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Leafleting can make a world of difference: have a heart, go veg leafleting!

2014 Leafleting Summary

# of Leaflets:  14,526
# of Leafleting Events: 21
# of Volunteers per Event:  1 to 3
Cities Leafleted (# of visits):  Fairfield (4), Napa (5), Pleasant Hill (6), San Francisco (2), Vallejo (4)
Types of Venue (# of visits):  3 colleges (17), 1 Farmer’s Market (4)

Vegan leaflets used include Compassionate Choices, Your Choices, Even If You Like Meat and Guide to Cruelty Free Eating by Vegan Outreach and Have We Been Lied To by FARMUSA.

2014 Leafleting credit goes to, in alphabetical order, Darren, Debbie, Don, Illan, Tammy, Todd; thank you also to Dariece who is stamping our leaflets with our group info.

Animal People volunteering for the Animals

If you would like to get started leafleting, please consider joining us at one of our events or consider “adopting” your own nearby local college or Farmer’s Market.  We can give you suggestions to get started, and recommend a thorough review of the Adopt a College program by Vegan Outreach and the Compassionate Activist Network by FARMUSA.  BAVeg is a member of both programs and their materials.

In the San Francisco Bay Area, Vegan Outreach and the Humane League have a strong leafleting presence via their staff & volunteers.  So if you’re looking to join someone for leafleting, there’s a really good chance that they will be leafleting at a college near you.

Next Outreach/Leafleting Events by BAVEG

01/12 BAVeg College Leafleting – Diablo Valley College (Pleasant Hill) Add event to your local calendar
01/14 BAVeg College Leafleting – Solano Community College (Fairfield) Add event to your local calendar
01/17 BAVeg Outreach at Vallejo Farmer’s Market – Vallejo Add event to your local calendar
01/21 BAVeg College Leafleting – Napa Add event to your local calendar

(see calendar for full list )

Note:  The non-human animals featured in the collage were photographed at Animal Place sanctuary, when the sanctuary was located in Vacaville; currently the sanctuary resides further north, in Grass Valley.