Upcoming Events

MD on Sept. 18: COK Benefit Day at Great Sage

The all-vegan, award-winning restaurant Great Sage is getting ready to celebrate the 2016 DC VegFest by hosting a benefit day to support our work! Dine there anytime on Sunday, Sept 18 and 10% of your bill will be automatically donated to COK.

Great Sage, a DC VegFest sponsor, is open from 10am to 9pm on Sunday (brunch ends at 3pm) and offers gluten-free and raw- friendly options.

WHEN: Sun, Sept. 18 10am-9pm
5809 Clarksville Square Dr. Clarksville, MD 21029
DETAILS:  RSVP on Facebook & invite your friends!
RESERVE:   Call 443-535-9400 (welcomed but not required)

MD on Sept. 20: DC VegFest Bag Stuffing Par-Tay

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Join us at the Compassion Over Killing Headquarters for the most fun you can have outside of the DC VegFest. You get the first peak at all the wonderful swag from all the amazing vendors and sponsors while stuffing the 1,000 bags given to the first DC VegFest attendees!

Help out for a couple of hours or all day – whatever fits your schedule. We’ll be here all day! Snacks will be provided.

WHEN: Tues, Sept. 20 2pm-9pm
 6930 Carroll Ave, Ste 910, Takoma Park, MD
METRO: Takoma Park station (red line)
RSVP: Sign up

DC on Sept 24: COK Presents the DC VegFest!

DCVF2016savedateProfpicJoin us for the biggest vegetarian celebration in the nation’s capital! DC VegFest is once again at Yards Park with amazing vegan food vendors, exhibitors, speakers, entertainment, and much more.

Details will be announced soon so save the date and check for updates! As always this outdoor event is FREE and open to everyone!

WHEN: Saturday, Sept 24 from 11 am to 6 pm
WHERE: Yards Park
N St. SE and 1st St. SE
Washington, DC 20003
METRO: Navy Yard (green line)

DC on Oct. 7-8: COK Speaking at The Future of Food


Whether you’re concerned about public health, the environment, animal welfare, food efficiency, rural America, or all the above, join us for The Future of Food, a symposium in the nation’s capital hosted by the Humane Society of the United States.

Come hear Peter Singer—philosopher, author, and professor at Princeton—speak on the topic and join leaders in the food sustainability world, including COK’s Erica Meier, as they’re interviewed on-stage by some of America’s most prominent food and agriculture journalists.

WHEN:  Fri & Sat, Oct. 7-8
WHERE:   JW Marriott at 1331 Pennsylvania Ave NW DC 20004
METRO:  Metro Center station (blue, orange, red, silver lines)
DETAILS:  Tickets are only $35!