One of CB2’s core values is to work with local organizations that make a difference in our neighborhoods—specifically nonprofit groups that provide food and shelter to those in need.
Our annual “can do” food drive is a Thanksgiving-time tradition that warms our hearts—and as food banks have been especially busy these past few years, they appreciate donations more than ever.
November 10th-28th, all in-store customers are welcome to bring in 7 non-perishable items and receive a 15% discount on any purchase. New this year, on-line customers are welcome to donate $10. at checkout and receive a 15% discount on any purchase. For details regarding both opportunities, see the fine print* below.
We love sharing the thrill of giving by filling our store windows with donations. A very special Thank You! to Kraft Macaroni and Cheese and Campbell’s for their sponsorships to get us started in Lincoln Park, Soho and Eastside New York—their generous donations will go to Lakeview Pantry and City Harvest.
Watch all the collections grow through Thanksgiving weekend and remember that food stuffs collected will go directly to the food banks, listed below, which are local partners with our 10 CB2 stores.
Share Our Strength, a national nonprofit, is ending childhood hunger in America by connecting children with the nutritious food they need to lead healthy, active lives. Through its No Kid Hungry® Campaign—a national effort to end childhood hunger in America by 2015—Share Our Strength ensures children in need are enrolled in effective federal nutrition programs; invests in community organizations fighting hunger; teaches families how to cook healthy, affordable meals; and builds public-private partnerships to end childhood hunger, at the state and city level. Working closely with the culinary industry and relying on the strength of its volunteers, Share Our Strength hosts innovative culinary fundraising events and develops pioneering cause marketing campaigns that support No Kid Hungry.
For more information, visit shareourstrength.org to get involved.
Midtown Atlanta, GA
Atlanta Community Food Bank is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to fight hunger by engaging, educating and empowering the Atlanta community. Distributing nearly 2 million pounds of food and other donated grocery items each month to more then 700 nonprofit partner agencies in metro Atlanta
and north Georgia, ACFB supports a wide range of
low-income Georgians who suffer from hunger and
For more information, visit acfb.org.
Alameda County Community Food Bank alleviates hunger by providing nutritious food and nutrition education to people in need, educating the public, and promoting public policies that address hunger and its root causes.
For more information, visit accfb.org.
Georgetown, District of Columbia
The Capital Area Food Bank was founded in 1980 on Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday and since then has become the largest nonprofit hunger and nutrition education resource in the Washington Metropolitan area. Their community-building initiatives—such as Kids Cafe, Face Hunger, and Produce for People—educate the community about the importance of healthy diets. Beginning with the dream of helping to feed area residents who are facing or at risk of hunger, it’s grown into a commitment of uplifting those in need, helping those who are without the means to help themselves, and advocating for public policies that serve the interests of its constituents.
For more information, visit capitalareafoodbank.org.
Lincoln Park Chicago, IL
Lakeview Pantry is a nonprofit organization with the mission of eliminating hunger in the Lakeview community of Chicago by providing food to fill the basic need of hungry people, increasing the independence of clients through self-help initiatives and other innovative programs, and raising awareness of poverty and its solutions.
For more information, visit lakeviewpantry.org.
South Beach Miami, FL
Feeding South Florida is a not-for-profit organization whose
mission is to empower other South Florida not-for-profit
organizations to assist people in need and improve their lives.
Feeding South Florida provides food and other grocery
products, and educates and engages the community to fight
hunger and poverty. Last year, Feeding South Florida provided
24 million pounds of food to 800 different charitable feeding
programs throughout South Florida.
For more information, visit feedingsouthflorida.org.
Soho and Eastside New York, NY
City Harvest is dedicated to feeding New York City’s hungry
men, women and children. This year, City Harvest will
collect 28 million pounds of excess food from all segments
of the food industry for delivery to community food
programs throughout the five boroughs. Each week,
City Harvest helps over 300,000 hungry New Yorkers find
their next meal.
For more information, visit cityharvest.org.
Santa Monica and West Hollywood, CA
The Los Angeles Regional Foodbank sources food and
other products for distribution to needy people, energizes
community involvement through hunger education and
awareness campaigns, and advocate for public policies
that alleviate hunger. Their vision is that no one goes
hungry in Los Angeles County.
For more information, visit lafoodbank.org.
Union Square San Francisco, CA
The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
provides safe, affordable housing with supportive services
for low-income people in the Tenderloin community and
is a leader in making the neighborhood a better place
For more information, visit tndc.org.