More than 2,500 people a day currently registering!
While we wait to hear whether President Trump will go vegan for January in exchange for a $1 million donation to a charity of his choice, we have a new offer to make: we will donate $1 to animal sanctuaries for every person who pledges to go vegan for January and signs up to receive our fantastic free resources.
Watch our interview with Royce Williams, US veteran and Ambassador of SiSu Animal Refuge:
100,000 people expected to sign up
Some of America’s leading physicians and nutritional research scientists have thrown their weight behind the campaign for people to go vegan for January. This is because the consumption of animal products is linked to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and some cancers—some of America’s biggest killers. Yet, these diseases are not inevitable and can be prevented, halted, and even reversed by changing what we eat.
Making America Healthy Again is about protecting Americans from some of our country’s most devastating illnesses, but it is also about protecting the country itself. Animal agriculture is a key driver of climate change, deforestation, air, earth and water pollution, and species loss, as well as contributing to antibiotic resistance, a raised risk of global pandemics, and animal suffering.
Whatever anyone’s motivation for going vegan for January, we have some fantastic resources to help them, including a Vegan Starter Kit, a Health & Nutrition Guide, and some delicious and healthy plant-based recipes. Everyone who signs up will also receive 31 days of inspirational newsletters throughout January, which feature the amazing filmed stories of many plant-based citizens, including former U.S. Marines Ronnie Penn, Bob Blackburn and Marc Holley, Army veteran Thomas Chartier, U.S. Navy fighter pilot Charles Hallum, U.S. Coast Guard Rescue Pilot Katie Pelkey, and Olympic medallist Dotsie Bausch.
Good health is for everyone, so please encourage friends and family to sign up and to embrace a New Year’s resolution that could change—or even save—their lives.