Please Make the Vegan Pledge Now

The last issue of PoultryPress (Spring/Summer 1995, p. 6) announced that the Summit for the Animals passed a Resolution in April presented by United Poultry Concerns, Association of Veterinarians for Animal Rights, and Farm Sanctuary "to adopt a vegan meal policy for our organizational functions, including fundraisers, and to encourage and help our companion organizations to serve only vegan meals at their functions, thereby showing the strong and creditable leadership which speeds public acceptance of progressive social attitudes and customs."

United Poultry Concerns is pleased to list the following signatories to this Resolution: Alley Cat Allies, Animal Legal Defense Fund, Animal Protection Institute, The Animals' Agenda, The Animals' Voice, Association of Veterinarians for Animal Rights, Committee to Abolish Sport Hunting, The Elephant Alliance, Farm Animal Reform Movement, Farm Sanctuary, Friends of Animals, The Fund for Animals, The Humane Farming Association, In Defense of Animals, Last Chance for Animals, National Alliance for Animals, New England Anti-Vivisection Society, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, Performing Animal Welfare Society, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Primarily Primates, Progressive Animal Welfare Society, Psychologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, St. Charles Humane Society (MO), St. Louis Animal Rights Team (MO), United Animal Nations, United Poultry Concerns.

If you belong to an animal protection organization that is still serving animal products, urge your group to adopt an ethically consistent meal plan. Please let us know that your group has adopted the Vegan Meals Only Policy so that we can add your group to the growing list of organizations dedicated to the ethical treatment of all animals. Signatory groups will be published in forthcoming issues of PoultryPress.

Vegan Meals Only Policy

I am proud to add our group to the growing number of animal advocacy and vegetarian organizations that have adopted an ethically consistent meal plan free of animal products.




Mail to:
United Poultry Concerns
P.O. Box 59367
Potomac, MD 20859