School Outreach Program

We visit various schools as part of the “School Outreach Program” to present a workshop on the “Benefits of Being Vegan.” We teach secondary-level students about animal abuse and how we can inspire change by making compassionate food choices. As long as people keep consuming meat, there will always be a high demand for it in the market, which results in animal cruelty. We teach about veganism as a lifestyle based on compassion for animals, where people try to live by causing as less harm to animals as possible. As an organization dedicated to animal welfare, we work to rescue, care for, and shelter community animals. However, if everyone in the community is not on board and doesn’t actually care about animals, then the process of abuse and cruelty will never end. Therefore, this program is a small step toward an animal cruelty-free society by making our upcoming generation aware of the responsibilities and choices we have to make this society better for all beings. We also provide materials or booklets for students to study more about the nutritional facts of vegan foods.

We also seek to establish one vegan club in each school to encourage the students to participate in various vegan-friendly activities. Having reached more than 200 schools already, we have been able to form 200+ vegan clubs so far. Sneha’s Care fosters its partnership with educational institutions and community organizations to effectively implement this program.