Sponsoring good causes
One of the core reasons we organise Veggie Snow holidays is to raise funds for good causes. We do this by giving all the group leader discount raised to good causes rather than keeping it for ourselves. The more people who come on our trips and the earlier they book with us, the more we raise.
So book with us and get lovely exclusively vegan food and great company, all at the same price you would get if you booked yourself but without the hassle!
the March 2007 trip has so far funded:
- Vegan Campaigns (London) - Â£200 - free food fair promotion
- Midlands Vegan Campaigns - Â£150 - King's Heath free food fair expenses
- Vegan Coast to Coast Walk - Â£50 - sponsorship
- Local Veggie Web hosting - Â£352.32 - costs to host over 50 veggie & vegan websites
- activeg.org and veggiesnow.org domain names - Â£23.34
- Vegan Society forum for Council minutes - Â£98 - for software costs to make it happen
- Unsung Vegan Heroes first prize campaign funds - Â£100
- further funds are still available and how they are donated will feature here
Applying for Funds
If you've got a need for sponsorship for your veganising event, publicity or activity, then contact us, Sophie & Stephen Fenwick-Paul of Veggie Snow.
Author: Sophie Fenwick-Paul
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Story posted by on 2007-10-11 13:52:22.
Story last updated by on 2008-02-26 17:24:25.
Veggie Snow is a bunch of people who want to make it easier for you to cater for all the dairy-intolerant people, vegetarians and vegans who stay with you. People with special diets tend to be loyal customers who bring their friends. Giving them tasty dishes should serve you well and give you experience of making dairy-free dishes that are widely required and enjoyed.
Our tips and recipes will seriously help you if you have dairy-free or egg-free guests as well, as well as halal, kosher and other religious customers. Your eyes will be opened to a whole new tasty suite of dishes suitable for everyone.
There are no two ways about it, global warming is set to severely impact skiing in Europe and the rest of the world. So even if you are no environmentalist, if you want to be skiing in your later life, it's time to do something now!
We've found traveling by train to be the most restful and enjoyable way to the Alps. It is often the fastest, with short transfers, and can give you an extra couple of days skiing if you take a sleeper. We find that by taking a sleeper there is no better way to get there ready to ski. You'll also be helping the snow to last for many more years to come.
However, it is just not immediately obvious how easy it is to get to so many resorts in this way. So we're here to help.