Welcome to the Vegan Society of P.E.A.C.E.
|"Be a Voice for Billions!"
© Vegan Society of P.E.A.C.E.
Vegan Society of P.E.A.C.E.:
People for the Earth, Animals, Compassion & Enlightenment
We are an independent, grassroots 501(c)(3) nonprofit community organization which educates the public on ethical vegan living, abolitionist animal rights advocacy, environmental responsibility, plant-based nutrition, world hunger solutions, and peace and nonviolence (Ahimsa). We are dedicated to promoting P.E.A.C.E. and Compassion for ALL sentient beings through education, outreach and advocacy.
Our headquarters is in the nation's 4th largest city -- Houston, Texas, and our membership base is global. Since our formation in 2004, we continue to be an independent, 100% volunteer-run organization advocating for veganism. We greatly appreciate the support and generosity of our members worldwide. Vegan Society of P.E.A.C.E. also produces and hosts VegFest Houston: The Premier Vegan Community Festival of Texas, and TEXAS GO VEGAN WEEK, an Annual Celebration of Vegan Living.
Our community organization actively works to create a peaceful world for ALL life on the planet. Join us in creating a society of peace, where people care for the earth, work to liberate all sentient beings from exploitation and oppression, and endeavor to enlighten the world through a message of universal compassion and nonviolence!
In March 2014, we will celebrate our 10-Year Anniversary! It has been an honor to inspire so many to live vegan and to "Be a Voice for Billions" of animals over the past decade! We look forward doing even more in the decades ahead. Thank you for your support!
With the support of our dedicated volunteers, we created and host the annual VegFest Houston festival which debuted in 2011. VegFest Houston is The Premier Vegan Community Festival of Texas and continues to grow each year!
This amazing, diverse, all-vegan community event is held right here in the nation's 4th largest city! It's no wonder, since Houston is ranked the 4th "Most Veg-friendly City" in the nation as of 2012, making us the top Texas Veg-friendly city!
This festival is produced entirely by volunteers from our nonprofit organization! Our popular event features vegan vendors and exhibitors, veg musicians, vegan and abolitionist animal rights speakers and product samples, as well as food demos, kids activities, giveaways and more. VegFest Houston promotes an ethical, compassionate and truly sustainable world for all!
Join us on Saturday, July 19, 2014 for our 4th Annual VegFest Houston! We are returning to Pershing Middle School Campus in the prestigious West University district of Houston to host one of the most diverse vegan festivals in the nation!!! ALL VENDOR BOOTH SPACES AND VOLUNTEER POSITIONS FOR VEGFEST 2014 ARE FULL!
Our "Texas Veggin'-out Days" campaign was created in 2006 and later evolved into "Texas Go Vegan Week". We were awared "Most Notable Outreach by a Group" by the North American Vegetarian Society (NAVS) in 2007 for launching this campaign.
Join us in celebrating and promoting ethical vegan living in Texas during the first week of October! This coincides with our World Vegetarian Day and World Farm Animals Day outreach.
Organizations and businesses throughout Texas are encouraged to participate. Several businesses have special offers and promotions during "Texas Go Vegan Week". We host outreach, education and dining events throughout the week here in the Houston area. Please contact us to request promotional cards.
Click here to see media coverage of our 2009 Meat-out outreach event and film screening in Houston!
Click here to see media coverage of our 2010 Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale Week event!
Click here to see media coverage of our 2011 Inaugural VegFest Houston and our 2012 2nd Annual VegFest Houston! VegFest Houston is the Premier Vegan Community Festival of Texas!
*Vegan Society of PEACE raised over $1,800 for Haiti Relief in 2010! Read more on our Spotlight page and see our announcement here!
Thanks to all who support our vegan bake sales, which benefit so many wonderful causes!