our goal is to donate 750 meals between Oct. 2018 and Dec. 2018
We couldn’t turn a blind eye to those who go to sleep on empty stomachs, especially when so many of us have food in abundance. We take it upon ourselves to change what we believe is a shameful neglect of a basic human right.
We are taking a stand by creating #DontEatAlone to bring attention to our cause. We partnered with local charities to properly channel our meal donations to the most deserving. For every three meals sold we donate one free meal. At MISTEKA, we share, we don’t eat alone and we ask you to join our mission! Our meal count will be regularly updated to share our progress.
Food is a universal language. It brings people together over meaningful conversations that translate into memories, bridge gaps and create bonds.
We’re sharing our love for food with our community and proud not to be eating alone. And although we are aware we can’t fix the world, we can definitely make it a little better for some of us.
Crossroads Community Foods Network’s mission is to improve access to fresh, local, healthy food through innovative programs and models mutually supportive of those who grow our food and those who eat It. While our models are replicated In communities throughout the country, our primary focus is on the residents of Maryland’s Takoma/Langley Crossroads, a diverse, largely immigrant area at the Montgomery County and Prince George’s County border.
Grassroots provides supportive and professional 24-hour crisis Intervention, suicide prevention, shelter, and outreach services to Individuals and families experiencing a personal, situational, elm. health, or shelter crisis. It Is accredited as a crisis center by the American Association of Suicidology. It participates in both the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and the Maryland Youth Crisis Hotline networks.
Give One for Good Food. is a network that connects mission-driven businesses to nonprofit organizations leading the way towards a healthier, more equitable food system. Founded on the belief that everyone deserves good food, Give One for Good Food. inspires and equips businesses to participate In creating positive social change by donating 1% of revenues, and employer-paid volunteer time, to the organizations that are most successfully addressing the nutritional needs of our communities.
Nina Beth Cardin founded the Baltimore Orchard Project (now a program of Civic Works) in 2012 because she recognized that fruit trees offered benefits that can address many of the challenges facing Baltimore. With its many programs, the Baltimore Orchard Project strengthens communities through planting and cultivating orchards, teaching neighbors to be long-term stewards, and sharing the harvest among us all.
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