These are groups that offer humane education presentations for schools.
Metro Vancouver, BC
The Vancouver Humane Society (VHS) is a registered charity dedicated to the humane treatment of all animals. VHS offers presentations in a flexible format to high school and university classes/groups about the impact of modern animal agriculture and the benefits of a plant-based diet in helping to protect animal welfare, as well as the planet and public health. In addition to presentations, VHS also collaborates with student groups, school administrators, food service staff, teachers and parents to improve access to plant-based options on school menus.
Emily Pickett | firstname.lastname@example.org
FFAC is a non profit organization that educates tens of thousands of students each year on the ecological, public health, animal welfare, and social justice impacts of industrial agriculture, and the power of our food choices. FFAC provides customized presentations to fit all formats and time constraints, and focus on information most relevant to the audience. Presentations are available for high schools, universities, businesses and stakeholders.
Zoe Peled | email@example.com
PEACE is a volunteer run registered charity that offers presentations for Elementary Schools. The presentations centre around what we do as a charity, covering the stories of animals we’ve helped rescue and home at farm animal sanctuaries in BC and Alberta, as well as promoting plant based eating.
Sarien Slabbert | firstname.lastname@example.org