We believe that raising happy hens is just one of many steps to cultivating healthy humans. For this reason, NestFresh is proud to support and partner with organizations that give back to local communities across the country. Our NestFresh Cares contest is one of the ways we support those community partners.
NestFresh Cares is simple: You nominate and vote for the “good egg” organizations in your community and we donate to the winning organization.
Our second annual winner is Fight2Feed.
Fight2Feed reduces food waster by rescuing leftover food from restaurants and collecting donations from food distributors to make meals for those who would otherwise go hungry. Visit their website to learn more about how they are fighting hunger one block at a time.
Our first annual NestFresh Cares Contest winner was KultureCity!
KultureCity was founded in 2013 with the mission to inspire a world where individuals with autism are accepted and included in their communities, and receive the support they need to meet their full potential. While there are many autism charities focused on finding cures for autism, none is more nationally or solely focused on helping autistic individuals realize their potential than KultureCity. They provide tangible aid and equip businesses and the community with the tools they need to relate to children with autism. Learn more about KultureCity by visiting their website.
NestFresh Non-Profit Partners:
NestFresh Cares is the latest effort in our long history of supporting non-profits and people doing great work in our community. The organizations listed below are just some of those we work with. Click their logos to learn more about the amazing work they do.
With offices and facilities in many states, we are always willing to help our local communities and partner with great organizations. Contact us if you are an organization that would like to partner with NestFresh.
Gonzales Regional Children’s Advocacy Center
The Gonzales Regional Children’s Advocacy Center works to help victims of child abuse feel more secure in the Gonzales, Texas community. The center’s goal is to help foster hope, healing and justice for these children, and for their non-offending family members.
360 Transformation Center
360 Transformation Center (360 T.C.I) is a non-profit organization focused on improving the quality of life of ex-offenders in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Their work helps to reduce recidivism in their community by providing pre-release and re-entry services that promote successful transitions for community members who have been released from prison.
Colorado Proud joins local state producers to provide high quality fresh products to the people of Colorado and to help Colorado’s economy.
Stout Street Foundation
Stout Street Foundation offers rehabilitation, community therapy and residential treatment programs to help people help themselves.
Denver Rescue Mission
The Denver Rescue Mission is dedicated to serving the needs of the homeless and needy in the Denver, Colorado metro area. They provide emergency care, rehabilitation, and family services.
The Action Center
The Action Center offers the single-most comprehensive range of services to struggling residents and homeless individuals in Jefferson County, Colorado. They meet the immediate needs of their clients, treating them with respect and dignity. Then provide clients with the resources needed to develop pathways to self-sufficiency and to break the cycle of poverty.
The Let It Be Foundation
The Let It Be Foundation provides ongoing support and services to families of children diagnosed with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses throughout the sick child’s treatment, with a focus on the entire family.
Helen and Arthur E. Jonson Depression Center
The Johnson Depression Center’s mission is to improve the lives of people with depression and mood disorders through clinical excellence, innovative research, community programs, and education.
Food Bank of the Rockies
The Food Bank of the Rockies helps families thrive by efficiently procuring and distributing food and essentials to the hungry through their programs and partner agencies.
University of Colorado Peer-1
The University of Colordao ARTS program has provided a wealth of resources and services to the Denver community including inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment programs. One such program, Peer 1, is a long-term residential treatment program for men. The typical client is a criminal justice referral and treatment is evidence-based, incorporating individual and group therapy using CBT.
Treasure House of Hope
Treasure House of Hope Inc. is a 501(c) 3 non-profit Christian Discipleship Training Center. Individuals learn to overcome disappointments and challenges by receiving HOPE for a better future!
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado
VOC works with conservation and land agencies and relies on thousands of people annually to provide a volunteer workforce for outdoor stewardship projects. These projects take place across Colorado – from city parks and open spaces, to grasslands and foothills, to alpine meadows and peaks.
Contact NestFresh with any questions regarding our community partnerships.