Our mission: To inspire people to choose a healthier, greener, more compassionate lifestyle through plant-based eating.

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By mail – 17 Baldwin St, 2nd floor, Toronto ON M5T 1L1

Support the Toronto Vegetarian Association 

Founded in 1945, the Toronto Vegetarian Association is Toronto’s go-to resource for all things veg. From our Vegetarian Directory to North America’s largest Vegetarian Food Festival, TVA has been promoting the benefits of meatless diets for more than 60 years! (Learn more)

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Save 5-15% on meatless meals and groceries

Save 5-15% on organic veggies, tofu and other groceries at health food stores; on tasty meatless meals at premiere restaurants; and on related products and services. Valid at more than 100 locations! (View Toronto Veg Card discount list / View conditions)

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Vegetarian Food Festival 2013

Photo by Olga Moroz. View on Flickr

Access to vegetarian news and events

As a Toronto Veg Card holder, you’ll gain access to information and support through TVA’s quarterly newsletter, Lifelines, and our monthly newsletter, Toronto Veg News. Be the first to find out about restaurant and bakery openings, special events, workshops, and much more. Earn special access to members-only events and specials through TVA.

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Help us help others!

Donations beyond the basic membership level of $25 are eligible for a charitable tax receipt (Learn more). When you make a one-time donation or sign up as a monthly “Vegucator” you support others on their first steps towards a healthier, greener, more compassionate lifestyle!

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Donor Bill of Rights

The Toronto Vegetarian Association endorses the Donor Bill of Rights,
established by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

Click here to read the Donor Bill of Rights