Launched in 2013, Canva is an online design and publishing tool with a mission to empower everyone in the world to design anything and publish anywhere. With 40 million active monthly users from 190 countries, the platform provides customisable templates for social media graphics, posters, presentations, documents and other visual content.
As part of its ‘Force for Good’ initiative, Canva has created a bespoke design pack for Meat Free Monday supporters. Simply edit and adapt the designs on the Canva platform, then download and use them in order to help activate the conversation around meat free eating. Using the new design templates, it couldn’t be easier to add your favourite homecooked Meat Free Monday meal to a recipe card, reveal some of your top veggie tips and tricks or share a statistic about your personal environmental impact. The pack features fun, shareable graphics for social media, reminder calendars so you can plan your Meat Free Mondays ahead of time and handy menu and certificate templates for schools.
“Canva is constantly thinking about how we can be part of designing a better world – having a meat free day is a really practical step we can all take to do this,” said Robyn King, Canva’s Head of Social Impact. “Canva supports MFM by going meat free across all our offices each week, and we’ve created a suite of design resources to help spread the word about MFM and encourage others to take part.”
Free to use and easy to share on social media, print, email and blogs, this template series will help activate the ever-growing global meat free movement and encourage online and offline conversations around the link between animal agriculture and global warming.
Customise your plant-based recipes, challenge your friends to Instagram story games and join in the conversation about Meat Free Monday!