Tickets for the Fall Fundraiser are Sold Out!
Thanks to everyone who purchased tickets for our Fall Fundraiser on November 9th.

Please check-in at the registration table on the 2nd floor of The Old Shillelagh (349 Monroe St. in Detroit). No ticket needed. The 2nd floor will open at 5 pm and the buffet will begin at 5:30 and end at 7, so you will have plenty of time enjoy all of the great food. The dessert table will follow dinner and raffle drawings will take place throughout the evening. Drawing times will be posted and you must be present to win!
Tickets Include:
  • Vegan buffet including desserts & non-alcoholic drinks

  • Cash bar with special drink menu for event

  • Goody bag full of great vegan items

  • A raffle ticket for a chance to win great prizes, including gift cards from Detroit Vegan Soul, Veg-O-Rama, and Chili Mustard Onions. Purchase additional raffle tickets to increase your chance of winning!

  • House Made Vegan Turkey with Mashed Potatoes and Gravy (GF)
  • Walnut Sausage Sage Stuffing 
  • Green Bean Casserole
  • Orange Glazed Carrots (GF)
  • Mac and Cheese Casserole
  • Harvest Salad (GF): field greens, dried cranberries, roasted butternut squash, roasted squash seeds, and Granny Smith apples served with agave Dijon mustard dressing
  • Rolls and Vegan Butter
  • Dessert Table
  • Non-alcoholic Drinks (Alcoholic drinks will be available separately for purchase.)
Thanks to Our Fall Fundraiser 2019 Sponsors!
Events This Month
Dr. Kahn Speaking in Ann Arbor
If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about the benefits of a plant-based diet, join VegMichigan for this free presentation and plant-based food tasting at the Ann Arbor District Library (343 S. 5th Ave.) on Thursday, November 7th at 7pm. Click Here for details.
Check out our calendar for details on upcoming events or visit the Meetup page for your area: Metro Detroit , Flint , Greater Lansing , and Ann Arbor Area .
VegMichigan Programs are Having a Positive Impact
Nearly 50 people came out to the Canton Public Library in October to learn about the benefits of a plant-based diet and to taste delicious plant-based food samples provided by Veg-O-Rama. Marc Ramirez shared a powerful message of how he reversed his chronic diseases by eating a plant-based diet. You can learn more about Marc's incredible transformation at
Now Hiring: Director of Programming
VegMichigan is hiring a Director of Programming who will be responsible for the planning, development, and implementation of the organization’s programming, marketing, communications, and public relations activities. For details on this position and how to apply, click here .
Please Welcome Our New Board Member
Congratulations to Jeri Schneider who has joined VegMichigan's Board of Directors as our newest board member. Jeri has supported VegMichigan for many years as a member, a VegFest volunteer, a vegan cooking and baking presenter, co-organizer of Ann Arbor Veg Week, information tabler, and resident cook. Her passion for veganism started over 20 years ago when she became aware of the animal suffering and environmental degradation involved in animal farming, as well as the health benefits of eating plant-based. We're excited to have her on our team!
Action of the Month: Contact Your State Rep
State Senate Passes Senate Bill 174, Gives Egg Industry Six More Years to Comply
Last month, the Michigan senate narrowly passed Senate Bill 174 , which will delay cage-free requirements for egg-laying hens until 2025 leaving hens to suffer in tiny wire cages for another six years. This disappointing turn of events comes after the industry has already been given 10 years to comply (since the 2009 law passed to phase out cages). Please call the office of your state representative and ask them to oppose the bill because it delays protections for hens for too long. Click Here to find your state representative.
Thanksgiving is Fast Approaching and We've Got You Covered
Are you new to eating vegan or just want tips on how best to respond to non-vegan relatives at Thanksgiving? Check out Compassionate Holidays for delicious recipes that all can enjoy and for tips on how to honor tradition without the cruelty of serving a turkey from Colleen Patrick-Goudreau , podcast host and author of The Joy of Vegan Baking . Be sure to check out plant-based athlete and longtime vegan, Matt Frazier's blog on how he handles being vegan at Thanksgiving. And for 35 delicious vegan recipes that go beyond Tofurky, check out this article from Country Living . Wishing you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving!
If you have been to Unburger then you know that everything they make is delicious! Now you can have your entire Thanksgiving meal (or just a couple of side dishes) prepared for you by Unburger. Menu items include, Holiday Roast, Mashed Rosemary Potatoes, Baked Mac & Cheese, Sweet Potato Casserole, Cornbread Dressing, Cheesy Broccoli & Rice Casserole, Green Beans in Mushroom Onion Gravy, and Pumpkin Squares for Dessert. See Entire Menu Here .
Red Meat Study Partially Funded By Beef Industry
Controversial finding released last month from a recent group of studies that claimed there's no link between health problems and eating red meat caused outrage among nutritionists and academics. Now, the studies are being tied to funding from the beef industry itself. Click here to read more.
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VegMichigan is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization focused on promoting the health, environmental, and ethical benefits of a vegan diet. We work to educate the public by offering a wide range of activities for learning and socializing.