New Generation Veggie Executive Director

By Christina Cuenca

When I was approached in the summer of 2013 to help create a modern, inclusive online community for vegan, vegetarian and veg-curious families, I was over the moon. This was something I knew was desperately needed, and I wanted to […]

New Generation Veggie Secretary

By Renae Corcoran

I’m excited and honored to join the Generation Veggie Board of Directors as Secretary! I became involved with Generation Veggie several years ago, after learning about their Kickstarter campaign. Since I’m a parent, a web developer by trade, and have […]

Generation Veggie Coloring Sheets are Now Available!

By Reannon Branchesi

We are excited to announce that Generation Veggie has partnered with Carlos Patino, author of “Dave Loves Chickens,” to create two coloring sheets that your plant-powered kids will love! These coloring sheets are available for free, and you can download […]

2016 Family-Friendly VegFests

By Ashlee Cartwright

VegFests are the best! Attending a VegFest is a great way to sample yummy food (for free!), meet other vegetarians and vegans, and learn more about animal-friendly organizations and businesses. The majority of VegFests are also family-friendly, with many even […]

Buy a Generation Veggie T-Shirt!

By Reannon Branchesi

We are excited to offer limited edition T-shirts for sale for your whole veggie family! Click here to view all the T-shirts available.  Generation Veggie is a nonprofit organization run entirely by volunteers, and we have big plans for 2016. […]

Tell Your Story on Generation Veggie!

By Reannon Branchesi

We launched Generation Veggie earlier this year as the first nonprofit organization focused exclusively on vegan and vegetarian families. We are small group of volunteers across the United States who manage and write content for the site in between our […]

Reannon Branchesi and her Girls

Welcome to Generation Veggie

By Reannon Branchesi

The idea for Generation Veggie was born when my now 3-year-old twins were still in utero. I remember being five months pregnant and feeling frustrated with the lack of information about vegan pregnancy online. There were a few articles and […]