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Alicia Silverstone Organizing Vegan Breast Milk Share Program

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Alicia Silverstone is a textbook vegan celebrity. The talented actress has written The Kind Diet, a popular book on vegan nutrition and compassionate lifestyles. The book led to the creation of her website, The Kind Life. She’s posed and lent her voice to PETA’s pro-vegan campaigns. She lives in an eco-friendly home in Los Angeles with her husband and son. And now, she’s organizing a breast milk share program for vegans.

Silverstone is calling it the Kind Mama Milk Share, and she’s organizing the share to help vegan mothers everywhere who, for one reason or another, cannot provide breast milk for their child. On her site, Silverstone says, “…Because we are a community of beautiful souls who recognize the importance of food as health, I say we help support those mamas and babies who need a hand during one of the most important times in their lives.”

Do you have vegan breast milk to share? Are you in need of milk? Comment on her post to participate!

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