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Heather Mills Donates $1 Million of Vegan Food to Bronx Children

Heather Mills in the Bronx on Saturday

Heather Mills in the Bronx on Saturday

Heather Mills has donated $1 million worth of vegan food to the Hunts Point Alliance for Children. The food will be distributed to impoverished children in Hunts Point, Bronx. Mills kicked off the donation with a vegan barbecue over the weekend, and was awarded a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition by Congressman Jose Serrano.

Sure, it’s cynical ploy for good publicity, but if only all celebrities would rehabilitate their reputations through such vegan-friendly methods! You can’t deny the real benefit to the animals and the school children.


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    I prefer this type of vegan activism to the constant emphasis on animal welfare issues and media stunts.

    It’s humanitarian and gets away from the more typical single-issue perception of vegan activism. It’s very easy to defend giving children fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts and seeds even if people are put off by the term “vegan food.”

    Sure, we are not all Heather Mills with that sort of money at our disposal, but this is a good example of what vegan activism should be doing.

    This is the way to win hearts and minds.

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    This is a great way to show veganism in a positive way.

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