PETA’s competition searches for most beautiful vegan over 50
As the Coronavirus continues to sweep across the nation, PETA is raising spirits with its 2020 UK and Ireland’s ‘Most Beautiful Vegan Over 50’ competition.
The contest seeks to celebrate the many vibrant, self-assured mature vegans who are keeping animals off their plates – and finding creative ways to advocate for them – in these unique times.
The competition is now open for entries, with the winner set to receive an award-winning ‘Les Plantes’ vegan tasting menu for two, at top London restaurant Gauthier Soho.
‘Beautiful, Inside And Out’
PETA director, Elisa Allen comments: “This contest honours the venerable vegans who are living, breathing examples of beauty, inside and out.”
“PETA looks forward to recognising this resilient community of animal advocates who are keeping animals off their plates and showing compassion with their words and actions.”
There can only be one winner, who will be selected by PETA – entrants may be male, female or gender non-conforming, but they must be at least 50 years of age and enter by 21st August 2020.
PETA will then announce the finalists – as determined by a panel – and voting will open to the public to help the group determine whom it should select as the winner.
Several factors will be used to determine the awardee, including vote count, who will be announced by 11th September. See PETA’s full contest details here.
In 2019, longstanding animal rights organisation PETA – whose motto reads, in part, that ‘Animals are not ours to eat’– awarded the title to Selby writer, Louise Hird.
For more information, please visit PETA.org.uk