Medecins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders is an humanitarian aid organization consisting of doctors, nurses and various other health professionals whose mission is providing medical aid during/in war ridden countries, natural disasters, epidemics, and impoverished nations lacking proper healthcare systems. Social Networks: YouTube | Facebook | Tumblr | Twitter |
Map International is an organization providing healthcare professionals with proper protective gear and medical supplies to help treat Ebola patients and combat the spread of the deadly disease. Every $1 provides $60 in medical supplies for those in need. Social Networks: Facebook | Twitter |
With a goal of $400,000 and only $88,659 left to reach that goal, Global Giving is providing medical supplies to West African countries devastated by the Ebola outbreak. In addition they are providing adequate education on preventing the spread of the disease in local communities within Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Nigeria. Social Networks: Facebook | Twitter |
Samaritan’s Purse is developing community care centers in the hardest hit areas of Liberia. Their public health initiatives include providing proper education to local communities on the Ebola disease, supplies, caregiver training, and infection prevention kits. Social Media: Facebook | Twitter |
Various Other Credible Charities:
Keep In Mind: When donating to a charity you want to make sure that at least 75% of contributions (grants,fundraising,donations-YOUR MONEY) goes towards the program.
All the charities listed above have a percentage of 85 and above. Your money is well invested and used properly to provide care to others in need. None of the CEOs are ranking in $500,000 in compensation. Don’t fall victim to some of the BS marketing charities do now a days to get your money. Do your research and donate wisely: CharityNavigator + CharityWatch
P.S. Don’t be an ignorant fuck: What is Ebola?
Resources for eating vegan on a budget!
- Vegan on $15 a Week
- 18 Tips for Minimizing Your Food Costs + Final $2 a Day Menu
- Vegan Dollar Menu (Vegan for $3 a Day)
- Eating Vegan on $21 a Week (The Food Stamp Budget)
- Eating a Healthy Vegan Diet for Less Than $5 a Day
- Vegan on $10 a Day (or less!)
- Vegan on a Budget: Tips for Creating Delicious and Affordable Meals
- 6 Tips to Eat Vegan on a Budget
So this is basically a list of every day products I (as well as a couple from loveyourchaos) use that are vegan and cruelty free. If you can’t find a store near you to purchase any of these products at, you can find them on Amazon. Remember to check products for the cruelty free
1 - gives kibble to dogs in shelters with a single click
2 - gives 10 pieces of kibble to dogs in shelters, whether you get the question right or not
3 - gives 10 pieces of kibble to cats in shelters, whether you get the question right or not
4 - gives cat litter to cats in shelters with a single click