How barbecue became a lifesaver
Providing barbecue meals for displaced residents and emergency personnel is one small way to temporarily soothe the harsh realities of immense recovery efforts.
One orchard, one school at a time: the Philadelphia Orchard Project
This nonprofit planted 62 orchards in ten years — and connected with local Philadelphia schools to educate the next generation about our ecosystem.
BAM! Connecting students and community to a healthy lifestyle
With generous funding from the Emeril Lagasse Foundation and Florida Hospital for Children, the garden-to-classroom concept evolved into a public charity with t
What does it really mean to empower the people we serve?
This San Francisco-based nonprofit's mission is to empower their community to buy, cook, and eat good food every day.
Fighting hunger, one tree at a time
The Eugene Area Gleaners were established when the founders were faced with their own food insecurity and saw others in their community struggling to f
This woman in Australia is combating food waste one commercial kitchen at a time
Founded in 2004 by Ronni Kahn, after noticing the huge volume of food going to waste from the hospitality industry, she decided there had to be a better way.
Eat good. Do good.
At COMMONS café in Staten Island, 100% of the profits go to nonprofits and scholarships for kids from the New York borough.
Hope rises at this Rwandan bakery
The Women’s Bakery aims to foster community and inclusion between the refugee and Rwandan communities with the launch of their newest bakery in Gicumbi.