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The Good Bowl Quarterly Charities: 

January 2020 - March 2020

As part of our business model, The Good Bowl donates $1 to charity for each signature bowl sold. Our guests are given the opportunity to select from three charities that include a local, national and global nonprofit organization rooted in humanitarian and environmental efforts. These featured charities were submitted by our guests, voted on by our employees and rotate each quarter.

  • LOCAL: WOMEN’S RESOURCE CENTER

    The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is the area's primary service provider for domestic and sexual violence survivors, assisting residential and non-residential clients with support, advocacy, and immediate crisis intervention. 

    Its mission is to protect, shelter, and empower people impacted by domestic and sexual violence. Last year the WRC provided 172 local women and children with 4,237 nights of safe shelter and helped another 611 survivors with vital advocacy support.

    www.womensresourcecenter.org 

  • NATIONAL: SOS CHILDREN’S VILLAGES USA

    The SOS Children’s Villages is the largest nongovernmental organization dedicated to the care of orphaned and abandoned children, with 70 years of expertise.

    Every day, children of every age become orphaned or abandoned due to violence, natural disasters, poverty or disease. The organization provides a safe family environment, healthy meals and medical care, preschool, primary and secondary education and training and emergency relief in crisis situations.

    www.sos-usa.org 

  • GLOBAL: 3STRANDS GLOBAL FOUNDATION

    3Strands Global Foundation’s vision is a world without human trafficking. The organization is committed to human trafficking prevention: prevention through education, prevention through employment and prevention through awareness.  

    Human trafficking is a global economy and the fastest growing criminal enterprise; disrupting this economy of modern-day slavery relies on a collective ability to implement prevention programs and techniques.

    www.3strandsglobalfoundation.org