Peace Advocacy Network (PAN) promotes a peaceful existence through veganism, social justice, and respect for the Earth’s inhabitants and resources. PAN, founded in 2010, is a grassroots group that strives for the absence of violence in the lives of people and animals by eliminating oppression and inequality.

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Helping People

• PAN promotes food equity by keeping its programs free and accessible to everyone.

• PAN addresses the impact of animal agriculture on vulnerable humans.

Helping Animals

• PAN runs a national Vegan Pledge program that provides cooking classes and lectures to help non-vegans go vegan for 30 days.

• PAN conducts outreach to spread the veganism – video showings, exhibits, and leafleting.

• PAN opposes the use of animals in entertainment

• PAN works to ban horse-drawn carriages in Philadelphia, PA, and other areas.

Helping the Earth

• PAN conducts environmental outreach through informative displays, leafleting, and lectures about how raising animals for food harms the planet, wastes natural resources, and destroys habitats for wild animals.

• PAN is committed to eco-friendly practices for outreach (recycled paper, compostibles).

• PAN encourages people to go vegan to lighten their environmental footprints.

• PAN collects and recycles waste that cannot traditionally be recycled curbside.