Join us for an intimate fundraising breakfast with some Vegan Inspirational People (V.I.P's).

TIckets: $60
- Buy online now at Eventbrite
- Strictly limited to 30 guests.

We are humbled to have Philip Wollen speak with us this year and honoured that Lynda Stoner will return. We hope you will find their wealth of knowledge and quest for kindness and compassion inspirational.

This is your opportunity to talk to some of the worlds most inspirational vegans over a delicious Vegan breakfast supplied by Alfie's Kitchen, Cherry Darlings, and Aqua Botanicals(Kamkar).

In addition: Each guest will receive a Gift Bag with items donated by some of our fabulous vegan sponsors and entry into the festival on Sunday.

Proceeds from this fundraiser go directly towards Vegan Festival Adelaide. Proceeds from Vegan Festival Adelaide go to a variety of charities.


  • 7.30am - Guests Arrive
  • 8am - Coffee & Juice - Cherry Darlings pastries
  • 8:10am - Breakfast created by the team at Alfie’s kitchen
  • 8:15 Welcome to Country
  • 8.20am - Live Music & Breakfast
  • 8.40am – Philip Wollen
  • 9am - Lynda Stoner
  • 9.25am - Q&A
  • 9.40am Photo Opportunity
  • 10am - Finish & Head out to join the Festival!.


Coffee and Juice - Squatters Run
Water - Aqua Botanical
Sweet treats (on arrival)  -  Cherry Darlings
Chia seed pudding and vegan slider  -  Alfies's Kitchen

Philip Wollen

Philip Wollen OAM is an Australian philanthropist, former VP of Citibank, Order of Australia recipient, founder of Kindness House and recognised globally regarding his work towards non-violence ('Ahimsa') with more than 450 projects in 40 countries. During his travels, Philip witnessed cruelty so egregious he decided to do all he could to alleviate suffering, and give away everything he owned – with warm hands – and die broke. Today, he is a “Venture Capitalist for Good Causes”, supporting some 500 mission-critical projects for children, animals and the environment in 40+ countries.
Catch Philip on the Main Stage as part of the main Festival programme.


Lynda Stoner

Lynda worked as an actor throughout most of her life including theatre, musicals, TV shows . She has been an animal rights activist for 46 years since reading Professor Peter Singer’s “Animal Liberation.” She has been involved in countless sit-ins and rescues and exposes into the cruelty of battery hen facilities, broiler sheds and pig factories. She is currently the CEO of Animal Liberation and a Director of Animals Australia.
Catch Lynda on the Main Stage as part of the main Festival programme.