To honor her mother lost to breast cancer, Carol Sneider started a nonprofit to raise funds through baked goods. 22 years later, their sweet work is a New England tradition.
Using his mom’s recipe, with an able assist provided by the kindness of others, this telecommunications professional turned some home-baked goodness into food on the table for people in need.
Hui is a Hawaiian word that refers to a partnership, alliance, or team. And that’s what the collective called Chef Hui is all about: A collaboration of stakeholders from all walks of life uniting through a shared mission to “keeping farmers farming, chefs cooking and communities fed.”
It’s a simple mission: Brew great beer. Use the money to support charities. Welcome to Lady Justice Brewing which supports and empowers women and girls in Colorado.
Inspired by a high school project, a team of young people are reimagining food security by planting seeds of hope in the fight against hunger.
So you make a good lasagna. And you decide to help out a few neighbors in hard times. Would you ever have guessed your idea would spread to 1,000 cities?
What started as a love for pizza nights with friends soon turned into “how do I get pizza to the people in a safe Covid-friendly way?” Good Pizza PHL not only delivers pies creatively (say hello to a pulley system!), its founder (a Philly grad student) raises money for local charities.
It’s hard to describe Jasmine Cho in just a few words. She’s a woman of many facets: A baker. An activist. An author. And the visionary behind bake therapy.