On this page you will find links to websites that will have everything that you need to support you on your vegan journey, from food to footwear to face cream.
The Vegan Society's founding vision was to create a world in which humans do not exploit other animals. They support and promote vegan lifestyles for the benefit of animals, people and the environment. Their website has many resources, including downloads and recipes, that are helpful to new and old vegans as well as the the vegan curious. The also have a separate website for teens, The Teen Hub where teens can find everything that they need to thrive as a vegan. The Vegan Society also launched the sunflower vegan trademark that you see on food, beauty and other other products. This mark means that you can feel secure in knowing that the products does not contain any animal products and was not tested on animals in production.
The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Foundation is a UK-based charity dedicated to establishing and protecting the rights of all animals. PETA work around the world educating policymakers and the public about animal cruelty and promote an understanding of the right of all animals to be treated with respect. On their website you will find information on their investigations, up-to-date news on cruelty that is still going on and how you can join them to make it stop. You will also find general vegan news, support and recipes. The PETA website is very explicit, the photos and videos that they show you are the complete truth, images are not blurred or obscured and can be really hard to look at, this website is not advised for childrren.
PETA Kids is an America based branch of PETA that is for kids, but also parents. It is a really fun site; there are games, printables, activities, videos and loads of animal facts. They even have comics that you can read online. In the food section you can find information on food items from plant milk to vegan pizzas. There aren't many good websites for vegan kids, but this is one of the best.
Vegan Beauty Girl is run by Nicole Whittle She is an award-winning vegan beauty blogger. The website has ethical, affordable and sustainable alternatives to your favourite beauty products and advice for vegan living.
Vegan Liftz is a website for vegans that are into fitness, exercise and weightlifting. They have advice on training and nutrition that wold be useful to anyone in fitness. With the main aim being veganism, vegans can find leather-free training equipment, supplements that would be good for vegans, but also supplements that are vegan, dairy-free protein supplements and more. The website is for adults but teens that are trying to get healthy or build some muscle will find tips that will help on their journey.
Vegandy is the UK's premier vegan specialist directory for vegans and potential vegan enthusiasts. Their Vegan directory includes plant-based food, health, vegan services, vegan cakes, cruelty-free beauty, clothing and more.
Sweet Potato Soul is a vegan chef, health coach and cooking instructor. The website is full of healthy and tasty recipes that include tofu scramble, chocolate cookies, muffins, nachos and sourdough pizza.