PAN Vegan Pledge - Philly

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Sign up for the Main Line Vegan Pledge Here!
Questions?
If you have questions regarding any of the pledges, please contact Leila Vaughan.
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Mentors commit to pair up with a pledge for the duration of the program and will check in with their pledges via phone, email, etc. on a weekly basis. Mentors must already be vegan and will be able to provide answers and resources to pledges. Sign up here!

Main Line Vegan Pledge Starts February 12, 2017

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The PAN Vegan Pledge program guides people through 30 days of being vegan with the program’s hands-on support. This support includes five weekly meetings consisting of cooking demonstrations, speakers addressing environmental, ethical, health, and practical issues, a personal mentor (experienced vegan), optional social events for even more support, and an incredible care package to make 30 days of being vegan that much easier. The program is FREE!

We do require a pre-pledge phone chat before the program starts, and pledges agree to consume only vegan items for the full 30 days.

Where and When

Sunday, February 12 1-3p The Church of Saint Asaph

Bala Cynwyd, PA

Sunday, February 19 1-3p The Church of Saint Asaph

Bala Cynwyd, PA

Saturday, February 25 9-11a Whole Foods Market

Wynnewood, PA

Sunday, March 5 1-3p The Church of Saint Asaph

Bala Cynwyd, PA

Sunday, March 12 1-3p The Church of Saint Asaph

Bala Cynwyd, PA

Main Contact

Dara Lovitz
dara.lovitz@gmail.com

 

The February 2016 Main Line Vegan Pledge Was a Great Success!

We had 31 individuals sign up for the Main Line Vegan Pledge program! We started the program off with a great nutritional discussion by Kerri Foxhill. Participants loved the mouth-watering vegan feast provided by Shakti Catering, who makes, in our opinion, the best rotis on the planet!

Mom’s Organic gave us a tour of their store and all of the wonderful vegan options within! And Vge Cafe treated participants to a healthful and tasty lunch including vegan enchiladas and broccoli in creamy, vegan cheese sauce.

Participants very much enjoyed the cooking demonstration by the lovely Rachel Pea Klein from Miss Rachel’s Pantry, during which they learned how to make The Best Banh Mi on Earth (unofficial title).

Professor Alex Bove led a thought-provoking discussion on the ethical implications of veganism and non-veganism, giving pledges a lot of helpful information to digest.

Other highlights of the program included our Vegan in a Non-Vegan world panels, powerpoint presentation on veganism and the environment, and presentation by EJ Soto, an 11-year old who talked about his decision to become vegan.

We were able to provide participants delicious food, thanks to Giant Supermarket, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods-Wynnewood, Batter and Crumbs, and Crust Bakery. And for a list of companies who donated products for our care packages, please see our sponsors page?

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