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Billie Eilish’s mom Maggie Baird is hosting her second virtual plant-based party. 

From April 16-18 participants are encouraged to post a photo of their plant-based meal on social media, using the hashtag #plantbasedparty. 

This can be food ordered from a restaurant or a dish cooked at home. 

Plant-based party

The party is being organized by Support + Feed – an initiative spearheaded by Baird to help people experiencing food insecurity, particularly in BIPOC and other communities.

Support + Feed’s second plant-based party is being sponsored by Kate Farms, Follow Your Heart, and ChowNow. 

For every hashtag, the brands will be will be giving up to $40,000. The money will help Support + Feed continue providing plant-based meals to people in need. This includes women’s shelters, senior centers, and people experiencing homelessness.

PBN recently interviewed Support + Feed’s founder Maggie Baird

Vegan meals for people in need

In a statement sent to PBN, Baird said: “We’re so excited to celebrate another #plantbasedparty with everyone! 

“This is a chance for us to show the world what a huge demand and support there is for plant-based foods.

“We’re so grateful to our sponsors who make it possible and, allow Support and Feed to provide so many plant-based meals for people in need!” 

Last year, Veggie Grill created the first-ever Plant-Based Party

Veggie Grill

Last year, Plant-Based Party was create by popular vegan food chain Veggie Grill.

Moreover, the company says it ‘saw the need to raise awareness of the importance of celebrating plant-based restaurants at the start of the pandemic’.

Veggie Grill co-founder TK Pillan also said: “We’re proud and love everything that the Plant-Based Party stands for. Our mission is to craft food everyone can enjoy and feels good about helping the planet.”

Learn more about Support + Feed here

Liam Giliver

Liam is the former Deputy Editor of Plant Based News. He has written for The Independent, Huffington Post, Attitude Magazine, and more. He is also the author of 'We're Worried About Him'.