These are humane education groups who align with our vision and mission, and offer educational presentations in classrooms and/or online in Canada.
IN CLASSROOM ONLY
The Vancouver Humane Society (VHS) is a registered charity dedicated to the humane treatment of all animals. VHS offers presentations in a flexible format to high school and university classes/groups about the impact of modern animal agriculture and the benefits of a plant-based diet in helping to protect animal welfare, as well as the planet and public health. In addition to presentations, VHS also collaborates with student groups, school administrators, food service staff, teachers and parents to improve access to plant-based options on school menus.
Metro Vancouver | British Columbia, Canada
IN CLASSROOM AND ONLINE
The Canadian Society For Humane Science is a registered Canadian charity that inspires tomorrow’s science leaders and policy makers, and equips them with knowledge of non-animal methods through classes and courses, top-rated in-person seminars, and plentiful educational resources, as well as relevant and worldly online content.
In Classroom | British Columbia, Canada
Online | Canada
FFAC is a non profit organization that educates tens of thousands of students each year on the ecological, public health, animal welfare, and social justice impacts of industrial agriculture, and the power of our food choices. FFAC provides customized presentations to fit all formats and time constraints, and focus on information most relevant to the audience. Presentations are available for high schools, universities, businesses and stakeholders.
In Classroom | British Columbia & Ontario, Canada
Online | Worldwide
ONLINE ONLY | WORLDWIDE
Farm Sanctuary provides free age-appropriate presentations—both virtually and in-classroom—by our humane educators, as well as free downloadable curriculums for teachers and parents that meet Next Generation Science Standards and National Art Standards.
This is a USA-based group, but they do offer their presentations online to Canadians.