More than 10% of Americans are food insecure due to interconnected issues related to poverty under-employment and inconsistent access to healthy food. While the Bronx is home to the largest produce market in the country, it also has the highest rate of food insecurity. Bronx-based culinary collective Ghetto Gastro and CRUX are on a mission to change that. 5% of all proceeds are donated to a collective of nonprofits democratizing access to food. Read more about our partners.

Project EATS

Project EATS’ mission is for everyone to have the opportunity - regardless of income - to live healthily and to thrive. To achieve our mission, we join with residents and other stakeholders in neighborhoods to work as both a catalyst and support in creating community-based enterprises that grow and distribute food and programs that inspire, engage, cultivate understanding and strengthen ties between neighbors. The end goal is to increase the well-being of individuals and to improve the social, economic, and cultural viability of their communities.

Sky high farm

Sky High Farm is a nonprofit organization working in New York State to increase access to fresh, nutritious, locally produced food while investing in collaborative long-term solutions for food security. Committed to sustainable farming  practices and direct donation of 100% of food produced on the farm, Sky High works to close the gap between regenerative farming and food access initiatives. Through its agricultural training programs and partnerships with local farms and frontline organizations, Sky High serves as a laboratory for innovative community-driven food production, distribution, and equity-building. Sky High reaches beyond conventional philanthropy, collaborating with a diverse and inspiring network of fashion brands, artists, and designers to generate resources that sustain our work locally and cultivate awareness around food justice and sustainability worldwide.


SUMMAEVERYTHANG is a community center based in South Central Los Angeles dedicated to the empowerment and transcendence of black and brown folks socio-politically, economically, intellectually and artistically. 

Culture Aid Nola

Culture Aid NOLA organizes twice-weekly distributions of free, fresh food open to all community members on both a walk-up and drive-up basis. We are committed to no-barrier, no-stigma aid and will never request paperwork or ID.


Isuroon is a community-driven nonprofit organization that
was founded in 2010 to address the unmet health needs of Somali women. Isuroon works to promote the health, wellness and empowerment of Somali women in Minnesota and beyond. It provides culturally appropriate healthcare education, halal food support, resettlement support, and advocacy for Somali women and health care providers. Taking its name from a Somali word that means “a woman who cares for herself,” Isuroon believes that empowering women is the key to building a thriving community.