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Donations will be matched up to $10,000 for this campaign!

We’ll work with nearly 50,000 students across the United States this school year and can only imagine the positive change each will affect in their lifetimes.

In 2022, nearly 80% of students reported after our lessons that they’d reduce their consumption of animal products. 93% percent of those students also reported that they’d support legislation to help end factory farming as well as add more plant-based options in their schools.

We could NOT do this without your support. A gift of just $50 provides us the funding we need to teach a single class.

Brece Clark
Reached  students in 2022-23 school year
Claire in New York City
Reached 3480 students in 2022-23 school year
Fund New York City
Erin Zhang
Erin in The Bay Area
Reached 5964 students in 2022-23 school year
Fund The Bay Area
Keith Allison
Keith in Northern Ohio
Reached 6504 students in 2022-23 school year
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Natalie Amezcua
Natalie in Los Angeles
Reached 3959 students in 2022-23 school year
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Rowdy Keelor
Rowdy in San Diego
Reached 3432 students in 2022-23 school year
Fund San Diego

Factory Farming's Impact on our Planet

15.4% of global greenhouse gas emissions come from animal agriculture, comparable to all transportation (cars, trucks, trains, planes) combined.

Between 2000 and 2013, approximately 63% of deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon was due to cattle and feed crops.

Globally, factory farming uses 16% of the planet’s freshwater.

46% of all plastic in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch comes from fishing gear.

Our IMpact in the classroom

I have never felt so passionate about making a change even if it's only me that is trying to make a difference.”
Kaia, 9th grader in Denver

Rowdy provided a very engaging and informative presentation for my high school business class. The students learned the policy and financial considerations behind this industry, as well as a call to action and ways for students to get involved with this work. Highly recommended!"
Spencer, High School Teacher in San Diego

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