This concept isn’t exclusively vegan, but its heart is in the right place.
At the very least, it makes use of produce that’s already been harvested and animals that have already been killed. It may not keep people from eating meat, but it could trim the number of cows, pigs, chickens, and other animals we slaughter for food. The hippy-dippy side of me thinks that if we’re going to kill animals for meat, the least we could do is use them in their entirety.
And to be honest, some of the people on the receiving end of this program need food, period, not a lecture on food ethics. As much as we might want them to eat compassionately, hunger is a great equalizer.