If we’re lucky, most of us will never have to struggle for food. We’ll never have to wonder where our next meal is coming from, and our biggest food stressor of the day might be whether or not mom remembered to pack a dessert in our lunch bags. But not all of us are that lucky.
Every five seconds, a child dies from a hunger-related disease.
That’s 16,000 children a day.
The solution is simple: We can help people and animals by going vegan.
Raising animals for meat is an inefficient use of land that could be used for growing crops for people to eat instead. The food that is used to feed animals who are later slaughtered for meat would feed more people if people ate the crops directly.
Make the connection that going vegan can help stop world hunger by reminding people that when they fill their plates with meat, millions don’t eat at all.