abillionveg is an exciting new app that allows you to rate and review any vegan meal you have at a restaurant, vegan products from the supermarket, vegan cosmetics, clothing, shoes or accessories you buy. You can review anything as long as it fits into the categories of Food, Apparel or Health & Beauty.
The best thing about abillionveg is that for every ten reviews that include a photo, you get 10 credits, equal to $10 US Dollars, which you can donate to an animal rights organisation or sanctuary!
This is an easy and amazing way to help animals while simply going about your daily life!
We are incredibly excited to share that as of August 2019 Animal Liberation Victoria became the first Australian animal rights organisation to be supported by abillionveg.
Please download the abillionveg app and start reviewing!
Rate your meal when you eat out, the food in your pantry, the tooth paste, moisturiser or deodorant you use – anything vegan!
For every 10 reviews you post (with photos) you will be able to donate $10 US dollars to Animal Liberation Victoria.
Please share this page and get as many people on board as you can! Receiving regular donations not only helps ALV to continue our life-saving work, but to create new and innovative campaigns to end animal abuse.
Thank you as always for your support!
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