Every time you bake without dairy or eggs, you’re baking a difference! You’re promoting the life and liberty of cows and chickens and contributing to your health. But on April 26 through May 4, you can bake a difference on a grand scale by taking part in the World Wide Vegan Bake Sale.
This event is SO cool with groups from across the world holding vegan bake sales. Each group gets to choose its venue, what to sell, and how to use the proceeds. In the first five years of the event, participating groups raised $250,000 for a diversity of causes throughout the world. This year, 150 or more bake sales spanning six continents will likely raise another $50,000.
1. It’s a fun way to introduce people to the joy and tastiness of vegan foods.
2. Raise money for your cause.
3. Be part of an event that will publicize the bennies of an animal-free diet.
The Inland Empire Vegan Meetup I recently joined is holding a sale, but I found out about it too late to take part this year. I’ll be participating next year for sure, however! I’m already thinking about what I want to bake. I’m considering One Happy Table’s Crunch Candy Bars or The Lazy Vegan Baker’s Amazing Vegan Brownies, Seriously.
It may not have been for the World Wide Vegan Bake Sale, but Angela from Uberdish recently baked a difference. Check out her post, Chocolate Chip Cookies for a Cause.
If you’re participating, do tell what you’re baking!!