How to support us
At the moment, there are three ways to support our work. These are by sharing our content, by joining us on Patreon and by making a one-time donation.
Support by sharing
Not every kind of help is about money! You can always support us by watching our videos and sharing them on social media. This is a very powerful and effective way to expand the reach of the content we create, and it can be done basically effortlessly. YouTube videos are incredibly easy to share; you can either use the ‘share’ buttons available, or copy the link and share it on your favourite platform. If you prefer to use the website, every recipe page has its own set of easy-to-use share buttons.
Join us on Patreon
If you are in a position to financially support our work, that’s wonderful! Patreon is a platform that allows fans to become Patrons of their favourite content creators. By becoming a Patron you will give us a tip of an amount that you personally decide, which will help us in creating more content for you to enjoy and to keep it 100% free in the future. If you do want to support us through Patreon, you can do so by clicking the button below.
Make a one-time donation
Another way to support our work, is by making a one-time donation. Everything you decide to donate – being the price of a coffee (which we don’t drink) or the price of a brand new coffee machine (which we have no use for) – will obviously go back into creating more content for you to enjoy, and also into offering more services in the future. If you do want to make a one-time donation, you can do so by clicking the button below.
Plans for the future
Share more – one of our goals has always been to share extra content with you. I can only imagine how helpful it would be to see not one, not two, but even three recipes per week.
Offer more – state-of-the-art cookery courses for all of those who want to bring their cooking game to an entirely new level of quality.
Do more – opening a vegan restaurant? Hiring people to help us put out even more content? Starting the first entirely plant-based cookery school? Maybe I’m just dreaming, but who ever said that vegans can’t dream?
Whatever you decide to do to help us keep this project going, don’t ever forget that we will be forever grateful. And remember that without you, your views, your comments and your criticisms, there is no such thing as The Vegan Corner. Thank you!