Animal Writes
From 10 November 2002 Issue

National Gentle Thanksgiving
From Farm - [email protected]     

We invite you to join the national Gentle Thanksgiving campaign.

Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate life, not take it. Please take a couple of hours this month to share some veggie treats, distribute leaflets, or set up an information table (more ideas below). We ask you to do something (anything) for the 40-50 million turkeys slaughtered for this one day "celebration."

Participating is easy. You can:
  -  Share veggie treats with your friends & family
  -  Set up an information table
  -  Distribute leaflets
  -  Hold a vigil or fast
  -  Visit a local TV or radio station
  -  Visit a shelter
  -  Distribute food samples, or
  -  Show a video (at church, at a club, or on the street)

Visit our web site at: or call 888 FARM USA to get advice, to obtain useful materials, and to register your event.

Registering your plans is important and enables you to:
  1. Receive an Action Kit (inc. handout, petition & more)
  2. Increase the national participation numbers and attract media attention
  3. Inform activists in your community

FARM is working with United Poultry Concerns and Turtle Island (maker of the fabulous Tofurky) to draw attention to the compassionate alternatives to the cruel and unnecessary tradition of consuming innocent, feeling turkeys.

Turtle Island will donate free Tofurky for select events so please contact us today.

Thank you for your active compassion. I look forward to hearing from you.

Dawn Moncrief, Gentle Thanksgiving 2002

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