Welcome

Do Well, By Doing Good

"This site can help Vegan consumers invest in products and companies they love. It's conscious economy coming to life. I love it!"

–Esther Bertram, Founder of In Vegans We Trust

How this club works

We have 3 phases

Phase 1: A limited number of members like you join to be alerted of the 1st company in Phase 2.
Phase 2: One or two selected companies invite club members to invest in their company.
Phase 3: After success of the first company, the club will begin notifying members of several Vegan companies in need of Equity Crowdfunding every month.

Expect to see tens of thousands of new members join worldwide! Vegan investing is a movement.

What you'll get as a member

News on the Vegan economy and stories from other Vegans who've invested in Equity Crowdfunds. And you get early notification of Vegan companies doing a Crowdfunding where you can invest starting at $100 and get bonus shares.

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Early Bird discounts

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Bonus shares

(On a deal by deal basis)

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Bonus perks

The Vegan economy is rising

How this community of small investors will work

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Beginning in Phase 2, watch for a company you and your friends love.

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Invest & begin telling all your friends acting as an informal ambassador.

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In Phase 3, cash out if it goes public or gets acquired.

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"Be the change you wish to see in the world."

Mahatma Gandhi

Why people love this club

Help accelerate the Vegan economy

A pound of beef can take 1,800 to 4,000 gallons of water to produce. According to the Water Footprint Network, the average water footprint per gram of protein of beef is six times larger than for legumes.

Source: Forks Over Knives Film

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Mentions and endorsements

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"Let food be thy medicine."

Hippocrates