for Grants & Sponsorship Applicants" documents. This can be downloaded here as a Word document or a pdf file.
Notes for Grants & Sponsorship Applicants Word
Notes for Grants & Sponsorship Applicants .pdf
2) Complete and return a Grants & Sponsorship Application Form
When you have read the Notes for Grants & Sponsorship Applicants document, dowload and complete the Grants & Sponsorship Application Form, and return it to The Vegan Society by email or post (addresses are provided on the application form).
Grants Application Form Word (use this version if you wish to complete the form electronically)
Grants Application Form .pdf
If you have any questions
Check the Notes for Grants & Sponsorship Applicants document - this should answer any questions applicants may have about applying for Vegan Society funding.
If you have read the document again and still cannot find an answer to your question, email email@example.com.