Philanthropy

The Ways We Give Back:

Monthly Charitable giving to a local Central Texas Non-Profit. We select a non profit each month, and donate a portion of our sales or in kind donation. Organizations we choose are focused on food, the environment, people and organizations that are near and dear to our families and our team members.

2024 Non Profits

Girls Empowerment Network, Seedling Mentors, Les Dames d' Escoffier Austin, Wonders & Worries, Murchison Middle School, Vandegrift HS Band & Vision Dance Company Booster, Texas Advocacy Project, Barton Creek Elementary, Latinitas....and more to come! 

2023 Non Profits

PFLAG Austin, Girls Empowerment Network, Wonders & Worries, Caraway Elementary, Alpha Chi Omega-UT, St. Matthews Episcopal, Les Dames d' Escoffier Austin, Samaritan Health Ministries, Habitat for Humanity, Texas Advocacy Project, Abigail Keller Foundation, Westwood High School and more. 

2022 Non Profits

OutYouth, Keep Austin Fed, Texas Food and Wine Alliance, Lillith Fund, Les Dames d' Escoffier, Urgent Action Fund, and more.

2021 Non Profits

Central Texas Food Bank, Good Work Austin, Austin Community Foundation Black Leaders Collective Fund, Latinitas, The Other Ones Foundation, PFLAG Austin, VELA, Austin Disaster Relief Network, World Central Kitchen, Texas Food and Wine Alliance, SAFE Austin

Ongoing

We donate product and time to other local causes throughout the year. A few are Keep Austin Fed, Urban Roots and Texas Food & Wine Alliance, Austin Gives Back,

Yearly

Tabatha established the Jeff Conarko Grant for Sustainability in collaboration with Texas Food & Wine Alliance. This is a $2500 cash award given to a business who shows a strong commitment to sustainable and traceable practices.

Emergency Giving
Foundation of Puerto Rico in response to Hurricane Maria
Red Cross in response to Hurricane Harvey
California Fire Foundation in response to California wildfires
NSW Rural Fire Service in response to Australia wildfires
In Kind donation to Confituras Little Kitchen in response to the Central Texas Winter Storm