The Economist has dubbed 2019 The Year of the Vegan — and this Thanksgiving season, the Greg Fund’s favorite partners are busy making it so.
Saturday November 23
Poolesville MD: Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary hosts its annual Thanksgiving with the Turkeys, a vegan potluck that typically draws 1,000 people.
Grass Valley CA: Animal Place hosts a Pigs, Pumpkin Spice & Cider autumn tour.
Thanksgiving Day Thursday November 28
Washington DC: I’ll have a Food for Thought table at the Veg Society of DC Grand Hyatt Thanksgiving Gala, with information about grant money and other resources to help animal and environmental organizations go vegan.
Norfolk VA: PETA hosts a Vegan Thanksgiving Potluck.
Sunday December 15
High Falls NY: Following on the heels of its ThanksLiving Gala, Woodstock Farm Sanctuary hosts a vegan Brunch with the Birds.
Listen to The Exam Room podcasts of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. The Greg Fund’s sponsored episodes include Protecting Your Heart with Plants, Dr. Dean Ornish Live Q&A: Reversing Disease and Living Longer, Healthiest 3 Days Ever and more!
The Greg Fund gives special thanks for the Amherst Foundation’s generous 2019 contribution. Back in October 2015, Greg accepted a new position as head of research with Amherst Capital Management LLC – a position he did not live to fill. The Amherst Foundation’s donation is an impactful way to keep Greg’s memory and legacy alive.
The Greg Fund also thanks the following individuals and institutions who have contributed in 2019 to date: Anthony Bellotti, Alka Chandna, Jeana Curro, Jane Fisher, Lisa Hausner, Rob Haworth, Nancy Hughitt, Paul & Joni Jablansky, Steven Kehrli, Keith Kemplin, Adam Kobor, Deborah Kula, Ilona Lantos, Caryn Laurion, Syd Marcus, Jim McWalters, Michael Nardacci, Jim North, Diana Ok, Debbie Pedro, Jeanne Roush, Benevity Community Impact Fund, and Yount Hyde & Barbour, P.C.