Help animals by eating at these 26 plant-based restaurants in Vancouver

Nov 29 2019, 9:44 am

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Following shop-til-you-drop Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Tuesday marks “Giving Tuesday” — which is the biggest day of charitable giving of the year.

And lucky for Vancouver foodies, a new collab between the Vancouver Humane Society, the Happy Herd Farm Sanctuary and dozens of local businesses is helping give back to farm animals.

The two charities have teamed up with 26 businesses in Metro Vancouver offering plant-based fare to raise $15,000 — which will be used to help farmed animals in BC.


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These participating businesses are offering a percentage of their sales on Giving Tuesday to the two groups, to help the menagerie of animals at the farm, and VHS’s Veg Outreach program, which includes Plant-Based Plates and

Here’s a look at some of the participating eateries: 

Virtuous Pie – $5 from every Holiday Pizza sold on Giving Tuesday at both UBC & Chinatown locations will be donated

The Pie Hole – 15% of sales from vegan pies in-store or online on Dec 3rd

Vegan pecan pie from The Pie Hole

Vegan pecan pie from The Pie Hole

Chickpea Food Truck / Restaurant – 10% of sales from both the food truck and restaurant on December 3rd

Bluhouse Market & Café – 10% of sales on December 3rd will be donated to our campaign

Larry’s Market – $2 from every vegan pizza sold on December 3rd will be donated towards our campaign

Chickpea/Daily Hive

Lotus Seed Vegan– 10% of all sales on December 3rd will be donated to our campaign

Panago Pizza – donating $1 from every small, medium and large vegan pizza sold on Tuesday, December 3rd at their Abbotsford locations

Tao Organics – 10% of sales from December 3rd will be donated to our campaign

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Here’s the full list of 26 participating businesses.

And if you can’t make it out to eat on Giving Tuesday, you can also donate and learn more about the campaign here.