Food for Life Global is excited to announce that we are a top sponsor for the Animal and Vegan Advocacy Summit in Los Angeles, CA
July 27th - 30th
The Animal and Vegan Advocacy Summit (AVA) is a conference dedicated to creating a world in which animals are taken out of the food system and other human uses.
FFLG is thrilled to be a gold sponsor for the LA event and looks forward to meeting and working with the 100+ AVA speakers and guests, including independent filmmaker & content creator Ryuji Chau, Author Kathy Freston, and our very own Juliana Castaneda Turner, founder of Juliana’s Animal Sanctuary, the first animal sanctuary in Colombia.
Joining us at the Food for Life Global booth will be Jean Pierre, a nutrition and fitness consultant who has devoted over 30 years to improving the lives of others through his expertise in plant-based nutrition, physical fitness, women’s empowerment, geriatrics, and compassionate living.
In addition to our booth, FFLG will be providing each attendee with a sample of our vegan Impact Bars. Each bar purchased provides a vegan meal, plant a tree, or help an animal.
We’re looking forward to joining the AVA Summit this July! Together, we’ll work to bring awareness to the power of feeding the world with a cruelty-free, plant-based diet.
“If you are ever in doubt about how to do good in the world, speak up for animals. And join the many, many people doing so,” said Julia Reinelt, AVA Summit director. “Because our voices get louder when we gather.”
Paul Rodney Turner co-founded Food for Life Global in 1995. He is a former monk, a veteran of the World Bank, an entrepreneur, holistic life coach, vegan chef, and the author of 6 books, including FOOD YOGA and The 7 Maxims for Soul Happiness. Mr. Turner has traveled to 72 countries over the last 39 years, helping to establish Food for Life projects, train volunteers, and document their success.
Food for Life Global serves as the international headquarters for a network of affiliate projects in 60 countries, serving over 1 million plant-based meals daily. To date, FFLG has served over 8 billion free meals and is the world’s largest vegan food relief organization. Our projects also include disaster relief, plant-based nutrition advocacy, eco-farming, schooling, animal rescue, and animal care.
You can find more information about FFLG by visiting ffl.org
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