The Vegetarian Society teams up with Ecotricity
28 June 2012
A vegetarian diet is a great way to reduce your impact on the environment - which is why the Vegetarian Society is delighted with its new partnership with Ecotricity. Britain’s leading green energy company, Ecotricity invests its customers’ bills into building wind and solar mills that generate clean, green energy which they feed into the national grid.
Anyone switching their electricity or gas supply to Ecotricity will not only help the environment by supporting clean, green renewable energy, but Ecotricity will also donate up to £60 to the Vegetarian Society if you switch. This money helps support the work that we can do as a charity at no extra cost to our supporters. As an added thank you, if you switch before 14 July 2012 you will receive a fantastic £40 Lush voucher to spend in store or online on their fresh handmade cosmetics. Just visit www.vegsoc.org and follow the link.
The Vegetarian Society is an educational charity working to represent and support vegetarians in the UK. As well as its cookery school Cordon Vert, the charity runs campaigns such as Say Cheese, Silent But Deadly, V-Healthy and Fishconceptions. It also promotes better labelling through its Vegetarian Society Approved scheme for products and services. Since 1847 the charity has celebrated the benefits of a vegetarian diet for people, the planet and animals.
Notes to editors
- For more information or images contact Su on 0161 925 2012/Liz on 0161 925 2013 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
- Outside office hours the Vegetarian Society Press Office can be contacted on 07973 108 165/7. Alternatively visit the website for lots more information www.vegsoc.org
- A vegetarian does not eat any meat, poultry, game, fish, shellfish or crustacea, or slaughter by-products.