Our contributions to date:
- We have fed 101,450 hungry school kids in developing countries
- Contributed to the building of a school in Ethiopia
- Working to feed and educate 85 at-risk kids in Kenya
- Helping to build a well in South Sudan
Rouxbe for Life
Rouxbe for Life is our Company's social contribution initiative. And it's more than just a sidebar program, it's actually one of the key reasons we exist as a Company.
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The goal of Rouxbe for Life is simple: to help raise awareness for the world’s chronic-hunger crisis in developing countries, and to financially support non-proﬁt initiatives working hard to end this cycle of poverty.
As an organization, education and contribution are the driving forces behind all that we do. We are fortunate that we have developed a business concept and product that contributes daily to the students we serve to better their health and lives through culinary education. We are equally fortunate that our planned success has enabled us to generate revenue that we can contribute back to the world around us, and the people living it that need it most.
5% of Rouxbe’s net proceeds each month go to Rouxbe for Life
Each month we make contributions to hunger relief agencies on the ground in developing countries that focus on work aimed at ending the cycle of poverty. We fund project such as, but not limited to, school feeding programs, micro-loans to entrepreneurs trying to work their way out of poverty, school construction projects and rural agricultural initiatives.
At Rouxbe, we believe that one person can make a difference and that organizations can and should take the lead in supporting many of the well-established and grassroots initiatives around the world that are driving change.
Projects we are currently supporting
Rouxbe is helping to build schools in Ethiopia
imagine1day is a growing, global community of people making passionate contributions to ensure every child in Ethiopia receives a quality education.
Educate and feed 85 at-risk kids In Kibera, Kenya
This project provides school fees, meals and care to 85 vulnerable children at a nursery school and daycare in Kibera, Kenya who are orphaned or whose parents are unable to provide food and tuition.
Feeding hungry school kids - WFPs School Meals Programme
Children are fed breakfast, lunch or both in school. Studies show it is more difﬁcult for children to learn without adequate food and nutrition. There are 66 million primary school-age children who attend classes hungry across the developing world, with 23 million in Africa alone.
Other organizations we support with in-kind contributions
Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP)
C-CAP works with public schools across the country to prepare underserved high school students for college and career opportunities in the restaurant and hospitality industry. A national nonprofit, C-CAP manages the largest independent culinary scholarship program in the United States. Since 1990, C-CAP has awarded students $34 million in scholarships.
Farestart (James Beard Winner 2011)
FareStart is a culinary job training and placement program for homeless and disadvantaged individuals. Over the past 20 years, FareStart has provided opportunities for nearly 6,000 people to transform their lives, while also serving over 5 million meals to disadvantaged men, women, and children.