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Herbaland Cares: Home for Hooves Giveaway x Fundraiser

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Support A Home for Hooves and enter to win a Vegan Essentials Gift Box!

We have met so many people in our vibrant Instagram community! We first met Zoe Peled about a year ago, through our social media and local events - she is an active member of the Vancouver Vegan Community, and our energies instantly clicked.

When Zoe reached out to us about her 34th birthday goal—to raise $3,400 for A Home for Hooves Farm Sanctuary—we immediately wanted to be part of it!

We're giving you a couple different ways to support A Home for Hooves by raising awareness and funds for their amazing work, all while entering to win one of our amazing Vegan Essentials boxes!

How to Enter

  • Enter on Instagram (1-2 entries)
  • Make a Donation (+10 Entries)
    • Choose 'general ticket' and choose the amount you would like to donate
    • DM @herbalandgummies on instagram or email pr(at)herbaland.ca and let us know your email address so we can track your entries!

    Winner will be announced March 4, 2019 via Instagram.

    A Home for Hooves Farm Sanctuary is a family-run, non-profit organization that provides vegan forever homes for rescued and abandoned animals, on Vancouver Island. The sanctuary was founded in September 2017 and is the second official farm sanctuary on Vancouver Island. A Home for Hooves works to ensure that their animals are provided the best care and a good quality home where they are able to live out their natural lives.

    Zoe Peled became vegetarian at a very young age, and has been vegan for almost 9 years. She is passionate about animal rights/welfare and redefining how we regard vegan food, activism, culture, and human perception of animals. Zoe comes from a vast professional background of Marketing, Events, Personnel Management, and Production. Currently she sits on the Board for Liberation BC, and founded the Vancouver Vegan Resource Centre (VVRC) this year.

     

     

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