Someone at the University of British Columbia was handing out your Compassionate Choices booklet. As a result, I have decided to become a vegan.
Because of your booklet, I've decided to go vegan. Keep up the great work.
I was given the brochure at El Camino College. I was really struck by the stories and the pictures so I want to give it a try. I love animals and I didn't know about the procedure farms use to raise them. It is so cruel and sad that I had contributed to this horror. So I want to help by not purchasing animal products. Thank you.
A young lady in Chicago, IL at my school (Malcolm X College) was passing out literature. I was very interested in this lifestyle change.
[Because of a] person handing out booklets, I am becoming a vegan.
I read the booklet handed me cover to cover and was in tears. I want to help.
Someone handed me a pamphlet at Harvard University. It was just what I needed – I've been struggling for a while with the question of whether to return to vegetarianism or not, and this information was just what I needed to inspire me to go for it. It was really encouraging that the pamphlet said it's okay to make exceptions occasionally if that will make a mostly vegetarian diet more sustainable for you. Taking it one day at a time is much less intimidating than the idea of never ever eating any meat again ever. Thank you so much for helping me do this!
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College of William and Mary.