SHARAN (Sanctuary for Health and Reconnection to Animals and Nature) is an organisation devoted to spreading awareness about holistic health and an ecologically sustainable compassionate lifestyle. We believe that all life on the planet is interconnected. By reconnecting we can heal ourselves and the earth.
Our mission is to help you regain an optimal quality of life by guiding you to engage actively with your own health. We empower you to make long-term lifestyle changes that will make you as healthy as possible for the rest of your life.
Sadhana Forest is an international, vegan, volunteer-based organization focused on creating long-term food security through environmental restoration. Globally, there are 133 million malnourished people living in arid areas who have private land but are not using it to grow food due to lack of water and agricultural knowledge. Sadhana Forest trains local people in India, Haiti and Kenya in the use of water-saving irrigation techniques and provides them with free seedlings to plant drought-resistant, indigenous, food-bearing trees around their homes. These indigenous food forests are well protected from cutting and animal grazing by their owners. Sadhana Forest won third prize at The Humanitarian Water and Food Awards in Denmark, 2010. Every year the organization’s India, Haiti, and Kenya centers host and train a total of over 1,500 volunteers, students, and interns from around 50 countries.
Jiviniti Coalition is a women-led coalition seeking urgent policy change towards a plant forward, climate compassionate economy and international nutrition guidance founded upon a Whole Foods Plant Based approach to growing and eating our food. We are an international, equal opportunity coalition of women leaders and our coalition has written an Open Letter and an Online Petition requesting the incoming U.S. administration to take decisive action against industrialized animal agriculture amongst other things. Read our Open Letter here and sign our Petition here.
The Inclusive Responsibility website gives a preview of the book Rethinking Food and Agriculture: New Ways Forward, edited by Amir Kassam and Laila Kassam. The book proposes ways to move beyond the current unsustainable exploitation of natural resources towards agroecological sustainability and overall sustainability of the food and agriculture system based on ‘inclusive responsibility’. The website shares extracts from each of the 20 chapters and provides information about each of the authors.
Animal Save Movement India is a part of a global network of grassroots activists working to raise awareness about the benefits of a vegan lifestyle.
We are proponents of non-violent activism and inspired by the core values of ahimsa.
We have two branches:
The Climate Save Movement is centred on ending animal agriculture, reforesting the earth, and phasing out fossil fuels.
The Health Save Movement promotes plant-based nutrition to improve health and enhance food justice.
The Pollination Project is a global community of over 4,000 grassroots changemakers in 116 countries. These visionary servant leaders bring their hopes for a kinder, more compassionate world. In return, TPP offers seed funding, capacity-building support, belief, and connectivity with other aligned leaders.
TPP believes in heartism: that how changemakers approach their work in the world is as important as the work itself; the journey is as meaningful as the destination. The heartivist path invites changemakers to look inward and cultivate practices that sustain activism over the long-term, while also building greater peace, connection, and kindness in the world.
Samayu is a movement of people and organizations who care about the interconnectedness of animals, people and our planet, working together to create a just, fair world for ALL. We bring together students, experts, activists, consumers, philanthropists who work for animals, climate change, public health and more. We multiply our power by joining together on a single platform to create a powerful, unstoppable momentum for sustainability, equity and protection of nature and animals.
Food for a Green Planet is our first activator, a three month long convening process where experts from different domains across the nation come together to brainstorm on solutions for intersecting issues of animal agriculture, environment, public health, economic, climate resilience and diversification in farming communities.