Food Love by Might Be Vegan is a national, direct-to-door hunger relief effort providing families in need with nutritious, plant-based food at no cost to them, to strengthen health outcomes and work towards greater food justice in the U.S.
The program has a strong focus on BIPOC and other historically marginalized communities.
*Contributions are not tax-deductible. We are NOT a 501(c)3.
All contributions (less transaction fees) made via
GoFundMe are used to help offset food costs.
how it works...
Our community advocates identify individuals and families in their area who are experiencing food insecurity.
They request support for these families using our secure system, and then our team of volunteers matches them with one of our partner brands to handle food orders and manage deliveries.
Our food delivery partners then pay the cost of food and shipping.
why plant-based foods?
faq for advocates
As of 2021, we are serving families in 48 states and Washington, DC. Our families are referred from licensed social and caseworkers around the country.
If you are a licensed social or caseworker, please see the FAQ below for more information
Are you still serving families?
What areas do you serve?
How much does it cost?
Where will the food come from? Which brand partner will match with the client?
How long will it take to get matched and have food delivered?
How will I know if my client has been matched with a brand?
How will I know when the shipment is on the way?
Once your client has been matched with a brand, they will receive an email from foodlove [at] mightbevegan.co. That brand is then responsible for contacting the client directly to provide details about the delivery and shipment.
How many of my clients can I add to the list?
Who qualifies for this service?
How many deliveries will my client receive?
Can individuals sign themselves up?
No. Social or caseworkers need to sign up their clients.
If I'm not a licensed social or caseworker, can I sign up families?
Are your meals allergen-friendly?
Can you accommodate Spanish-speaking households?
Are you able to accommodate dietary restrictions?
Are you able to make special accommodations for our homeless population?
This program is geared for the housing insecure.