Slow Food USA preserves and promotes seasonal, local eating across the country and educates consumers on the dangers of fast food, commercial agribusiness, and factory farms.
As the largest nutrition school in the world, Integrative Nutrition is committed to making a difference by improving the health and happiness of their friends, families and communities worldwide. In addition to providing a world-class Health Coach Training Program in our life-changing online course, we consistently partner with organizations whose missions are to make the world a healthier, happier place.
Recently, we have given nearly $450,000 to charities and foundations that share our mission.
Food Fight is a non-profit founded by one of our own students! This organization is fighting childhood obesity by providing high schools with comprehensive nutrition curriculum. By teaching students the core concepts of healthy eating, Food Fight is helping future generations make smarter food choices.
Healthy Child, Healthy World is a non-profit dedicated in its vision to create a healthier world for our children. They educate the public on the harmful effects of chemicals in our food and environment and motivate people to take action in creating a safer, greener world.
Farm Sanctuary works to protect farm animals from cruelty, inspire change in the way society views and treats farm animals, and promote compassionate vegan living.
The Edible Schoolyard Project’s mission is to build and share a national food curriculum for the education system. They envision this “edible education” as part of the core curriculum of every school in the country. If they can provide every student with a free nutritious lunch and interactive experiences in the classroom, kitchen and garden, edible education has the power to transform the health and values of every child in America.
New York Cares is the city's largest volunteer organization, running volunteer programs for 1,300 nonprofits, city agencies, and public schools. Today's volunteers share our founders' vision that we all have a role to play in making our city a better place.
Nourishing NYC is a food program that strives to achieve “nutrition for all” in New York City. Their mission is to alleviate the strong correlation between low-income status and poor dietary health by providing nutritious meals and nutritional educational to all.
The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation is a non-profit charity dedicated to planting edible, fruitful trees and plants to benefit the environment and all its inhabitants. Their primary mission is to plant and help others plant a collective total of 18 billion fruit trees across the world (approximately 3 for every person alive) and encourage their growth under organic standards.
Save the Children's Japan Emergency Fund provided support to the estimated 100,000 children and their families displaced by Japan's March 2011 natural disasters. Through a donation matching campaign and an overwhelming response from the Integrative Nutrition community,we donated a collective total of $30,000 to support their efforts.
Seeds in the Middle named by fourth graders in central Brooklyn, inspires parents, educators, students and their community to access all the opportunities New York City has to offer, beginning with improving their health, enhancing arts education and greening their environment.
Best for Babes is helping moms make truly informed feeding decisions. They enable moms to be cheered on, coached and celebrated without pressure, judgment or guilt to achieve their personal breastfeeding goal.
Habitat for Humanity seeks to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action.
Get America Fit Foundation works to stop the alarming trend of obesity in America through prevention and fitness measures, particularly in underprivileged areas.
The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.
Food for the Poor improves the health, economic, social and spiritual conditions of the men, women and children they serve.
Wellness in the Schools is a non-profit, community based organization founded in 2005 in order to improve the environment, nutrition, and fitness in NYC public schools. They inspire healthy eating, environmental awareness and fitness as a way of life for kids in New York City’s public schools.
City Harvest is the New York City community’s response to hunger. They link the food industry and countless organizations, foundations, corporations and private citizens together to help feed their hungry neighbors. Each week they help feed more than 260,000 hungry men, women and children.
HealthCorps is fighting the obesity and mental resilience crisis by getting American students and communities across the country to take charge of their health. This proactive health movement co-founded by heart surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz and his wife Lisa.
American Red Cross since its founding in 1881, has been the nation's premier emergency response organization. As part of a worldwide movement that offers neutral humanitarian care to the victims of war, the American Red Cross distinguishes itself by also aiding victims of devastating natural disasters.
Flip Flop Foundation works to improve hygiene, education, and well-being of disadvantaged Zambian children and provides skills training to empower Zambian women.
Operation Frontline is a groundbreaking cooking-based nutrition education program that teaches families how to prepare healthy, tasty meals on a limited budget.
BeatCancer.org also known as The Center for Advancement in Cancer Education, provides research-based education on how to prevent, cope with, and beat cancer through diet and lifestyle approaches.
Semper Fidelis Health and Wellness is dedicated to improving the lives of active duty and reserve military as well as veterans through health and wellness coaching with a special concern for those who suffer from wounds and injuries, post traumatic stress disorder and other combat related illnesses, chronic pain, disease, obesity, and addiction.