Tell Your Story on Generation Veggie!


You don't need to have a manicure or access to a sun-drenched room to write for Generation Veggie!

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 day jobs, snack time, and carting our kids to events. And, we need you!

While our families are sometimes spread apart, our numbers are growing and Generation Veggie provides a resource for expert nutrition information, recipes, personal stories, insights into compassionate parenting, and much more. We want Generation Veggie to reflect the diversity of our families, and we want to share your story and voice. Even if you don’t consider yourself a “writer,” we still want to hear from you! If you already write for a personal blog but would like to reach a larger audience or just write for us from time to time, we want to hear from you!

Here’s a list of just some of the ideas we have for content: pregnancy and adoption stories; advice on starting school and dealing with social situations; recipes for young eaters; recipes your whole family loves; animal-friendly craft ideas; holiday recipes and rituals; how you teach your child about veganism and compassionate living; managing extended family; co-parenting when your child’s other parent isn’t vegetarian; how to be active for animals as a family; or whatever topic strikes your fancy!

If you are interested in sharing your voice and experience with other veggie parents, please contact us (and please tell your parent friends about this opportunity!). We are excited to continue growing Generation Veggie and to raise kindhearted, plant-powered kids with you!

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Reannon is the founder of Generation Veggie. She has been an animal advocate since 2000 and a fan of “The X-Files” since 1995. Reannon is a cake enthusiast who lives with her husband and 5-year-old twin girls in Madison, Wisconsin.