Our Results

Tour the past two years of our activities since we opened our first pop-up restaurant in the Tenderloin in October 2019. Learn about our activities during the pandemic and the launching of our first course for prison residents at women-only prisons in California. Our focus on restoring dignity to people in need remains a constant.

Nourishing People Without Homes

2019: 650 Meals Served

  • Opened our pop-up restaurant in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco in October
  • Held monthly pop-up meals for people in need, curated by award-winning chefs with produce from our garden

2020: 4,832 meals served

  • Offered 8 Love Tables to distressed local community members during COVID with a total of 1,000 baked goods
  • Served 300 meals to health workers
  • Served 500 meals to wildfire survivors
  • Forged new relationships with local shelters in Sonoma and Mendocino County

Farms and restaurants

  • Two wholly owned farms in Mendocino and Fort Bragg
  • More than 20 partner farms, businesses and top local chefs support our meals by donating ingredients, labor and menu curation

2021: 2,211 meals served

  • Expanded our activities from 100 to 200 meals per week
  • Developed relationships with four shelters in the Sonoma County and Mendocino County area
  • Launched our first garden partnership with a local shelter, sowing a new garden and conducting weekly garden trainings for their residents

Restoring Dignity to Prison Residents

2021: 192 men & women served

  • Program launch in November 2020
  • 156 women enrolled in our Art of Soulmaking correspondence course at a state facility in California with 40 additional on the waitlist
  • 35 men and women enrolled in Art of Soulmaking course at the Mendocino County Jail
  • $25,000 in donated yoga mats from Jade Yoga, Lululemon, Give Back Yoga Foundation and more
  • A network of four facilities participating in our programs
  • Prison Food Project launched at Mendocino County Jail