They are available to guide you and answer any questions you may have via our Vegan Easy Support group on Facebook, which is accessible to you when you sign up for the Challenge. You can also request one-on-one support any time during the Challenge by emailing us.
Meet your mentors below as they share how they became vegan and how they can support you.
If you’d like to volunteer as a vegan mentor, please apply via our online mentor application form.
Hello, my name is Gaurav, I'm a fitness enthusiast, sports lover, comic book/superhero nerd and a banking professional. But most importantly, I’m one quarter of an entirely vegan family.
I've wanted to be vegan since 1973, when I was seven and my mum told me about factory farming. (Thanks mum.) But I didn't actually do it until thirty-one years later.
Hi, my name is Julia and I’ve been vegan since 2015. Prior to that, I had grappled with the mistreatment of animals and in a way supported the idea of ethical veganism for some years before I started my transition.
Looking back at various points in my life, I think I’ve always had a vegan mindset, but it’s taken me many years to align my lifestyle habits with what I understood intrinsically as a child.
I’m a data nerd, casual chorister, sanctuary volunteer, creative cook, reading enthusiast, bushwalker, geographer, parent and vegan.
Having been brought up on a cattle and horse-racing property, I transitioned to a plant-based diet over a decade ago. The newfound vitality I experienced after making the switch was convincing enough.
My name is Wei and I spent the first half of my life in Beijing, China where it was acceptable for people to eat all types of animals. Back then I had always thought I loved animals but hadn't yet made the connection between the food we were taught to eat, and the harm and suffering experienced by the animals.