New Grant to World Central Kitchen/ Chefs For The Polls
The glassybaby foundation is proud to support World Central Kitchen and their newest effort- Chefs For The Polls. This program helps alleviate the challenges of voting, by providing fresh, nourishing meals for people at the polls, during early voting days and on Election Day.
Stationed at polling locations around the country, they are targeting those with historically long lines, predicted massive turnouts, or limited facilities. In each city, they have joined forces with local food trucks and restaurants to provide fresh meals, while supporting these local small businesses in the midst of a health and economic crisis.
Chefs For The Polls is a non-partisan effort that is feeding people of all political parties and beliefs. Meals are not offered as an incentive or reward for voting; they are simply available at polling sites for anyone who is hungry. Thank you World Central Kitchen and everyone involved with Chefs For The Polls. And thank you to everyone for voting.
November baby grants
are all about food!
The November glassybaby baby grants will be awarded to organizations providing food, during this
time of growing food insecurity.
Please nominate non-profits that are growing, harvesting, transporting, preparing, distributing and/or delivering food for people who need it most. To nominate a non-profit, tag us using the hashtag #glassybabybabygrant, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Nominations must be received by November 30th.
Three $5000 grants will be awarded.
Help us support the hope and healing that food provides!
partners in hope and healing
While the landscape has changed, our commitment to our mission has remained the same - to support hope and healing for people, animals and the planet.
Many of our grants since March have prioritized food programs and addressed food insecurity because food is absolutely essential for hope and healing.
Learn more about some of the programs we have supported this year, including those providing food to students, families, front line workers, BIPOC communities, homebound individuals and people with severe medical needs. These organizations work tirelessly to supply and deliver food to people. We are so grateful for the support they are providing to the community.
addressing racial injustice
Thank you to everyone who nominated a non-profit for the grants addressing racial injustice and inequity. And thank you glassybaby community and partners, old and new, for providing hope, healing, support, education, and your crucial voices. We are proud to announce that $50,000 in grants were distributed among the following organizations