Ask Google to Doodle for World Vegan Day
Will you tell Google why you'd love a World Vegan Day Google Doodle?
World Vegan Day celebrates and proclaims all that is great about veganism. It's an ideal time to share the benefits of being vegan - for humans, for our health, and to tackle global hunger; for the planet, and against global climate change; and of course, for other animals.
Now vegans everywhere are asking Google to recognize vegan history, and mark the First of November with a Google Doodle.
Google's famous 'Doodles' globally celebrate significant events such as New Year's Day and Jules Verne's birthday, as well as local special days. You can see examples of past Google Doodles on their Web site.
Why not tell Google why World Vegan Day is worth a Google Doodle? Email them on: firstname.lastname@example.org - and please copy to Amanda: email@example.com at The Vegan Society too.
World Vegan Day has its own logo - please email: firstname.lastname@example.org to request copies for promoting veganism.
Let's spread the word, and help make World Vegan Day, Tuesday 1 November 2011 (1.11.11) the most talked-about World Vegan Day yet!
You can follow the World Vegan Day Google Doodle Ask on The Vegan Society Facebook page.
Notes for Editors
- World Vegan Day commemorates the founding of The Vegan Society, and the coining of the term, 'vegan', in November 1944. You can read more on our Web site at: http://www.vegansociety.com/News-And-Events/world-vegan-day/
- The Vegan Society promotes vegan lifestyles - which exclude, as far as is possible and practical, all forms of exploitation of animals for food, clothing or any other purpose. Reg. Charity No 279228 VAT Reg. No 448 5973 95, Company Reg. No 1468880 Registered in England & Wales.