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The Vegetarian Society of South Jersey (VSSJ) is an all-volunteer, nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization whose purpose is:

  • Educational:  To educate the public on the benefits of a plant-based diet.  Information is provided through literature, videos, cooking classes, and speakers.
  • Social:  To provide opportunities for people to meet, share meals, and to have fun.
  • Supportive:  To offer advice, encouragement, and friendship to those in transition to a vegetarian diet.
Click here to join VSSJ!

Statewide vegetarian group formed!
The Central Jersey Vegetarian Group (CJVG) has joined up with VSSJ to form the Vegetarian Society of New Jersey (VSNJ)!  VSSJ, along with our Vegetarian Neighbors and Atlantic Cape chapters, and CJVG are now chapters of the new group, which was introduced at the first New Jersey VegFest on October 2, 2016 in Morristown.  Please contact us if interested in helping out with an existing chapter, or with starting chapters in Ocean County, north Jersey, and elsewhere.  To volunteer, visit our Get Involved page.
VSSJ Film Series - Thursday 4/27 & Thursday 5/4, 6pm, Stone Harbor
VSSJ Potluck Dinner - Saturday 5/6, 6:30pm, Marlton
VSSJ Vegan Dinner at Vaulted Cuisine - Wednesday 5/10, 6:45pm, Mt Holly

Visit our:
  • Get Involved page if you're looking for ways you can get more involved with VSSJ, including lots of volunteer opportunities.  VSSJ needs you!
  • Calendar of Events for details on VSSJ's potluck dinners, restaurant trips, tabling & other volunteer opportunities, speakers, movies, business meetings, and more
  • Affiliate Programs page for ways you can support VSSJ
  • Member Benefits page to view discounts VSSJ members can enjoy
  • Member Advertisements page to view services offered by VSSJ members

Make a tax deductible donation to VSSJ
(via Paypal)

  Give a VSSJ gift membership


"Vegetarians have the best diet.  They have the lowest rates of coronary disease of any group in the country.  Some people scoff at vegetarians, but they have a fraction of our heart attack rate and they have only 40% of our cancer rate." 

--- William Castelli, MD, Director of the Framingham Heart Study, the world's longest ongoing investigation into heart disease and diet. 

PO Box 51, Mt Laurel, NJ 08054 | 609-848-VEG1 (8341)
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