SOCIAL & ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY
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Life As A Strawberry uses a portion of its monthly revenue to support nonprofits working to build a more sustainable, accessible, inclusive food system.
In 2019, we announced our membership to 1% for the Planet, a global organization with more than 1,800 member businesses that have collectively given $200 million and counting to environmental nonprofits since 2002.
As members, we commit to giving a minimum of 1% of our annual revenue to vetted nonprofit organizations. We’re honored to be included in this incredible group of companies who believe in doing well by doing good, and to support the work of nonprofits across the country working to build a more sustainable, accessible, inclusive food system. Learn more about 1% for the Planet here.
We're HONORED to support the work of the following organizations:
Community Servings provides more than 675,000 medically-tailored meals a year to Boston-area individuals and families who are unable to shop or cook due to a critical or chronic illness. They believe in the healing power of food (and their CEO was?a guest on At The Table Podcast Episode 8!)
FOOD LITERACY CENTER
Food Literacy Center teaches low-income elementary children in and around Sacramento to cook through after-school programs that focus on culinary skills, nutrition, and food’s impact on the environment and economy. Currently, they serve 1,200 students a week. You might recognize their Founder and Chief Food Genius, Amber Stott, as a former?At The Table Podcast?guest!
NO KID HUNGRY
Summer is an especially hungry time of year for children who rely on subsidized school meals during the academic year. No Kid Hungry helps connect hungry kids with summer meals in addition to their year-round work to provide school breakfasts, advocate for healthy, accessible foods, and teach families to shop for and cook healthy meals through their Cooking Matters program.
Feeding America?is the largest domestic hunger-relief organization in the United States. Their?programs include a food rescue initiative – saving perfectly good food from ending up in a landfill and directing it instead to families in need – and support for a national food bank network.
WORLD CENTRAL KITCHEN
Food Recovery Network
Partners for a hunger-free oregon
the trevor project
1% for the planet
Food Recovery Network
* Based on an average one-way commute of 15 miles (DOT, 2003) and 27.1 minutes (US Census Bureau, 2018), and average passenger vehicle emissions of 404 grams of CO2 per mile (EPA, 2018). In 2017, Transportation – including cars, trucks, ships, trains, and planes – accounted for the largest share (28.9%) of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions (EPA, 2018).
Past giving has included the following organizations: Food Banks working in areas affected by Hurricanes Harvey & Irma in 2017 (Houston Food Bank, Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley, Brazos Valley Food Bank, South East Texas Food Bank, Feeding Florida), Pueblo Cooperative Care Center, Banco de Alimentos de Puerto Rico (Food Bank of Puerto Rico).