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Live and Let Livingston Receives $1000 Grant from The Pollination Project for promoting compassion in Montana

Live and Let Livingston Receives $1000 Grant from The Pollination Project for promoting compassion in Montana


LIVINGSTON, MT – The Pollination Project, a nonprofit organization that gives $1000 a day, every day, to individual change-makers and activists, awarded a grant to local resident Bonnie Goodman, founder of Live and Let Livingston, for her “hard core activism with a gentle touch”.

Goodman promotes compassion in Montana by sharing delicious vegan food and recipes with locals and tourists at events that are free and open to the public. Her monthly potluck has been featured in American Vegan Magazine and Victoria Moran’s Main Street Vegan Academy blog, to inspire others to create events in their communities. Live and Let Livingston teaches plant-based cooking classes, shares educational materials and a huge lending library of cookbooks and DVDs, gives away free food samples and recipes at health fairs, and participates every year in The Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale.

Bonnie explains, “It’s a way to live with kindness everyday. Those who want to make compassion the foundation of their lifestyle will want to consider veganism, because it’s a win-win-win: for people, animals, and the environment! It’s my goal to be there for the ‘veg-curious’, and to help local vegans find a sense of community.”

The Pollination Project funds projects that benefit people, planet, and animals in areas like environmental sustainability, social justice, community health and wellness, arts and media.

To view a full list of recipients to date please see http://thepollinationproject.org/
Said Goodman,“Thanks to the Pollination Project, for believing in my work and the impact in Montana. I’m so grateful for their support, and also so thankful to my husband, the volunteers, and dear friends who have helped over the years; from feeding spay/neuter clinic attendees, to handing out free kale salad at Farmer’s Market, and even dressing up like veggies for the Rodeo Parade!”
For more information visit Live and Let Livingston, on Facebook or Vegans Rock Montana on MeetUp.
About The Pollination Project - The Pollination Project awards $1000 in seed money to individual changemakers and activists who are working to make the world – or just their own community – a better, more peaceful, just and more sustainable place. The Pollination Project is a platform for investing directly in committed people who just need a little money to launch their social change vision. For more information or to apply please see www.thepollinationproject.org.

 

 

 

 

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