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Raise your profile as a socially responsible organisation by donating and supporting a leading food-awareness organisation in Europe

If you’re looking to expand your organisation’s corporate social responsibility activities and enhance your commitment to carry out your business activities in an ethical and environmentally sustainable way, ProVeg has you covered.

ProVeg is an international food awareness organisation working to transform the global food system by replacing conventional animal-based products with plant-based and cultured alternatives. Our goal is to reduce the global consumption of animal-based products by 50% by the year 2040.

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Find simple and effective ways to contribute to alleviating some of the most pressing ecological and human-health challenges. 

Effectively communicate how you are tackling climate change and other important issues to your stakeholders and employees.

Build on your reputation as a leading socially responsible company, reduce your environmental impact, and support a sustainable future of food that is good for humans, animals and the planet. 

Claim a tax deduction for your charitable donations.

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