Adopt A Friend
The one stop place in Alaska where you can find links to many of the organizations and foster groups which shelter animals until they find the perfect home.
It is also, the prefect place to find a wonderful companion animal.
(Click the "Adopt" button for more information)


The Alaska Vegan Society is a wonderful way
for people to come together and explore the
delights and many compelling reasons for eating a
plant-based diet.

Inspiring lifestyle choices
for a 
and sustainable world
Monthly Potluck Dinner
October 26, 2019
6-8:30 PM

Palmer United Protestant Church
Click the "Potluck" button for more information and a map to the church.

AVS T-Shirts and Alaska VegFest bags
are here and for sale now!!

They are available at Alaska Vegan Society and Anchorage Vegan potlucks.

Other Vegan Events

Alaska Vegan Society Network
At Alaska VegFest 2017 Delisa Renideo introduced the Alaska Vegan Society Network. This is a project that AVS is starting with the goal of connecting people who want to do activities with others who are choosing or interested in eating a plant-based diet. The activity does not need to be about eating, but any food at the activity will be plant-based.
We handed out a form to everyone at Alaska VegFest asking for suggestions of possible activities and for people who would be willing to be points of contact for an activity. The response was very positive, and an encouraging first step!
We have come up with a way to build our vegan/plant-based communities in Alaska...we are using as our platform. To join us in building this network, go to, signup using your email & create a password or use your Facebook or Google logins. Then go to Alaska Vegan Society Network and become a member.

Once you become a member you can click on the calendar of scheduled events and RSVP for any event that interests you.
If you have questions, problems, or ideas or want to organize events call...Delisa (907-232-5144) or Charlie Renideo (907-355-2245).

Anchorage Vegan Potluck
Saturday, October Cancelled

Location: University Baptist Church
4313 Wright St. (Tudor & Wright St.)

What to bring:
1. Vegan dish to share (100% plant-based) & serving
2. Your own plate, cup, bowl, flatware, napkin & water
3. Copy of the recipe for the dish brought.
Program: No program, just good company and good food.
          Cost: $2 donation suggested to help pay for room rental

You can also check out their Facebook page: Anchorage Vegan Potluck

If you have questions or would like to help with future potlucks call
Alaska Vegan Society is not the sponsor of this event. However, we are happy to see this group's efforts to continue providing support for Anchorage vegans.

AVS has a Facebook page! 
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Vegan Cooking and Nutrition Classes

Local, Live Classes
The Yes to Life
Slim & Healthy Nutrition & Cooking Course
Live classes taught by Delisa & Charlie Renideo in Anchorage & Wasilla
This course was developed by Delisa based on her years of experience as a nutrition and cooking instructor. She teaches you the science-based reasons why a whole-foods, plant-based diet is the best way to lose weight and regain health. She also demonstrates simple and healthy ways to prepare your food and the best part is, you get to taste the food!

Two Nutrition & Cooking courses
created by Delisa & Charlie Renideo
Yes To Life Nutrition & Cooking Course
This is a comprehensive online video nutrition and cooking course. After you go through this course you will know more about nutrition than most other people, all taught in a simple and easy-to-understand method.
Home Baked Goodness
Have you ever wanted to learn how to make HEALTHY,
delicious and light, 100% whole-grain bread?
Here is your chance!
Delisa shows you how to in easy-to-understand steps, so you can make delicious, home baked bread for yourself.

Newsletter Archives
Alaska Vegetarian Society Newsletter
Be sure to check out our 4 1/2 years of archived newsletters with many great thought provoking articles, recipes, nutrition information and inspirational stories of how switching to a plant-based diet has made dramatic changes in peoples lives. 

2012 Archive 

Why become a
Alaska Vegan Society Member?
Find out how you can support
creating healthier Alaskans and a healthier
and more compassionate planet.

Click the Memberships button for more information

The Alaska Vegan Society is
under the umbrella of Rays of Hope,
a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation,
so all donations are tax deductable.

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