Donor Partners

Meet our donors. They are our partners and give more than just money.

We are a proud member of the Full Futures collective, a partnership funded by Campbell Soup Company. Our goal is to advance access to school meals and increase nutrition education for the whole Camden City School District Community. Thanks to Campbell Soup Company, we are enhancing the cafeteria menu, supporting the kitchen staff daily, assessing infrastructure and supply needs, and providing nutrition education to students and staff. Campbell’s has brought together a strong group of partners and so far the highlight of our collaborative collective work is reaching the children weekly. Since securing an MOU with the Camden City School District our work has deepened and now includes using the fresh and local produce from The Common Market to facilitate group training on local BIPOC growers of produce in the kitchen with student tastings. Our food demonstration and education tables also serve the community, giving them access to what is being served in the school kitchens and classrooms — from WITS Butternut Squash Soup to WITS Harvested Blueberry Salad. We look forward to advancing this partnership!

 

 

We thank the following donors for their continued support:
  • Adrienne Adams, NYC Council

    Alexia Brue

    Allison Grover

    Anonymous

    AOP Agriform

    Badreyyah Alireza

    Baldor Specialty Foods

    Bethany Lampland & Brian Meyer

    Bright Funds

    Brill & Jason Garrett

    BronxCare Health System

    Charles Bailie

    Chef Works

    Craig Russell

    David Dishman

    David Mansbach

    Diana Ayala, NYC Council

    Elly Truesdell

  • Gale Brewer, NYC Council

    Givaudan Foundation

    Jamie Sutherland & Ben Kraus

    Life Time Foundation

    Maria Daou

    Mary Beth Hogan & John Kenny

    Maya Feller

    Novo Nordisk

    OXO

    Pamela Howard Family Foundation

    Pamela Jones & Craig Russell

    Rebecca Sharzer

    Saori Kawano

    Siggi's

    Sopexa

    Tailwinds Charitable Foundation

    The Herb Alpert Foundation

    Troy Thornton