New York: World Vegan Vision (WVV) celebrated its 30th anniversary with a Thanksgiving dinner and dance event on November 19. The event was attended by over 150 guests and community members including Ragini Srivastava, the Town Clerk, and the first Indian elected representative from the Town of North Hempstead.
World Vegan Vision is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote veganism and a healthy lifestyle. Suman Munjal, the President of World Vegan Vision – New York Chapter, welcomed the dignitaries, trustees, sponsors, past presidents, and community leaders at the event.
“World Vegan Vision has completed 30 years of its journey and we have been celebrating this milestone throughout this year. Thanks to our Founders HK Shah ji and Malti Shah ji, who has been nurturing this organization with “Tan, man and Dhan” from day 1. And they have been doing it for a good cause, promoting healthy lifestyle and compassion towards animals,” she said.
Founder and Chairman H.K. Shah in his speech thanked the people for all their help and support over the last 30 years. Shah announced that Rakesh Bhargava will take over from incumbent President Suman Munjal at the expiry of her term in January 2023. Varsha Joshi, the versatile singer from New Jersey, along with her troupe of singers entertained the audience with her melodious voice.