The finalists for Best Animal Rights Group 2018 are : Animal Aid, NAWC, League Against Cruel Sports, Vegan Outreach Scotland, Hunt Saboteurs Association, Sea Shepherd, Manchester Pig Save, Cats Protection and Sheffield Animal Action
Best Animal Rights Group
Voting closes on 1st July 2018. Good luck to all our finalists. To vote for other categories ( Vegan Awards 2018 ).
The winner of best vegan cakes / deserts was the amazing Vegan Cakery, over 53,000 people voted via our polling system, and the winners announced at Sheffield Vegan Festival on July 23rd by Fiona Oakes.
Michelle, who has donated thousands of pounds to animal sanctuaries and charities since the company began in 2012, said: “This really does mean so much to me. “I can’t express how grateful I am to all of the people who voted for The Vegan Cakery in the Vegan Awards UK. “My amazing customers are the ones who help to make the Cakery what it is.
This is all thanks to them. “As raising money for animal charities and sanctuaries was one of the main driving forces behind starting the business in the first place, I like to think as many votes were because of that as they were for the quality of my cakes and treats.” Michelle was presented with the award by vegan athlete Fiona Oakes, who holds three world records having completed marathons all over the world, including in Antarctica and the North Pole.
Michelle said: “It was so nice accepting the award from Fiona. “She’s someone I admire hugely for her incredible athletic prowess, her promotion of the huge benefits of a vegan diet and the inspiring work she does for animals with her own sanctuary in Essex. “
The Vegan Awards 2016 were held in Sheffield on the 23rd July. Over past year we have logged in excess of 53,000 votes on our database, all votes were tracked by ip & cookie to reduce any fraudulent votes.
These are the winners and finalists for this years Vegan Awards 2016.