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The Good Bowl Charity Model

Since day one making an impact and contributing to local, national and global nonprofits has been part of The Good Bowl’s DNA via our $1 per bowl donation to charities program. The recipient organizations are nonprofits rooted in humanitarian and environmental efforts are selected by our guests and employees and rotate each quarter. 

Local: Cherryland Humane Society

The Cherryland Humane Society provides a safe harbor for the animals entrusted to them while striving to find them responsible, loving and permanent homes while advancing the well-being of animals. They consider and accommodate, as much as possible, the physical, emotional, behavioral, and social well-being of each animal.

The CHS also support people in making good adoption choices that meet their specific circumstances as well as helping people keep their companion animals by giving them the tools and resources to correct the issues that are driving their desire to relinquish their animal. 

National: Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood's mission is to ensure all people have access to the care and resources they need to make informed decisions about their bodies, their lives, and their futures. Founded in 1916, Planned Parenthood is a trusted health care provider, educator, and passionate advocate here in the U.S. as well as a strong partner to health and rights organizations around the world. 

Each year, Planned Parenthood delivers vital sexual and reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of people.

Global: United for Global Mental Health

United for Global Mental Health wants to see a world where everyone, everywhere, has someone to turn to in support of their mental health. UGMH helps initiate and coordinate advocacy efforts to raise funding and political will for global mental health care. They aim to improve service provision, particularly in low and middle-income countries (LMICs), and help voices to be heard at a national and international level. 

Awareness is growing of the gaps in funding, policy and political support for mental health around the world, but far more needs to be done.