How to Support Small Vegan Businesses in Vancouver

A list of ways to support Vancouver Vegan Small Businesses. I’ll continue to update this over the coming days!

 

Restaurants

The Juice Truck

Gift Card **in store only

Blue Heron Creamery

Gift Cards / Pre-order for home delivery

Chickpea

Gift Cards

MeeT

MeeT Restaurant Gift Card

Acorn

Gift Cards

Eternal Abundance

Online Purchase

Kokomo

Gift Cards

Umaluma

Gift Cards

Vegan Pudding Co.

Online Purchase

Bucha Brew

Online purchase / home delivery

Tea Sparrow

Subscription / Gift Cards

Gomae Meal Delivery

Gift cards

 

Other Ways You Can Help

  • Support businesses you love by talking about them on social media, liking and sharing their posts
  • If school is cancelled, considering hiring someone who lost their job for childcare
  • For theatre ticket purchases you made, donate the ticket cost to the cancelled event
  • Refuse your refund for any cancelled events
  • If you’re still eating out, tip generously
  • Purchase dishes from local restaurants that freeze well
  • Check out online farmers markets (for San Diego see marketbox.sd)
  • If you have standing reservations with restaurants that are still open, cancel them instead of no-showing
  • Visit smaller markets (eg. Asian, Persian ones) for food staples
  • Shop online at smaller local stores for early Easter gifts or upcoming birthday parties
  • Pre-book future hair appointments
  • Support local artists / place orders for future purchases so they can work through the slow period
  • Order local micro greens from Ridge Urban Farm
  • Purchase 10-class passes / punch card to yoga studios, gyms, spin studios etc
  • Switch your in-person appoints to online / Facetime consults
  • Donate to local organizations (money or non-perishable goods to food banks)
  • Ask neighbours or the elderly if they need help stocking up on goods
  • Take yoga classes online (see Dani Parks on Facebook — classes are by donation)
  • Buy coffee beans and tea from local coffee shops
  • Buy bread and buns from local bakeries instead of large stores
  • Stock up on toys / activities for kids to keep them busy while out of school
  • Sign up for CSA boxes from small local farmers

 

 

 

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