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2022 Give One Grantee Profile: Soul Fire Farm

2022 Give One Grantee Profile: Soul Fire Farm

Michele’s Granola established the Give One Fund in 2022 to make annual grants to organizations working to improve access to fresh, healthy foods. We’ve been giving in this space for over a decade, and one thing has become undeniably clear: Poverty and food insecurity disproportionately impact BIPOC families and communities. As such, we endeavor to support locally-led organizations that meaningfully include BIPOC voices and leadership to cultivate sustainable solutions of self-sufficiency, or as Soul Fire Farm refers to it, “seeding sovereignty.” Soul Fire Farm is an incredibly impressive organization and one of our 2022 Give One grantees. Founded in 2010,...

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It's Back...but This Time, For Good!

It's Back...but This Time, For Good!

We knew we had a remarkably special recipe on our hands as a chocolatey aroma filled every inch of our kitchen as we baked a few batches of Limited Edition Chocolate Lovers' Granola to celebrate Valentine's Day. But your reaction surprised us! We nearly sold out upon the online launch, leading us to scramble to bake more for you, placing rush orders for organic fair-trade cocoa and special packaging. That wasn't the end of the story: Long after we sold the last bag, you left us reviews, sent emails, and commented publicly and privately on social media, pleading with us to bring this chocolatey granola into our regular lineup. Sam, our...

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Our Partnership with LTDC: Meet Our Friends Mike and Karen

Our Partnership with LTDC: Meet Our Friends Mike and Karen

When my team asked me to help identify a non-profit partner to receive 1% of the sales of our Limited Edition Golden Mylk Granola, inspired by the ancient healing drink made with turmeric, I immediately thought of Mike and Karen Minnis, and a conversation I had with them about the power of food to heal people and communities. Mike and Karen live and work in the Orange Mound neighborhood of Memphis, TN—an area impacted by lack of access to fresh, healthy foods. Karen is a nutritionist, certified food processor and avid fruit and vegetable consumer, who worked as an educator...

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Your Purchase Means More in May

Your Purchase Means More in May

Everyone deserves good food. That's why Michele founded the Give One for Good Food® fund, through which we donate 1% of sales to the important cause of equitable access to nutritious food. It's also why we've partnered with Whole Foods Market’s Whole Cities Foundation! The Whole Cities Foundation is a non-profit working to improve access to fresh food and nutrition education. From May 4 – 17, 2022, we will donate $0.40 for every bag purchased at all U.S. Whole Foods Markets to the Whole Cities Foundation--up to $15,000! That support will provide unrestricted funding for the organization to continue to champion locally led projects that transform community...

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