It has been an incredible year for Compassion Over Killing, and we owe much of our success to donors and supporters like you. Your generosity has been the driving force behind our achievements, and now that we’ve gained serious momentum, we’re looking forward to accomplishing even more for animals in 2015, when we celebrate our 20th anniversary!
Looking back on 2014, thanks to you we won time and again – with successful corporate campaigns helping make vegan eating business as usual, exclusive reports on CNN featuring our hard-hitting investigations, record-breaking attendance at our DC VegFest celebration and so much more. See all of our highlights in our inspiring year-in review video!
We’ve also looked through all of our blogs from Voices of Compassion to see which stories you read and shared the most — and we thought it’d be fun to close out the year by pulling together a list of our Top 4 Blogs of 2014: Reader’s Choice!
So (drumroll please) – here are the top stories you loved the most:
- Campaign Victory: Dunkin’ Donuts Adds Almond Milk to its Menu! Dairy-free is demand — and the world’s largest coffee and baked goods chain listed to your requests!
- One Year Later: Google Proves Vegan “Trend” is Here to Stay! Whether it was the awesome Google Trends map or the fun photo of Jared Leto showing off his vegan pancake-flipping skills, this blog proved its own title: vegans set trends – and are here to stay!
- White Castle Knows what Customers Crave: Veggie Sliders! You may have seen our update this week that White Castle just rolled out a veggie slider nationwide, but back in July we told you about their vegan test menu – and you ate it up!
- Campaign Update: Subway Testing All-Vegan “Malibu Garden” & “Black Bean” Subs! In a victory for animals and compassionate eaters everywhere, this past summer Subway started putting vegan subs to test in Los Angeles. Shortly after we announced this excited campaign updates, Subway also brought back it’s vegan menu at select Washington, DC locations again!
If you enjoy these blogs and want to read more, check out our most recent posts — and be sure to share your favorite stories: Voices of Compassion.
From all of us, to all of you: Happy New Year!